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If you have questions about registering for the 2018 conference, please contact us at info@asaging.org or (800) 537-9728. Our office hours are 8:30 AM (Eastern) to 5:30 PM (Pacific), Monday through Friday.

Download the AiA18 App! Available from the Google Play Store & the Apple App Store, the free AiA18 App can be used to search the sessions, look up presenter information, find exhibitor locations and contacts, connect with the AiA18 community with in-app social tools, and more! Learn more and download here.

AiA18 Registration Fees*

Rate Category Early
10/2–10/31/2017
Regular
11/01/17–1/31/2018
Late
2/1–3/29/2018
Professional ASA Member $510 $585 $670
Retired ASA Member 65+  $345 $390 $450
Student ASA Member (full-time) $250 $285 $325
Non-member $725 $830 $955
Retired Non-member 65+ $485 $555 $635
Student Non-member (full-time) $350 $400 $460

*Note: Attendees must register for the entire conference; single-day registration fees are not available. Early registration (Oct. 2–31, 2017) requires payment by credit card, or issuance of a purchase order with net-30 terms only. Registration invoices created in October that are not paid within 30 days will be cancelled, and you will need to register again at the prevailing later rate.

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