Registration for the 2014 SEC Symposium will open soon and will be accessible here.
The SEC Symposium is designed to appeal to a wide variety of individuals interested in the event topic. Corporate representatives are invited to attend alongside academicians and government officials. The SEC also encourages all levels of student participation. Anyone wishing to attend the 2014 SEC Symposium should be cognizant of the registration structure described in the table below.
CANCELLATION POLICYIndividuals may cancel a registration with full refund through the end of the early registration period. There are NO REFUNDS after the regular registration period begins. In order to cancel, individuals must return to SECSymposium.com and login to access their registration information. (A registration confirmation number may be required.)
REGISTRATION CHECK-INIndividuals must check-in at the SEC Symposium registration desk prior to attending an SEC Symposium session. Individuals will be asked to present valid identification (e.g., driver’s license, faculty ID, student ID, etc.) and their registration confirmation number. The registration desk will be open for check-in at the times listed in the table below (all times are eastern).
|Sunday, September 21, 2014||8 a.m.||5 p.m.|
|Monday, September 22, 2014||7 a.m.||5 p.m.|
|Tuesday, September 23, 2014||7 a.m.||10 a.m.|
EXCELLENCE IN STUDENT ATTENDANCE AWARDIn order to encourage undergraduate student participation in the SEC Symposium, all SEC universities will be eligible for the “Excellence in Student Attendance Award.” This award will be presented at the end of the SEC Symposium to the SEC university with the most registered undergraduate students. Students will be required to show a student ID when checking in at the SEC Symposium registration desk at the Hyatt Regency Atlanta to verify undergraduate student status.
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