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GENERAL REGISTRATION INFORMATION
ACSM Members: No matter your level of membership (professional, student, professional-in-training, etc.), please choose one of the ACSM member options below.
APS Members: APS will distribute your APS member discount code for registration in mid-June. Discount available for Full Conference registration only. Not available on single day rates.
NON-ACSM STUDENTS: If you are not an ACSM member but qualify as a student (12 credit hours undergrad/6 credit hours grad), please select the “Non-Member Student” option below. Non-member full conference options include one-year ACSM student membership.
NON-MEMBER PROFESSIONAL-IN-TRAINING: A current postdoctoral fellow or resident working in physiology, sports medicine or related discipline.
NON-MEMBER Full Conference options include one-year ACSM membership (single day options do not include ACSM membership)
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After registering, you must verify your vaccination/test status. You will receive a link to the verification site in follow-up emails; you must complete this verification within the ten days prior to the meeting.
HEALTH AND SAFETY PROTOCOLS ACSM requires that each in-person participant (including but not limited to registrants, guests, exhibitors and staff) submit evidence that they either (1) are fully vaccinated, as that term is defined by the CDC at the time of the event, or (2) submit proof of a negative COVID-19 test taken immediately (generally within 72 hours) prior to the event. Specific requirements, including but not limited to the type of documentation required, the type of test required and any changes to the time period in which the test must be administered, will be determined closer to the event based on current CDC guidelines, as well as any applicable requirements of local government or health authorities. Full Policy.