Seminar Details



To register for the Seminar, please click on the yellow tab below to fill in the registration form.



  • This year’s summer seminar will be in person on the UCSB campus once again!! Here are the cost breakdowns:
    • $1200 per person in double occupancy – you may request to room with a specific person. We make every effort to honour your requests, but we cannot guarantee them.
    • $1400 for a single room.
    • Indicate your room preference when you register for the seminar.
  • NB: The cost for the seminar covers:
    • room and board
    • meals: breakfasts, lunches, dinners, coffee breaks, and evening social gatherings
    • parking on campus (However, it will not be next to the accommodations. You will be able to unload and load your car using a temporary permit we will send to you)
    • On Monday after lunch, the seminar takes a break so participants may go out to explore Santa Barbara. Dinner is out on the town at your own expense.
    • Please see the seminar schedule for more information about meals,  coffee breaks and evening social gatherings.


We had scholarships available from two sources. The deadline to apply for either source was June 15th, which has now passed. In addition, all our funds have now been committed to those who applied and qualified.

Scholarship funds cannot cover the cost of CEUs, so we can only offer scholarships for the registration (up to $1200 maximum).

  • The CARES Scholarship provides financial support to California teachers who are not able to receive financial assistance from their school, district or other sources AND who demonstrate need. This funding is only available for teachers who reside and teach in California. 
  • The Sylvia Jones Legacy Scholarship provides financial support to CLTA members who have been teaching languages between 10-20 years. The number of teachers selected, and the amount that each teacher is awarded each year is dependent on revenue generated by the legacy and by contributions from various individuals.

How to sign up for CEUs

How to obtain Continuing Education Credits 

CWLP works with Stanford University to offer 3 CEUs for WLSumSem22.

  1. The cost is $100 for 4 CEUs. Please note that 1 CEU is equal to 1 quarter unit, not 1 semester unit.

  2. You MUST complete all these requirements by 4:00 pm on Thursday, July 28th.

      • Attend all Strand and Keynote Address sessions

      • Do all strand assignments per your strand leaders

      • Complete the WLSumSem Survey at the end of the seminar

      • If you forget to fill out the WLSumSem Survey at the seminar, you may fill it out any time before 4:00 pm, July 28th. The link for the survey is posted on the page for CEU registration.

  3. In order to pay for the units, fill in the Application for Stanford Continuing Education Units form on the next page and pay for the unit(s). You may pay using a credit or debit card, or you may pay by check at the seminar.

      • To pay by check, give your check made out to Stanford University to a staff member in the seminar office in Anacapa Hall.
      • To pay by card, click on the “Pay for CEUs” button on the page where you register for CEUs.

      • NOTE: There is a $5 service charge included in the amount being charged to your credit card to cover credit card company fees. There is no additional charge if you pay by check..

Student Strand Donations

If you would like to make a donation to offset the cost of providing scholarships for the students of our Student Strand, your contribution will be very much appreciated! You will receive a receipt to use for your records. Contributions are charitable contributions for tax purposes. Thank you so much for helping to make a difference for the future!

UCSB Conference & Hospitality Services Website

UCSB Conference & Hospitality Services Website

The UCSB Conference and Hospitality Services have created a wonderful website to provide the information we need to know about everything as enjoyable as possible during our stay on campus! On their website, we will find information about all the following:

  • emergency contact information
  • maps
  • COVID protocols
  •  lodging
  • transportation and parking
  • dining & meals
  • campus attractions and resources
  • Santa Barbara & area attractions
  • safety & security
  • campus accessibility
  • laundry facilities
  • what to pack and bring with you

The campus is smoke and tobacco free. You are not permitted to smoke anywhere on campus.

Also, if you find yourself locked out of your room, day or night, you call the Santa Rosa front desk number at (805) 893-2772 and someone will come to help you!

The Conference Service website is at this link. Please check their website before attending our seminar!


UCSB COVID Regulations

UCSB has established a set of regulations to promote the safety of all while on their campus.  Please click here to learn more.

COVID Regulations for WLSumSem22