NCCO Webinars

The National Collegiate Choral Organization began developing webinars in 2020 as the next arm of publication for the Organization. Webinars are intended as video-based events featuring experts on a particular topic of interest to our membership. After webinars broadcast, NCCO’s chief editor of publications compiles a summary which—when paired with video and any compiled resources key to the topic—is archived on this site as a permanent resource to members and others.

NCCO welcomes feedback on past webinars as well as on future topics for individual webinars or longer, loosely-themed seasons. To send a comment, email us.

NCCO Webinar Series


Season 2: Upcoming Webinars

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On August 13th, NCCO’s National Board will engage in a summit on systemic racism and injustice in collegiate choral music with global diversity consultant Rev. Dr. Jamie Washington. Following that summit, we welcome our entire NCCO membership to an open Town Hall-style webinar with members of our National Board to follow-up on actionable steps for how NCCO will move forward in our efforts to become a more racially inclusive organization. Please join us for this important conversation, moderated by NCCO Vice President Elizabeth Swanson.

The Panel

  • Rollo Dilworth, Temple University
  • Kellori Dower, Santa Ana College
  • Marques L.A. Garrett, University of Nebraska – Lincoln
  • Merrin Guice Gill, Bethel University
  • Gary Packwood, Mississippi State University
  • Jace Saplan, University of Hawai‘i – Mānoa
  • Elizabeth Swanson, moderator, University of Colorado – Boulder

Tech Notes

  • Upon clicking “Register for Webinar,” attendees will be taken to a simple registration form. Once completed and submitted, an individual link will be sent to the registrant.
  • Webinar attendees are not required to download or join Zoom.
  • Tech questions? Don’t hesitate to contact Zoom support for assistance

Season 2: Past Webinars


Tech Notes

  • Upon clicking “Register for Webinar,” attendees will be taken to a simple registration form. Once completed and submitted, an individual link will be sent to the registrant.
  • Webinar attendees are not required to download or join Zoom.
  • Tech questions? Don’t hesitate to contact Zoom support for assistance.