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Membership Directory

Find ASA members in your area or who share your interest area. Enter a name or click on the magnifying glass to start your search.
 

Online registration is now closed.

You can still register on-site.
Find us at the AiA15 registration desk in the
Grand Ballroom Foyer of the Hyatt Regency Chicago.

 

Attendee Registration Rates

ASA Member Rates

 

Full Price

2/1/2015 to 3/9/2015

Attendee $590
Retired (65+) $455
Full-time Student $340

 

Non-Member Rates*

 
 

Full Price

2/1/2015 to 3/9/2015

Attendee $775
Retired (65+) $555
Full-time Student $430

*Non-member rates include a one-year individual ASA membership. Click here to find out more about ASA member benefits.

Discounts for Group Registrations

  • Groups of five to nine registrants will be given a 5% discount on conference registration fees. (Presenters and volunteers count toward the five-person group minimum but their fees are already discounted so they do not receive an additional 5% off fees.)
  • Groups of 10 or more registrants will be given a 10% discount on conference registration fees. (Presenters and volunteers count toward the 10-person group minimum but their fees are already discounted so they do not receive an additional 10% off fees.)
  • ASA organizational members may register up to six designated group members using membership IDs (three may use the organization ID and three may use their individual IDs) to receive ASA member rates. Please contact membership@asaging.org with questions about membership IDs and eligibility. 

To register a group of 5 or more, please call ASA at 800-537-9728.

 


Payment, Cancellation and Refund Policy

 

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