2017 Summit Registration

REGISTRATION INFORMATION

Registration Fees:

The Summit registration fees are nonrefundable. Rates are as follows:

General Public: Register by March 3, 2017 to receive the $75 Early Bird Rate. Registration is $125 after March 3, 2017.  Please click here to register.

College Students: FREE with valid student identification. Please click here to register at the student rate

Representatives of the National Coalition of South Asian Organizations (NCSO):  Please e-mail summit@saalt.org for special instructions on registering at the NCSO discounted rate.

Your nonrefundable fee includes:

  • Discounted ticket to ChangeMakers Awards Reception on the evening of Friday, April 21, 2017 (heavy appetizers)
  • Summit registration and materials for Saturday, April 22, 2017 and Sunday, April 23, 2017 (light breakfast and lunch)
  • Advocacy Day registration for Monday, April 24, 2017 (light breakfast and lunch)

Registration is mandatory for each event listed above.

The fee does NOT include transportation to and from the Summit, transportation during your stay, hotel accommodations, extra meals, or other expenses.

If interested in purchasing a ticket to the ChangeMakers Awards Reception ONLY click here

Summit Lodging and Travel Information click here

Summit 2017 Frequently Asked Questions click here 

Given the current political and social climate, SAALT is sensitive to the possibility that our organizations are more likely to be attacked by organized movements and organizations via a cyber, verbal, and/or physical attack. In response, and to preserve as much safety and security as possible for Summit attendees, SAALT will be asking attendees to present a government-issued, student, or other form of photo ID that links attendees’ names with their photo as part of the check-in and registration process for all ticketed events associated with this year’s National South Asian Summit. As a progressive social justice and immigrant rights organization, we are sensitive to the possibility that some attendees might not be able to present a government issued ID, and we will take that into consideration on a case by case basis. It is our intention and commitment to preserve the safety while ensuring the Summit remains as accessible as possible for all.