The 2015 National Convention will be held in Washington, D.C. from August 5 – 9. You can register today! On the Phi Sigma Pi blog we will be highlighting some of the reasons YOU should go and helpful tips.
We want to walk you through how to handle rooming before you register for National Convention.
When you register, you’ll be asked if you want to do a partial or full registration. You’ll also be asked if you want to stay in a hotel room by yourself or with one, two or three other people.
Types of Registration:
Full: The full registration covers Wednesday to Sunday, including Grand Chapter business. (*Every Chapter must send at least one Member for this package.)
Partial: The partial registration covers Friday evening to Sunday.
Types of Rooming:
Quad: You and three other Members
Triple: You and two other Members
Double: You and one other Member
Single: Just you
So how do I choose?
First, you’ll want to decide which registration type you want. Full registrations should stay with other full registrations. (You’ll need to select the “full registration” option if you’re attending Grand Chapter business, or serving as your Chapter’s Grand Chapter Delegate or Alternate.) The National Convention registration rate you select is based on that room being filled to the listed capacity for the entire duration of your stay. For example, if you choose a full quad registration, the room should have three other full quad registrants for the entire duration of your stay.
How are my roommates assigned?
You can choose Members from other Chapters that you’d like to stay with and if they list you too, great! If you’re not sure who you want to stay with then the National Office will try and locate roommates for you (especially if you register early); however, we cannot guarantee that we will be able to secure roommates. Attendees that have fewer roommates than the rate specified will be charged for the appropriate number of roommates.
I still have some questions.
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Save the Date! Remember: The registration deadline is June 15, 2015.