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Early Bird Registration Deadline: August 28, Scroll to Register!

 Registration Packages
Member Fee
Non-Member
Fee

 
 Faculty Registration with Thursday Opening Reception
 $435  $520  
 Faculty Registration without Thursday Opening Reception  $410  $495  
 Faculty from Low Resourced Country (Thursday Opening Reception is included.) $235 $235  
 Retired Faculty with Thursday Opening Reception  $335  $385
 
 Retired Faculty without Thursday Opening Reception  $310  $360
 
 Student with Thursday Opening Reception (Currently enrolled or post-doc)  $285  $320  
 Student without Thursday Opening Reception (Currently enrolled or post-doc)  $275  $310  
Local Planning Practitioners (Thursday Opening Reception not included.)
 $135/day $135/day  
 Special Events and Tickets A La Carte Fee
 
 Conference Printed Program (Conference App with Wi-Fi - Free) $10 ea.  
 Thursday Opening Reception Guest Ticket
$60/person  
 Saturday Networking Luncheon, Keynote and Faculty Awards Ceremony $45/person    
 Friday FWIG Luncheon  Faculty $40 Students $20  
 Thursday GPEIG Luncheon  Faculty $40 Students $20   
 Mobile Tours (Four options available this year.) Faculty $25 Students $25  
 Training Workshop - Being Heard - and Agreed With - in the
 Policymaking Environment
$25/person  
 Saturday Student Reception   Students - Free  

 

Tips for Registration

Use the links below to access conference registration.

  • Log in to Save Money! Many faculty are beneficiaries of their school's membership. Students, retired faculty and faculty from non-member schools have individual memberships. When you log-in to www.acsp.org, the system will automatically populate the discounted options for members.
  • Early Bird Deadline: August 28!
  • All Paper Presenters, Discussants, Roundtable Participants (anyone with their name on the program): There are no one-day registration options for anyone presenting a paper or participating on the program in some way.
  • Membership Included: Non-Member registration packages include a one-year membership if you opt-in!
  • Local Planning Practitioners - you must be from the Denver and Colorado area in order to qualify for the one-day local practitioner registration option, and attending for the purpose of obtaining CE credits. If you are participating somehow on the program, select the Faculty Registration option.
  • Questions? Email registration@acsp.org for questions.

 

Choose one...

 

Faculty Retired Faculty
Students and Post Docs Planning Practitioners

 

Letters for Visa Application or International Travel 

If you need a formal letter for travel purposes, email registration@acsp.org with the important details that should be included in the letter.

 

Already registered and need a copy of your receipt?

  1. Log-in to your ACSP membership profile. Click on "Manage Profile"; click on the sheet of paper that says "Invoices"; click on the field that says "Filter by status" and choose "Any Status". This will pull up any outstanding invoice or receipt for any fees you have ever paid using the conference registration or membership system. Find the invoice that you are looking for and use the small icon next to the date to view or print the invoice.
  2. Not seeing what you need? Send a message to registration@acsp.org.

 

Help Finding a Roommate

If you're hoping to share accommodations, please enter your information using the appropriate Google form:

Women Looking for Roommate, click here.

Men Looking for Roommate, click here.

The specific arrangements will need to be coordinated between the two of you. Reservations will need to be made and confirmed by one of you directly with the hotel; adding your name to a list here does not indicate a confirmed reservation at the conference hotel. For questions contact registration@acsp.org.

Mission

The Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning promotes education, research, service and outreach in the United States and throughout the world by seeking to:

  • recognize diverse needs and interests in planning;
  • improve and enhance the accreditation process, and;
  • strengthen the role of planning education in colleges and universities through publications, conferences, and community engagement;
  • extend planning beyond the classroom into the world of practice.

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