This past month Interstate Passport had a strong presence at the National Association of Veteran Program Administrators (NAVPA) Annual Conference held in Orlando, FL. During the week-long conference, staff manned the Interstate Passport table and was able to meet with conference attendees, explain the benefits of students earning a Passport, and the requirements for membership in the Interstate Passport Network. Many conference attendees saw the value of how earning a Passport could benefit the highly mobile student population of active military, veterans, and their families. In addition, Interstate Passport military and veteran affairs representatives, Tony Flores, Utah State University, Charlie Chandler, Weber State University, and Steven Roberts, Dixie State University were all in attendance at the NAVPA Conference. Both Flores and Chandler serve on the NAVPA Executive Board as Region IV Representatives and were able to speak directly to colleagues in their breakout meetings and at various sessions about Interstate Passport.