Fees and Registration Information


Online Registration is now available or you may use the PDF form. You may also pay online via our secure payment portal.

REGISTRATION FEES (per person in U.S. dollars)


On or before
March 1, 2013

March 1, 2013

Individual Registration (Attendees not presenting, Paper Presenters, Award Nominees, and Student Presenters)



Group (Two or more persons from the same institution who are NOT presenting a paper)



NCIA Partner Full Conference (Must be an active NCIA member)



NCIA Partner One-Day (Must be an active NCIA member)



Florida/Georgia One-Day (for persons who are NOT presenting a paper) $299 $349

Full-Time Students Not Presenting




Please note: All presenters are expected to pay the $545 presenter registration fee. Only persons not presenting at the Conference are eligible for one the above-listed discounted fees.

The Conference registration fee covers all program materials, the opening reception, coffee breaks, and lunch on Wednesday and Thursday. In addition, each person paying full Conference fees will receive a copy of the Conference publication, Selected Papers from the 24th International Conference on College Teaching and Learning.

The online registration form and a PDF version will be available in November. Payment of registration fees may be made by credit card (MasterCard, VISA, Discover, or American Express), check, e-check, purchase order, or wire transfer.

The Conference is also offering a large number of interactive, hands-on workshops. Attendance in these sessions is limited to ensure maximum interactivity among participants and requires the payment of additional fees. Workshop fees are $295 for full-day sessions and $150 for half-day sessions. Please visit the Interactive Workshops link on the menu for workshop offerings and descriptions.


To enable more Florida and Georgia residents to participate in the Conference, a special one-day registration fee of $299 has been established for persons NOT presenting a paper at the Conference. This fee, covering Conference activities on the attendee's choice of Wednesday or Thursday, is available to any resident of Florida or Georgia. Note: Persons presenting papers are not eligible for the one-day registration and must pay the $545 presenter fee.


Credit card payments can be made online via our secure registration payment portal. Check payments should be made payable to Florida State College at Jacksonville and mailed to Florida State College at Jacksonville, ICCTL Registration, 501 W. State Street, Jacksonville, FL 32202. Our federal ID number is 59-1149317.


Full refunds will be available for canceled registration requests received on or before February 1, 2013. Cancellation requests received between February 1 and March 1, 2013, will be assessed a $50 service charge. No refunds will be granted after March 1, 2013.


We strongly recommend that you secure your travel visa before registering for the International Conference on College Teaching and Learning. Because some countries require a formal invitation letter as part of the visa application process, we have established the following procedure to better serve you.

  • A request for an invitation letter must be sent on official letterhead, preferably from your university or employer. Your request must include the following information: your first name, last name, organization/company, job title, building designation, street address, city, region, country, email address, phone number, and fax number.
  • Requests must be faxed to our office (904-632-3289) by January 31, 2013. We will then fax the invitation letter to the individual requesting it. (Note: We will make a maximum of three attempts to fax the invitation letter, so please make sure you have listed the correct, functional fax number). If time permits, we will also send the invitation letters via standard U.S. Postal Service airmail (no overnight or other delivery services).

Please remember:

  • Attendees are responsible for all of their Conference and travel expenses. We are unable to provide any funding to subsidize registration costs or any other attendee expenses.
  • Attendees are responsible for contacting the appropriate embassy and forwarding the necessary information, forms, etc. to it.
  • If you have questions, please contact Jeana Davis by phone at 904-632-3088 or e-mail jmdavis@fscj.edu


General information: Jeana Davis, email: jmdavis@fscj.edu, or Bill Ganza, email: wganza@fscj.edu. Persons requiring special assistance in attending the Conference should contact Jeana Davis. This information is subject to change.


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