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Registration Fees & Hotel Rate Information - Expense Estimate

It's not too early to begin planning your participation in the next ASA Annual Meeting.

Registration. All Members may preregister for the Annual Meeting when they renew their memberships online for 2011. This year there is also early sign up for accessibility services, child care service, conferences for chairs and directors of graduate studies, and special benefit receptions.

Full Registration will open in April 2011, when the rosters of Courses, Didactic Seminars, and Tours are posted with the preliminary program schedule. Preregistrants will be able to add these activities to their existing preregistrations at that time.

All program participants (member and non-member) must preregister by May 13, 2011, to retain their listings in the Final Program.

Registration Rates for the 2011 ASA Annual Meeting

Preregistration (until July 13)On-site
Member/Associate Member $190 $240
Student Member $100 $140
Retired Sociologist $100 $140
Unemployed Sociologist $100 $140
Non-Member $350 $450
Non-Member Outside the U.S. $190 $240
Non-Member Non-Sociologist $190 $240
Non-Member Student $130 $175
Non-Member Secondary School Teacher $100 $140

Airfare. For an airfare estimate, browse the Internet or call your local travel agent or preferred airline for current fare quotes. Please check the ASA website on the spring to see whether any airlines are offering discounted fares to meeting attendees.

Housing. The ASA Annual Meeting rate is $149/night on August 17-21; the rate for August 22-23 is $99/night for single and double rooms (rate does not include 12% tax).  For a one-time additional fee of $15.00, ASA guests will receive access to the hotel's fitness center and Internet in their guestroom for the duration of their stay.

Meals. Prices are moderate compared to many major US cities. You should be able to get by on $25-40 per day for moderately-priced meals.