CRLA has twelve Special Interest Groups (SIGs), each with a specific focus within the areas that reading and learning assistance professionals work.  Joining a SIG may be a good first step in getting involved with CRLA.  These groups reflect the current issues and interests of CRLA members and facilitate CRLA’s mission to provide college reading and learning professionals with an open forum to discover and exchange the leading tools and techniques to enhance student academic success.  

SIG members play a pivotal role as volunteer proposal reviewers for the annual conference. Members are also encouraged to submit their own proposals for the conference.  Each Special Interest Group has an opportunity to meet at a specially-designated time at the annual conference.

SIG members are encouraged to participate within their Special Interest Groups through conference-related activities, as well as through submitting to their SIG newsletter, e-blast, or other community forums.  

As a CRLA member you may join a SIG when you renew your membership or anytime during the year by going to the members portal of CRLA website.

Select a SIG name for more information about the group and contact information for the Leader.