Registration Details

    Registration Materials, Fees and Deadlines

     

    Register online! To pay by check or PO, download the registration form here.

     


    Early-Bird Registration Deadline - April 30, 2019


    Regular Registration Deadline - after April 30, 2019


    Cancellation/refund policy
    CGS will fully refund registration and ticket fees if cancellation notification is received, in writing, on or before May 31. After May 31, all refunds will be subject to a $100 processing fee. No refunds will be honored after June 25.


    Fees


    Early-Bird Registration (until April 30)
    New Deans Institute and Summer Workshop
    $950 for members; $1205 for non-members


    Summer Workshop ONLY
    $825 for members; $1100 for non-members

     

    Regular Registration (after April 30)
    New Deans Institute and Summer Workshop
    $1020 for members; $1275 for non-members

     

    Summer Workshop ONLY
    $875 for members; $1175 for non-members

     

    Register early as space is limited!!

    For questions, contact CGS Meetings Department.

     

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