The conference is open to the first 300 registered attendees. It will sell out, so if you are planning on attending, please register as soon as possible. Presenters and co-presenters will also need to register for the conference and pay the attendance fee.
The cost to attend per person is $250 and includes:
Conference attendance and access to all scheduled events - July 10-12
Sunday night reception with food and drinks - July 10
Breakfast and lunch - July 11-12
Special Monday night dinner and event - July 11
Access to sponsor demonstrations and giveaways
Entry to keynote, Sautters Awards presentation, and CIO report
If you are a winner of the first-timer contest, make sure to use your coupon code at the time of registration to have the $250 fee waived. Winners were notified earlier this week and were given their coupon code.
This year’s host lodging for UCCSC is provided on campus. The apartments are located at the conference site, just steps away from all of the festivities. We highly recommend that you stay in on campus lodging, especially when hotels in Santa Cruz in the summer can be very expensive and there are no conference discounts. When you register, you’ll be able to sign up for on campus lodging. If you are undecided, register for the conference and then you can come back later to sign up for lodging.
If you have a guest traveling to the conference with you and they plan on staying in campus lodging and/or attending the Sunday reception, they must register separately.
We have a wonderful conference planned - exciting sessions, a fabulous keynote speaker, lots of first-timers, UC Medical Centers and Health Centers participation, delicious food, and a super fun Monday night event. Plus, you get to immerse yourself in the tranquil UC Santa Cruz setting.
We hope to see you there!
UC Berkeley, UCCSC 2016 Ambassador
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