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Corporate Participation

The NERCOMP Annual Conference attracts more than 500 college and university IT professionals, from over 200 colleges and universities in the northeast region. Attendees represent a mix of higher education professionals ranging from CIO and executive to director, manager, instructional technologists and more.


2017 Corporate Opportunities


Opportunities exist for exhibiting, thought leadership, networking, branding and more. Secure your participation before opportunities sell out! Each booth comes with five exhibitor registrations, a 6' table, two chairs, and wireless access. 

Exhibit Hall

Get exposure and network with your target prospects when you participate in the NERCOMP exhibit hall.  Booth space is currently available. Booth selection coming soon. 

Individual booth space is 8' x 10'.

  • $2,200 members
  • $2,600 non-members


Exhibit Hall Hours




Tuesday, March 28
7:30–10:00 a.m.

Tuesday, March 28
10:45 a.m.–12:00 noon
1:10–4:30 p.m.



Wednesday, March 29
10:15 a.m.–11:30 noon
12:45–1:30 p.m.

Wednesday, March 29
12:45–4:30 p.m.

* Note: The exhibit hall is closed for lunch Tuesday 12:00 noon–1:10 p.m. and Wednesday 11:30–12:45 p.m.


Industry and Campus Solutions Presentations

Present in collaboration with a current higher education client during a conference session. Articulate the issue, discuss the opportunity, and highlight how your implemented solution addressed the institution's need. Includes one complimentary registration.  (8 opportunities available)

  • ​$2,200 members
  • $2,600 non-members



From branded tote bags, to print program ads and general session sponsorships, you can choose from various opportunities to increase your visibility and extend your brand reach throughout the 2017 NERCOMP conference.

CIO Forum

The NERCOMP CIO Forum brings together top higher education IT leadership for discussion on current issues and campus challenges, with peer networking opportunities. This four hour forum includes lunch and attendance for one executive representative from the sponsoring company.

  • $3,100


Communities of Practice: Tuesday, March 27

These two hour meetings will address targeted communities.  Align with the one that fits your solutions. A representative from your company is invited to attend. Topics Include:

  • Women in IT
  • IT Communications
  • Information Security
  • Digital Librarians
  • Student Employees
  • Teaching and Learning 


  • $2,500 each


Conference Sessions and Functions

  • Conference Breakfast: $1,575
  • Refreshment Breaks: $1,250
  • Lunch: $1,875
  • Reception: $2,750
  • General Session: $2,075


Conference Materials

  • Tote bags: $2,800 Sold
  • Notepads/Pens: $1,500 (sponsor provides both for the tote area)
  • Print Program: $1,750 (color ad, outside back cover)
  • Hotel Room Keys: $1,575 (plus production fees)


Sponsor benefits include:

  •  Sponsor logo in marketing communications to thousands of potential attendees
  • Company logo on conference website
  • Opportunity for a preconference direct mailing to registered attendees (no e-mail)
  • One full-conference complimentary registration for attendance to all sessions and functions
  • Logo on entrance to exhibit hall
  • Recognition in general session walk-in slides
  • *6' table for tabletop display and signage for the duration of the function (for sponsored functions)

Contact the EDUCAUSE Corporate Relations Team for more information about all of the sponsorship opportunities available during the NERCOMP Annual Conference.



Contact Us

EDUCAUSE provides numerous ways for your company to get involved with the higher education IT community. Visit EDUCAUSE Corporate Participation to view various opportunities.

Questions? Please contact