WPCampus 2022 has been canceled
WPCampus 2022, our annual in-person conference, has been canceled. The feedback from the survey we released showed that most attendees did not yet feel comfortable traveling. So as much as we want to see everyone, we feel it best for our community to wait.
WPCampus 2023 has been scheduled for July 12-14, 2023
But there is good news! We have booked July 12-14, 2023 (Wednesday – Friday) at Tulane University in New Orleans (USA) for WPCampus 2023!
WPCampus 2023 will be our fourth summer to attempt an in-person event at Tulane since COVID began. It is hard to believe we will go four years without seeing each other in person. It will be hot (we’re thinking some fan swag?), but New Orleans is a beautiful city with lots of fun things to see and do and many delicious things to eat.
We plan to offer air-conditioned on-campus lodging for this event, which will help to keep travel costs low. Visit the WPCampus 2023 travel page for more information.
We hope everyone will feel safe to travel in summer 2023 and spend a few days networking, learning, and fostering relationships with each other in New Orleans.
So mark your calendars and save the dates for some jazzy WPCampus fun in New Orleans!
We’re grateful to the team at Tulane University IT for continuing to sponsor our event and welcoming our community to their campus.
What is WPCampus 2022?
WPCampus 2022 is a three-day conference event filled with sessions, networking, and social events. It covers a variety of topics, all focused on the growth of Higher Education, Accessibility, WordPress, and its people. Explore previous conferences to learn more about our event.
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