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In an attempt to ensure a safe and healthy environment for conference attendees, reduce the spread of COVID-19, and be in compliance with all current and possible future federal and local requirements, all attendees at NASFAA's 2022 Leadership & Legislative Conference & Expo in Washington, D.C. must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to attend. This is not meant as an association position on universal vaccine mandates, but rather a hedge against the reality of ongoing and rapidly changing local and federal requirements that could impede us from having any in-person event. Attendees should be prepared to show proof of vaccination at the event in the form of a vaccination card issued by the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The District of Columbia has announced that conference center meeting facilities — as well as most restaurants and other businesses — will require all patrons aged 12 or older to show proof that they are vaccinated before entering. While details are still being worked out, the safest course of action is to plan to bring your physical CDC-issued vaccination card with you to the conference. In addition, D.C. has instituted an indoor mask mandate, which will be in effect during our conference. NASFAA staff are also fully vaccinated. You may read below about additional safety measures we will be taking.
Please note: If you are registering on someone else's behalf, you will need to know their vaccination status in order to register them, as they will be required to show proof of vaccination on-site if requested.
|Member Pricing||Non-Member Pricing|
|Association Leadership Pathway||$685||$685|
|Compliance Management Pathway||$785
*SOLD OUT - WAIT LIST ONLY*
*SOLD OUT - WAIT LIST ONLY*
|Strategic Enrollment Management Pathway||$785||$885|
|Succession Planning Pathway||$785||$885|
|FAAC Forum||$785 $150||$885 $150|
Your registration fee includes:
Each participant is responsible for covering their own travel, lodging, other meal costs, and incidental expenses. View conference travel and hotel information, local dining suggestions, as well as a site full of fun things to do in Washington, D.C.
An optional bus tour of D.C.'s historic monuments is available as an add-on event on Sunday evening for registrants of the Association Leadership, Compliance Management, Strategic Enrollment Management, and Succession Planning pathways. The Monday night bus tour is available only to FAAC Forum participants and is included with the cost of registration.
In light of the COVID pandemic, bus tour tickets are limited this year only to registered conference attendees. Please be aware, though all conference attendees will have affirmed previously that they have been fully vaccinated, the tour bus company does not require its drivers to be vaccinated. Per the bus company, all drivers and passengers are required to wear masks while on the bus.
If you are symptomatic at the time of the event, or have been exposed to someone who has recently contracted COVID-19, please do not attend. Scroll down to read our policy on cancellation due to illness or potential COVID symptoms.
For information on media registration, please email [email protected].
Requests for sign language interpreters should be emailed to [email protected] no later than December 16, 2021; requests for accommodations submitted after the deadline will be considered, but NASFAA may not be able to provide the requested accommodation due to lack of advance notice.
The Mayflower Hotel is ADA compliant.
Individuals unable to attend the conference due to vaccination status may request session recordings from any one of the available pathways. The cost of recordings is at the expense of the individual. Please contact [email protected] by January 2, 2022, for more information and to make that request.
When you register for the conference, you are agreeing to comply with the following cancellation fee schedule:
Please note: These fees apply to both "Pay Now" and "Pay Later" registrations. If you do not cancel, or complete the Change of Attendee Form to indicate who will attend in your place, by 5:00 p.m. ET on February 4, 2022, you will be responsible for the full amount of the registration fees and will be billed. Once you note a replacement attendee, no cancellation fees will apply.
If you experience any symptoms associated with COVID-19 in the 14 days leading up to or during the conference, or are required to quarantine according to CDC requirements for having been exposed to COVID-19, or have other coronavirus restrictions that will not allow you to attend the conference, you may complete the Cancellation Form and indicate so in the "Reason for Cancellation" field. You will be issued a full refund. We thank you for your dedication to helping prevent any potential spread and to keeping other conference attendees and staff safe.
NASFAA is committed to providing a safe, productive and harassment-free environment at its conferences, trainings, board and committee meetings, and other NASFAA-sponsored events.
Publication Date: 2/16/2022