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Registration for the 2018 Aging in America is open!

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.

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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