|Conference Registration Fees||Early1||Regular2||Late3|
|NACUA Member (First Person)||$695||$745||$795|
|NACUA Member (Addt'l Person)||$595||$645||$695|
|Other Event Fees||Member||Non-Member|
|General Counsel Roundtables||$119|
|Lawyers New to Higher Education Workshop||$210||$260|
How to Register
- Online registration is now closed. If you would like to still register for the conference, please contact Meredith McMillan email@example.com.
- >> Mail in your form to pay by check. Forms must be accompanied by payment.
Annual Conference Eligibility Requirements
NACUA Member Attorneys: If you are a member attorney from a NACUA Member Institution or Associate Member Institution, or if you are an Associate Individual Member, you are eligible to register at the conference member rate. All registrants must be included on their institutionís NACUA membership roster to be eligible for the member rate. You may expedite your registration by obtaining the permission of your institutionís Primary Representative before registering for the conference.
Non-Member Attorneys Representing or Employed by a NACUA Member Institution: If you are a non-member attorney representing a college, university, or organization that is a NACUA Member, you are eligible to register at the non-member rate. You must include a signed letter (click here to view a sample letter ) from your institutionís Primary Representative with your registration form. NACUA will then confirm your eligibility to attend prior to processing your registration. To find out the name of your institutionís Primary Representative click here.
Non-Member Attorneys Representing a Non-Member Institution: You must be an attorney currently representing or employed by a non-profit or public accredited college or university to be eligible to attend the conference. Non-member attorneys representing or employed by colleges or universities that are not NACUA Member Institutions must include a letter with the following information with your registration form: 1) Confirmation that you currently represent or are employed by a non-profit or public accredited college or university (click here to view a sample letter); and 2) Affirmation that you meet NACUAís commonality of interest requirements, which can be found here.
All non-member attorneys must send their registration forms to Haleema Burtonís attention. NACUA will contact all non-member attorneys directly to notify them about the status of their registration and to gather additional information, if necessary.
Registrations will not be processed until the required information above is received by NACUA. Questions about eligibility may be directed to Haleema Burton, Manager of Membership and Outreach Services, at 202-833-8390 or firstname.lastname@example.org.