Thank you for your interest! The 2017 conference is now at capacity. The waiting list is no longer accepting additional names.
I registered online – what is the deadline for submitting the registration fee payment?
We encourage credit card payment via our secure payment site. You may also pay by check (made out to Macalester College) or using funds available via MINITEX if your institution has an active account. Payments made by check should be mailed within 10 days of registration, and must be received no later than February 15, 2017. MINITEX will confirm that you have sufficient funds on account and will remit payment to the conference on your behalf by the payment deadline. If payment has not been received by February 15th, your registration will be canceled.
What is the mailing address for sending conference registration payment?
Those conference participants who choose to pay registration fees by check can mail the full two-day conference or single day registration fees to the following address:
Check payments must be received by February 15th or registration will be canceled.
Is it possible to get a refund of conference registration fee if I am unable to attend?
A full refund of the conference registration fee is available to individuals who find themselves unable to attend if the refund request is received in writing (email to firstname.lastname@example.org is acceptable) no later than February 28, 2017. Refund requests received in writing after February 28th but on or before March 7th will receive a refund of registration fees minus a $35 processing fee. No refund is available after March 7th. See also our Inclement Weather Policy.
If I am unable to attend, can I transfer my registration to a co-worker?
If you have registered and then find yourself unable to attend, you can arrange to have a co-worker attend in your place if these arrangements are made no later than March 14th. To arrange for this accommodation, please email libtechconference@macalester.
If I have a registration question, whom should I contact?