WACUBO Cancels April 2020 Conference

April 1, 2020

On behalf of the WACUBO Board and staff, we want to send good thoughts and health your way.

The WACUBO Board of Directors has made the difficult decision to cancel the 2020 WACUBO Annual Conference scheduled for April 26–29 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

We will be refunding all registered conference attendees their full amount. We appreciate your patience as refunds could take up to 4 weeks. Please note, WACUBO is not applying this year’s payments toward next year’s Conference due to accounting practices and restrictions. If you have previously requested to cancel your registration, you are in the refund queue and do not need to confirm your cancellation. 

We will also be working with the hotel to cancel all sleeping room reservations with no penalty, so there is no need to contact the hotel.

Although we will miss seeing everyone in Las Vegas at the end of April, WACUBO would still like for you to please consider those most affected by the conference’s cancellation, the Paradise Professional Development School. If you are still able to donate to WACUBO’s 2020 Service Project, please consider purchasing an item from PPDS’s Amazon Wishlist or send in college t-shirts to Colin Tewey at:

Colin Tewey
UNLV Receiving
4505 S. Maryland Pkwy
Las Vegas NV 89154

As WACUBO is planning for what's next, we are thinking about you all and will be working on ways to stay connected and support each other through the WACUBO website and other creative venues. In the meantime, the conference’s cancellation is uncharted territory for WACUBO, and we appreciate your patience as we work through this challenge and explore the best path forward.  In the meantime, if you have any questions or comments, please contact the office at [email protected].

Thank you for your patience, consideration, and donations.

Stay safe and healthy during this time.

Teresa Costantinidis
WACUBO President

To continue monitoring COVID-19, visit the following websites:

World Health Organization
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention


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