What Is WPCampus?

A two-day event filled with sessions, networking, and social events covering a variety of topics, all dedicated to the confluence of WordPress in higher education.

The second annual WPCampus conference will take place July 14-15 at Canisius College in lovely Buffalo, New York. A year to the day after our inaugural conference, WPCampus 2016, in Sarasota, Florida.

All WPCampus 2017 sessions on July 14-15 will be recorded and livestreamed for free.

If you can’t join us in Buffalo, gather with other WordPress users on your campus and create your own WPCampus experience!

Who Will Be There?

Members of the higher education and WordPress communities from all over the United States, Canada, and more. WPCampus events are open to faculty, staff, students, and professionals outside full time higher education from all over the world. Visit our attendees page to see which institutions will be represented.

Announcements

Thank You + Conference Survey

Thank you. Thank you. Thank you. View photos from WPCampus 2017 – Photo Credit: Nathan Monk Whether you attended WPCampus 2017 in person, watched the livestream, or followed along on Twitter, we’re so happy that you could take part. All sessions (save one) were recorded and will be placed on the website in the very near future. “Whatever good things we build end up building us.” – Jim Rohn We would also …

Introducing WPCampus Speaker: Andrew Ortolano

Andrew Ortolano will be joining us at WPCampus 2017 to present an accessibility case study for accordions and tabs. You can see him in action on Saturday, July 15 at 1:45 p.m. Tell us about your first website or digital project. What was the spark for you? My first website was built for an engineering firm where I worked; all tables, sliced graphics and font tags. I’d done some BASIC programming in …

Announcing WPCampus Undergraduate Sponsors

The WPCampus community is proud to announce FlowPress, LearnDash, NeatlyPressed, OHO Interactive, Pgogy Webstuff, and WP in One Month as our Undergraduate Sponsors for WPCampus 2017. We are grateful for their support of our community and higher education. We encourage you to visit their websites and follow them on social media to learn more about their services. FlowPress Made to measure WordPress solutions and long term care for education and …

Introducing WPCampus Speaker: Mike Kirby

Mike Kirby will be joining us at WPCampus 2017 to speak on effective communication throughout a website redesign. You can see him in action on Saturday, July 15 at 11 a.m. Tell us about your first website or digital project. What was the spark for you? My first website was the first website for TAPPI, the Technical Association for the Pulp and Paper Industry. You can see a snapshot of this …

Introducing WPCampus Speaker: Travis Totz

Travis Totz will be joining us at WPCampus 2017 to share new innovations with page and layout building tools. You can see him in action on Saturday, July 15 at 9 a.m. Tell us about your first website or digital project. What was the spark for you? The first project I can recall was a Flash website project that was part of my Graphic Design curriculum in college. The assignment: design …

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