Register for FLACSO-ISA Quito 2018

Please Note: our registration is not yet open for the FLACSO-ISA Quito 2018 International conference. Registration will open in early 2018 with the release of the Program.

Registration Rates

Registration includes all registration materials.

Early Registration
(February 1st - March 15th)
     ISA Member: $125
     Non-ISA Member: $150
     Student ISA Member: $80
     Student Non-ISA Member: $90
     Latin-American Resident:
        General: $100
        Student: $50

Late Registration
(March 16th - June 15th)
     ISA Member: $175
     Non-ISA Member: $200
     Student ISA Member: $100
     Student Non-ISA Member: $110
     Latin-American Resident:
        General: $125
        Student: $80

Onsite Registration
(June 15th - 17th)
     ISA Member: $225
     Non-ISA Member: $250
     Student ISA Member: $125
     Student Non-ISA Member: $135
     Latin-American Resident:
        General: $150
        Student: $95

Become a Member and Save

Members of ISA receive discounted rates at our region conferences, our Annual Convention as well as many other benefits. If you add a membership to your cart, you can register at those lower rates.

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Conference Policies

All refunds issued from ISA are subject to a 15% bank processing fee.

Participants must register by April 16, 2018 to remain on the program.

The FLACSO-ISA Quito 2018 conference refund deadline is April 30, 2018.

A registration is not considered "complete" until it is paid in full.

ISA has official photographers/ videographers at our conferences. See ISA's Meeting Photography Policy for the full policy.

If you have special requirements under the ADA, please contact us at ADAneeds@isanet.org at least 60 days prior to the start of the conference.

The ISA Code of Conduct applies to all individuals in the context of ISA activities.

Ayuda de ISA

Please see below for ISA system help and conference/travel grant policies in Spanish:

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