What is NOAC?

What is NOAC?

A: The National Order of the Arrow Conference (NOAC) is the flagship national Order of the Arrow event. It is held every two years at a major university campus and is typically attended by as many as 8,000 Arrowmen from all 50 states. It is second only to the BSA National Jamboree in size and scope.

How many people will attend NOAC 2022?

Our largest conference was in 2015, attended by more than 15,000 Arrowmen to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Order of the Arrow. We expect at least 6,000 Arrowmen to attend in 2022. Q: When and where will NOAC be held?

What do I need to bring to NOAC?

All attendees are required to provide BSA Annual Health and Medical Record (AHMR) forms A&B. Adults also require up-to-date BSA Youth Protection certification. Q: How much does NOAC cost to attend? A: NOAC fees are based on attendee type. Conference fees cover housing, program, and food service during the event.

What are the lodge capacity quotas for NOAC?

A: There are no lodge capacity quotas. The NOAC committee always recommends a 2:1 youth to adult ratio for your lodge contingent in order to maximize the youth delegate experience. Your contingent cannot have more adults than youth. Q: Are there day passes available? A: Day passes are not available for NOAC.