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The National Forensic Association (NFA) is an academic association dedicated to providing leadership in intercollegiate speech and debate education in the United States.  The NFA sponsors the annual collegiate national championship in Individual Events and Lincoln Douglas Debate during April.  Additionally, the association promotes and publishes the National Forensic Journal, an academic journal emphasizing scholarly work in speech and forensic pedagogy, as well as a selection of programs at the annual National Communication Association convention.

The NFA is committed to expanding and enhancing collegiate educational opportunities in speech communication nationwide.  The association is governed by an Executive Council comprised of elected faculty members from member institutions.

Announcements and Reminders

  • Summer 2014 newsletter is now available Summer 2014 NFA Newsletter has been emailed to our membership list.  Please review it for important information including:1.     A review of the 2014 National Tournament.2.     Lincoln Douglas Resolution and a call for volunteers.3.     Election notice for 2014-2015.4.     A link to the summary of Forensic Programs at the NCA Convention in Chicago.5.     A call for bids to host NFA in 2016 and 2017.Click here to read the current and past newslettersIf you are the director of an NFA member school and did not receive this newsletter in your email please contact Megan Koch at mkoch@ilstu.edu
    Posted Jul 11, 2014, 9:10 AM by Megan Koch
  • Impromptu Prompt Survey for Students STUDENTS:Talan and Paige ask that you fill out the survey about the current NFA impromptu prompts. https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/SSMJCRM 
    Posted May 5, 2014, 6:41 AM by Karen Morris
  • Updates! Get tournament updates quickly via Twitter and our Facebook group (take your pick!)https://www.facebook.com/groups/NFAChampionship/https://twitter.com/NFAballottable
    Posted Apr 16, 2014, 8:02 AM by Megan Koch
  • 2014 NFA Schematic is Available  We are excited to see you all in Ypsilanti!  Please look over the schematic using the code lists that were emailed to you on Monday night and email dan@fsmail.bradley.edu with questions.  Hard copies of the schematic, as well as student and judge itineraries, will be provided at registration.
    Posted Apr 16, 2014, 7:20 AM by Megan Koch
  • Tournament Registration Reminder This reminder was emailed to NFA members on 3/22.  If you didn't receive it, please contact dan@bradley.edu so we can make sure your contact information is on our member list.If you are planning on entering the NFA National Tournament, it is imperative that you:1. create an account (if you don't already have one) on the registration website - http://www.joyoftournaments.com/nfa/2014/info.asp2. read all information on the website3. check the Tournament Results Submitted link to ensure that all tournaments from which you are counting NFA qualifications are on the list.Remember, we decided to get rid of the student qualification reporting form on the basis of your complaints ...
    Posted Mar 24, 2014, 9:54 AM by Megan Koch
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