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Conference Registration

Attendee With Reception Ticket
Without Reception Ticket
Member Faculty
$425 $400
Non-Member Faculty $510
Member Retired Faculty $325
Non-Member Retired $375
Member Student*
$275 $265
Non-Member Student*
$310 $300
Local Planning Practitioners** Reception not included Daily registration fee is $125
*Students that are currently enrolled or post-docs.


Log-in to Save Money! - 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, the system will allow you to select the member registration fees.

Faculty, Student & Retired Faculty Members, and ALL Paper Presenters: 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 Portland and Oregon 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 presenting a paper, we ask that you contact Cathy Neal to determine the correct registration fee.


Tickets A La Carte

  • Conference Program
    • This year, if you would like a printed program, a $10 payment will be charged.
    • The conference app is free.
  • Thursday Opening Reception: $60 (If not already included in a registration package)
  • FWIG Luncheon: $40 Faculty; $20 Students (Consider donating to help students!)
  • GPEIG Luncheon: $35 Faculty; $20 Students (Consider donating to help students!)
  • Mobile Tours: 12 options this year starting at $25 per person (Detailed Descriptions)


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.