NSC Student Assembly Challenge

  • The Student Assembly Challenge (SAC) is a nationwide contest that challenges all PT and PTA students to represent their program and show their school pride at National Student Conclave!

    How It Works

    Every PT/PTA program falls into to 1 of 5 geographic zones (.pdf) based on the distance students must travel (500 mile increments) to get to the NSC host city, Louisville, KY. The program in each zone with the highest percentage of students in attendance at NSC will be named the winners of the Student Assembly Challenge.

    What Winning Programs Receive

    • A professional plaque to display in your department's "trophy case"
    • Recognition at the NSC Opening Ceremony
    • A picture taken with APTA President, Paul Rockar
    • Acknowledgement through APTA and Student Assembly social media
    • Bragging rights for a year!

    How You Get Involved

    1. Complete the official entry form (.pdf), have it certified by a faculty member, and submit it to Lisa McLaughlin (scan and PDF the entry form and e-mail it to lisamclaughlin@apta.org, or fax it to 703/706-3387), Student Assembly Staff Liaison, no later than noon, ET, on October 11, 2013.

    2. Attend National Student Conclave in Louisville, KY, October 24-26, 2013, and have fun!

    We hope to have a record number of attendees at this year's NSC, and the SAC is the first step to attaining this goal. Please help us by spreading the word to students in your program and encouraging them to attend NSC. For more information, visit www.apta.org/NSC.

    2013 SAC Challenge Winners

    25 schools participated in the Student Assembly Challenge for NSC 2012. Here are the winners.

    George Washington University

    2012 Student Assembly Challenge Winner - George Washington University

    Somerset Community College

    2012 Student Assembly Challenge Winner - Somerset Community College

    University of Southern California

    2012 Student Assembly Challenge Winner - University of Southern California

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