REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Conference Registration Fees On or Before Feb. 19 After Feb. 19
Current NACADA Member (does not include membership fee) $140 $190
Student/Retiree (not full-time employee) $100 $100
Non-Member $240 $290

 

Want member discounts? Be sure to add membership to your shopping cart before or during your conference registration process

Mail or Fax

Register today by completing the registration form and submitting it along with payment information via fax (785-532-7732) or mail (NACADA, 2323 Anderson Ave, Suite 225, Manhattan, KS 66502) to the Executive Office. Your registration will be processed in the order it is received. Once processing is complete you will receive a receipt or invoice via email.

You may also take advantage of the Member rate by becoming a NACADA member at this time. Complete the membership form available with the registration form.

NOTE: All fees are in U.S. Dollars. If you send a check, it must be from a U.S. Bank in U.S. Dollars. Thanks!

Due to budgetary considerations, the conference is unable to offer complimentary registration or lodging for presenters.

REFUND/SUBSTITUTION POLICY
If you are required to cancel you may:

    • Transfer your conference registration to another individual from your institution. If the person is not a current NACADA member, they will either be asked to pay the $75 membership or pay the non-member fee.
    • On or before February 19, 2018: Request a refund of paid registration fees (less $25) in writing.  Membership fees will be retained.
    • Between February 20, 2018 and March 5, 2018: Request a refund of 50% of paid registration fees in writing.
    • After March 5, 2018: No refunds can be issued due to facility obligations, but substitutions will be allowed.
    • In the very unlikely event that the conference is cancelled, registration fees will be returned.

WEATHER RELATED CANCELLATIONS
No refunds will be issued should travel to a NACADA event destination become difficult due to weather, curtailment of transportation, or other circumstances beyond the control of NACADA, provided the event moves forward as planned.

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