Regions

ACDA designates regions throughout the United States.  Each year a school volunteers to host a conference within its region.  ACDA individual and institutional members may attend a conference in any region, based on availability.

All conferences have one week of in-region ACDA member priority period during which only those current members in a region may register for that regional conference. In-region member priority registration opens the second Wednesday in October. ACDA members may register for any conference with availability starting on the third Wednesday in October.

There are 13 regions designated for regional conference organization.  Beginning in July 1, 2016, several regions will be reconfigured for a total of 13 regions nationwide.  See the 13 region breakdowns below.

13 REGIONS AS OF JULY 1, 2016:

Baja:
California (south of 35th parallel)

Central:
Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma

East-Central:
Michigan, Ohio

Mid-Atlantic North:
Delaware, District of Columbia, Maryland, Pennsylvania

Mid-Atlantic South:
North Carolina, Virginia, West Virginia

New England:
Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont

North-Central:
Iowa, Minnesota, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, Wisconsin

Northeast:
New Jersey, New York

Northwest:
Alaska, Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Utah, Washington, Wyoming        

South-Central:
New Mexico, Texas

South:
Arkansas, Alabama, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Tennessee

Southeast:
Florida, Georgia, South Carolina

West:
Arizona, California (north of 35th parallel), Hawaii, Nevada