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2017 ACCS Conference: March 15 – 17, 2017.
Higher-Ed Attendee Registration – REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN
IMPORTANT REGISTRATION NOTE: *We are using a new registration system this year. You will be required to create an account (simply name, email and a password). If you are waiting for a speaker code, DO NOT register until you have received it.
Each school will receive 2 complimentary full registrations. Please check with your school's CIO for the code if you wish to use it, prior to registering. Refunds will NOT be given if you choose to use the complementary code at a later date after paying for registration. If you have any questions regarding this or any other registration issues, please contact Pam Lowery, email@example.com.
If you plan to submit a proposal please do not register for the conference until you hear from the Conference Committee. If your proposal is accepted, the main presenter will receive free registration for the day of the presentation or a $50 discount towards the cost of the full registration. If your proposal is submitted on or before December 1, 2016 and it is accepted, the entire 3 day registration is free for the presenter(s).
In order to use a Presenter, Vendor, or CIO Registration credit code, you will need to have that code BEFORE REGISTERING for the conference. You will be asked to enter the code at the end of registration on the payment/confirmation page. You will see the credit applied once the code is entered and the registration is submitted. We will be unable to credit your account if you register without using your registration code.
If you register by 8am, March 6th, the cost will be $125 for the full conference, $100 for 2 days or $50 for one day. Starting March 7th, the costs will increase to $135, $110 and $60 respectively. Remember that your registration covers all sessions, breakfasts, lunches, breaks and receptions/events for the day(s) you register. And remember too, that one of the perks of being a presenter is that your cost for attendance is reduced or completely covered!