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Attendee Information for Courses Held at the National Advocacy Center in Columbia, South Carolina

The National Advocacy Center (NAC) is a business facility dedicated to professional training for federal, state, and local prosecutors. While it has similarities to hotels, university facilities, and other public buildings, it operates under very specific rules and procedures. All guests will be responsible for following these rules and procedures.

Students and instructors are required to enter the building through the main entrance on Pendleton Street. All attendees will be required to present their NAC badge to the guard each time they enter the building and should wear it when in the building.

  1. Instructions for Travel to Courses at the NAC (Columbia, South Carolina)
  2. Combining Official and Personal Travel
  3. Lodging Reservations
  4. National Advocacy Center Protocol
  5. Lodging Amenities
  6. Miscellaneous Information

Reasonable Accommodations

The Executive Office for United States Attorneys will provide reasonable accommodation to people with disabilities. Requests should be made as early as possible, preferably at least two weeks in advance of the seminar. No nominee will be excluded from a course on the basis of a disability-related accommodations request.

Updated September 21, 2017

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