2021 Conference Policies
Registration Payment Policy
Your registration form and payment, if mailed, must be postmarked by the June 14 or Oct. 11 deadline to qualify for the registration rate for that period. Mail to: NCFR Annual Conference Registration, 661 LaSalle Street, Suite 200, Saint Paul, MN 55114. U.S. funds drawn on U.S. banks only. Overpayment of $10 or less is considered a contribution. Service charge for all returned checks is $30. Make check or money orders payable to NCFR. Prices are subject to change without notice. FEI 41-0762436. Payment must accompany registration, except for purchase orders, which must be prearranged with the NCFR finance office. Invoices are due upon receipt. Contact [email protected] with questions.
Cancellations and Refunds
Refund requests must be submitted in writing and emailed or postmarked by Oct. 11, 2021. Refund requests received following the Oct. 11, 2021, deadline are subject to review. All refunds are subject to a processing fee of $25 ($10 for students). No refunds for workshops unless the event is canceled. In the event that NCFR must cancel an annual conference, registrants will be offered a full refund. Should circumstances arise that result in postponement of the conference, NCFR has the right to either issue a full refund or transfer registration to the same event at a new date.
Find Your Itemized Receipt
You can access your invoice, itemized receipt, and your other registration details online.
Visit my.ncfr.org. If prompted, log in with the username and password you used when you registered for the conference. Your username is typically your primary email address associated with NCFR
Hover your cursor over "My Account" and click "Payment History" to open your past orders
From the list of "Your Orders," find your conference registration order and click the "View Order" button
Print or save your order details
Code of Conduct
NCFR is committed to providing a safe and collegial environment that fosters open dialogue and the free expression of ideas without harassment, discrimination, and hostile conduct in all in-person and virtual events (e.g., conferences, meetings, webinars, conversations, or other gatherings) hosted by NCFR.
Please read the 2021 NCFR Code of Conduct and learn how to report harassment or unacceptable behavior that occurs at the conference.
Accessibility and Accommodations for Disability
NCFR wants to ensure that all individuals can participate fully in the NCFR conference. NCFR can provide reasonable accommodations for disability when requests are made in advance.
Photography, Audio, and Video Policy
Use of Your Image/Voice
Participants in NCFR events agree to allow NCFR to capture, use, and distribute photographs, audio, and/or video containing their image and/or voice. "Participant" refers to anyone present at any NCFR event, regardless of registration status.
NCFR uses photo, audio, and video of conference events in its promotional materials, such as the NCFR website, social media accounts, print brochures, and other publications.
Official conference photographers will be identified during in-person conferences by a label on their conference badge. NCFR asks that you do not photograph or record presenters, presentations, or posters without the permission of the authors/presenters during any event. If your image or voice cannot be featured in NCFR photographs, video, or audio recordings, please contact NCFR.
Your Access to Conference Recordings
Registered attendees will have access to recordings of selected sessions. A year after the conference, all NCFR members will have access to these recordings. Classroom use licenses are also available for purchase.
If you have further questions about NCFR conference photography, audio, or video, please contact [email protected] or visit the conference registration desk on site.