Register for ISA South 2016 in Sheperdstown

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Registration Rates

Registration includes all registration materials, including the Friday afternoon professional development workshops, luncheon and reception on Friday, and the Saturday lunch.

Early Registration
(August 30th - September 15th)
     Member: $85
     Non-Member: $110
     Student Member: $40
     Student Non-Member: $52

Late Registration
(September  16th - October 2nd)
     Member: $100
     Non-Member: $130
     Student Member: $50
     Student Non-Member: $65

Onsite Registration
(October 14th)
     Member: $100
     Non-Member: $130
     Student Member: $50
     Student Non-Member: $65

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 September 15th, 2016 to remain on the program.

The ISA South conference refund deadline is September 20, 2016.

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.

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