The 2022 National Order of the Arrow Conference, or NOAC 2022, for short, is the Order of the Arrow’s premier event, occurring every two years at a select University. In 2022, the Order of the Arrow will be taking over the University of Tennessee Knoxville for the 34th installation of NOAC.
NOAC is truly a scouting event like no other. Arrowmen will spend the week of the conference in dorm housing and will participate in training and activities throughout with week, with each night capped off with an unrivaled show where all 8,000 arrowmen will fill up the university indoor arena. While there get excited about Fun, Fellowship, a unique College life experience, leadership opportunities, patches, free swag, and memories to last a lifetime.
This year’s conference will go from July 24th – July 30th, including travel to and from the conference. This is Takhone Lodge’s first-ever NOAC, and we plan to bring over 150 Arrowmen!
In addition to the fun activities, there will be many practical trainings and competitions that Arrowmen can compete in. Some of these activities include competitions for Ceremonies and Dance, Ulitame Frisbee and Basketball Tournaments, Lodge Officer Training, Chapter Officer Training, and more! You will be able to selectively choose your classes and training through the NOAERS system after you register. We will post updates on registration and merchandise designs through the coming months, so stay tuned!
The price for NOAC is ($750) and includes the following:
- National Conference Fees
- Travel to and from the conference
- Lodge Swag TDB (Flaps, Shirts, Etc.)
- And more to come
More information, including our lodges merch, is coming soon!
$100- Down deposit due at registration
$225- Due by December 1st, 2021
$225- Due by February 1st, 2022
$200- Due by April 1st, 2022
To register for the 2022 National Order of the Arrow Conference, click here.
The 2022 NOAC Fundraiser Flap is here! Make sure to get this amazing flap designed by Takhone Lodge Arrowmen, William P, at any upcoming Lodge function. Each flap will cost $20. Only 200 were made, and all proceeds will help defray the costs to the lodge to send arrowmen to the conference.