Join the Conversation and Transform Graduate Nursing Admissions
AACN’s Graduate Nursing Admissions Professional (GNAP) Conference provides an opportunity for graduate nursing admissions professionals to share their successes, develop new strategies and establish a resource network of peers. Join this diverse group comprised of individuals responsible for graduate nursing student recruitment, admissions, marketing and programming for lively discussions and networking opportunities. If you would like to learn more about the GNAP Network, click here.
Who Should Attend:
Professionals engaged in recruiting students into graduate nursing programs.
How to Attend:
The GNAP Conference is offered as an in-person event.
Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center
2800 Opryland Drive
Nashville, TN 37214
“Great opportunity to have dialogue with other colleagues!”
“Very relatable and current.”
“I made some wonderful connections with other social media managers.”
“Great information, applicable to everyone regardless of the size of your school/program.
“They were very fun presenters and broke things down to the basics, allowing me to feel that making a plan for my programs was much more manageable.
“Very rich and helpful discussion.”
The safety of attendees and staff is our top priority – we will follow all relevant protocols and CDC guidelines and will work closely with the hotel to promote the recommended practices at the time of the event.
Currently all meeting attendees, speakers, partners, and AACN staff are to be fully vaccinated in order to gain access the NAP Conference event spaces. Please check back frequently for news and additional guidance as we refine our planning.
The State of Tennessee has no mask mandate; therefore, wearing masks is currently optional.
Duty of Care
By attending the GNAP Conference, you agree to abide by and engage in conduct that is beneficial to health and safety of all attendees and constituents. This includes, but is not limited to, providing verification of vaccination, practicing appropriate physical distancing, and not attending any events if you are ill or have been recently exposed to COVID-19.