Register for ISA Midwest 2019 in St. Louis

Please login to your ISAnet.org account in order to register to attend. (ISA membership is not required for either proposal submission or conference attendance, though you will need to create an account with isanet.org if you have not already done so.)
Please Note: our registration for the ISA-Midwest 2019 annual conference in St. Louis has closed but you will still be able to register onsite. Contact the program chair at ISA-Midwest2019@isanet.org if you have any questions. 

Registration Rates

Registration includes all registration materials.

Early Registration
(August 19th - September 30th)
     Member: $65
     Non-Member: $95
     Student Member: $45
     Student Non-Member: $75

Luncheon Add-On
(Quincy Wright Distinguished Scholar Luncheon)
     Member/Non-Member: $25
     Student Member/Non-Member: $12

Late Registration
(October 1st - October 22nd)
     Member: $70
     Non-Member: $100
     Student Member: $50
     Student Non-Member: $80

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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 October 4, 2019 to remain on the program.

The ISA Midwest conference refund deadline is October 18, 2019.

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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