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Registration for the 2020 UNC System Advancement Symposium is now open.  Current registration is slated to open until Friday, April 17, 2020.  Because of limited capacity, you are urged to register and book your travel as early as possible.  Once the registration closes there will be no additional spaces provided (no exceptions).  Please register ASAP to secure your spot.  After all the registration slots are filled, we will accept names on a waiting list and will offer the available slots to waitlist individuals based on a first-come, first-served basis in the event of any cancellations. 

The 2020 UNC System Advancement Symposium registration fee is $85 per professional. Each university will receive an invoice for the total number of registrants. The $85 registration fee gives you full access to the symposium and event parking. However, it does not include hotel accommodation, travel expenses, and meals that are not included in the symposium event schedule.  Each registrant will receive an email confirmation upon the completion of online registration.



While we do not believe that you would want to miss the 2020 UNC System Advancement Symposium, we strictly adhere to the following cancellation policy.  Cancellation(s) received via email, on or before 5:00 p.m. EST April 17, 2020, will not be included in the headcount of invoice. There will not be registration fee refunds for cancellation received after 5:00 p.m. EST on April 17, 2020. All canceled spots are subject to re-distribute to waitlist individuals based on a first-come, first-served basis.  Multiple individuals cannot attend under one registration. Registrants who are absent from the Symposium will not receive refund for their registration fee.  Please contact Felicia Umstead with any questions at 919‐962‐4231 or

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