May 30 - June 3, 2023 // New Orleans, Louisiana
The 35th Annual National Conference on Race & Ethnicity in Higher Education will return to the Big Easy! Get ready for five days of amazing conference sessions, networking, community outreach, and fun. Experience all things NOLA while expanding your mind during NCORE. All sessions will be held at the Hilton New Orleans Riverside Hotel, at Two Poydras Street.
NOTE: The NCORE 2023 Program Guide PDF will no longer be posted online as a few changes have been made after printing. We encourage you to download and use the app for the latest information and pick up a paper Program Guide with an addendum containing these changes onsite. Click button below for instructions.
- Registration is open. We invite you to join us for an exciting event!
- Four Keynote presenters have been announced!
- Click here for a schedule at-a-glance.
- Visit our Accessibility page to familiarize yourself with different services offered and the locations of areas for accommodations, wellness, prayer/meditation, infant care, and more.
- Review the SWCHRS Events Safety and Inclusiveness Policy. An Incident Reporting form is linked here.
A timeless city with a unique way of life, New Orleans is a city where cultures collide in a brilliant explosion of flavors, emotions, and sounds. New Orleans is the birthplace of jazz, home to Creole cuisine and rich with history and culture. The picturesque Big Easy calls curious minds to sweet sounds of jazz and the enchanting aroma of savory spices. New Orleans is an enticing, culturally rich haven…a sensory overload…an authentic experience.
We acknowledge the land on which we sit and occupy today as the traditional and ancestral home of the United Houma Nation. We also acknowledge the Chitimacha, the Biloxi, the Choctaws of Louisiana, Tunica/Biloxi Tribes in Louisiana, and other Indigenous nations of the Mississippi River.
We take this opportunity to thank and honor the original caretakers of this land. May our time here lead to actions that uproot systems of oppression, and may we come into relationship with place, and place-based peoples.