6 College Towns Ready for Conferences

6 College Towns Ready for Conferences

By Leigh Harper, March 29, 2016

Listen up, planners—you’re about to get schooled. From California to Pennsylvania, colleges and universities across the country are playing host to dozens of faith-based meetings. While many have facilities suitable for any kind of conference, campuses are particularly well-suited for youth events because they are  self-contained (dormitory housing, dining halls and meeting space in one place), largely safe, often available during summer months and just plain beautiful. Plus, with the student population, you have a large pool of youth already there to draw upon for your events. Take a look at these six shining stars rising to the top of the class, and see what groups are meeting there now.

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