Joint Annual Conference
November 22-24, 2019Register
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Attend the 2019 Joint Annual Conference
Online registration remains open.2019 registration fee: $525 per person
Registration payment options include:
- Check – mailed to IASB, Attn: JAC Registrar, 2921 Baker Drive, Springfield, IL 62703. Note: Housing will not be processed until payment is received.
- ACH Payment – a secure payment transfer system in which your institution grants IASB authorization to debit directly from a checking account for the purpose of payment. There is no processing fee for ACH payments.
- Credit Cards (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express) – a 3 percent non-refundable processing fee will be charged for each credit card transaction. Only one credit card can be used per transaction. Verify your credit limit prior to registering, as you will not be able to split the registration payment over multiple credit cards.
Districts and individuals can also register for
How to Register
Login to your member account to complete the registration process. Download instructions for the registration process.
NOTE: For all registration cancellations, housing will be automatically cancelled.
Joint Annual Conference housing blocks have closed. Registrants should secure their own lodging accommodations for the November 22-24 conference. Contact information for hotels located in proximity to the Annual Conference is listed below.
Hyatt Regency Chicago
51 East Wacker Drive, 312/565-1234
Sheraton Grand Chicago
301 East North Water Street, 312/464-1000
323 East Wacker Drive, 312/565-0565
200 N. Columbus Drive, 312/565-8000
Chicago Marriott Downtown Magnificent Mile
540 North Michigan Avenue, 312/836-0100
InterContinental Chicago Magnificent Mile
505 North Michigan Avenue, 312/944-4100
Embassy Suites by Hilton
511 North Columbus Drive, 312/836-5900
Wyndham Grand Chicago Riverfront
71 East Upper Wacker Drive, 312/346-7100
NOTICE: IASB is the only official Conference housing bureau. Be aware of third parties placing calls or sending emails identifying themselves as the “official” housing bureau for Conference or claiming to be “affiliated with” or “working on behalf of” IASB for Conference housing. Sometimes these companies illegally use the IASB or event logo and other information to appear legitimate. Often they issue a warning that room blocks are selling out while providing the lure of a lower room rate. Booking through these third parties may subject attendees to, at worst, credit card fraud opportunities and/or no room reservations in their names upon arrival to Conference, and at best, lower-tier hotels or a hotel away from the Conference host hotel. If you are contacted by anyone other than IASB staff regarding your housing, report it to: email@example.com.