Registration is now open.
To register for this and all other College Board events and conferences, you’ll use your College Board Professional Account. If you do not yet have an account, you may create one during the registration process.
(Attendees must register together)
|Full Conference Rates||One-Day Rates*|
|Deadline (on or before)||Early
|Group Pricing||$25 off each registration fee for 3 or more registrants from the same institution||$25 off each registration fee for 3 or more registrants from the same institution||N/A|
*One-day rates may not be combined. Attendees must pay the full conference rate if attending for more than one day.
|Member||Attendees from member institutions. See if your organization is a member.|
|Nonmember||Attendees from nonmember institutions.|
|Presenter/Committee||Session presenters (and moderators) from member and nonmember institutions and committee members.|
|Student||Discounted rate for full-time graduate students. On-site registration with valid student ID only.|
No, the College Board now uses an online registration system. If documentation is required in order to obtain approval to register or secure a purchase order, we encourage attendees to complete their registration online, select Purchase Order as the form of payment, and print the event confirmation email which will include the cost of the event.
Yes. After you register online, you will receive an automated email confirming your registration. There is a link to your invoice/receipt in this email. Save this confirmation email to make modifications to your registration.
No. Travel and hotel reservations are not included in the registration fee. For hotel information go to the conference Venue page.
Yes, please check the Program page to see which meals are provided during your time at the conference.
No. Registrations cannot be shared. One-day registrations are available for participants only able to attend one day of the conference.
No, one-day rates may not be combined. Attendees must pay the full conference rate if attending more than one day.
Attendees are encouraged to register for themselves to ensure they receive key event communications, schedule updates, and receive the correct registration rate, but you may use your College Board account to register on behalf of someone else at your institution. As part of the registration process, an administrator can indicate that they are registering on behalf of another individual and both will receive email confirmations of registration.
Payment is accepted by credit card, check, or purchase order. You will be prompted to select a form of payment as you complete the online registration process.
When sending a check or purchase order, print a copy of your confirmation email or invoice and include it with the payment. Always include the last name of the registrant and the name of the conference.
Send payments to:
The College Board— Regional Forum 2019
411 Lafayette Street, Suite 201
New York, NY 10003
There is a $75 nonrefundable cancellation fee if a cancellation is submitted by January 15, 2019. No refunds or credits will be issued on cancellations after this date. To cancel your registration, click on the link to access your registration in your confirmation email, enter your confirmation number, and click unregister. Refunds will be processed in the form of payment used for registration.
Substitutions are accepted. You and the new registrant must work at the same institution to process the substitution. To request a substitution, email [email protected] with your information and the information of the new registrant.
Yes. Full-time students planning to attend the conference must register on-site at the event with valid student ID to get the student registration rate.
Important Note: The College Board frequently videotapes and records its events and meetings. By attending this event you consent to being recorded and/or photographed, and authorize the College Board and/or its agents or licensees to use any recording and/or photographs, as well as any statements that you make (“Footage”), in any medium (including, without limitation, audio, video, print, broadcast, etc.) throughout the world at the College Board’s sole and exclusive discretion. The College Board may also edit, distribute, exhibit, publicize, advertise, and otherwise exploit the Footage in all media and formats, now known or hereafter developed, for commercial and noncommercial use.