Registration is now open. You can register for the meeting and reserve housing if you plan to attend in person.
- Attendees are encouraged to register for the meeting by 2 November to take advantage of the early bird registration rates offered.
- All attendees, including presenters and conveners, must register for Fall Meeting to participate in the meeting.
- Join or renew your AGU membership by 2 November to take advantage of early bird member rates.
- Review the registration policies prior to registering for the meeting.
ADVISORY: Maritz is the only authorized registration company
AGU does not sell your information. If you are contacted by any company other than Maritz Global Events (MGE) offering registration for the AGU Fall Meeting 2022, please note that these companies do NOT represent AGU.
For more information or to report a company, contact the AGU Registration Center.
Contact Maritz Global Events
Maritz Customer Service
Operating Hours: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM ET
Rates are the same for both in-person and virtual participants. For additional information about registration rates please see this post in From the Prow.
- $600: Regular Member
- $300: Senior (65+ & Retired)
- $300: Graduate Student
- $150: Undergraduate Student
- $800: Regular Non-Member
- $400: Graduate Student
- $200: Undergraduate Student
- $715: Regular Member
- $415: Senior (65+ & Retired)
- $415: Graduate Student
- $265: Undergraduate Student
- $915: Regular Non-Member
- $515: Graduate Student
- $315: Undergraduate Student
- $250: One-day Registration*
*Onsite Registration Only
Reduced Cost Registration
LOW AND LOWER MIDDLE INCOME COUNTRIES
Individuals who currently reside in developing countries are eligible to attend at no cost. These countries are defined by the World Bank as low income (Tier 1) and lower-middle income (Tier 2). If you reside in one of these countries, please use the registration portal to take advantage of the no-cost registration.
HIGH AND MIDDLE SCHOOL STUDENTS
High and Middle School students are eligible to receive no cost registration. Students will be required to upload at least one type of accepted credentials in the registration portal that verifies their current enrollment in a K-12 school. Anyone under the age of 18 will also be required to upload a child waiver form signed by their parent or legal guardian. All uploaded documents will be reviewed by AGU staff. Once reviewed you will receive confirmation via email that your registration has been approved or denied. See below for types of accepted credentials
- Student picture ID card with current school year listed.
- A letter from a teacher, dean, or principal dated within 30 days that denotes current enrollment in a middle or high school.
- A transcript or report card that lists currently enrolled classes
K-12 TEACHERS/INFORMAL EDUCATORS
AGU will offer reduced registration to K-12 teachers/informal educators. These persons are required to upload at least one type of accepted credentials in the registration portal that verifies their current employment status as a K-12 educator or informal educator to receive reduced registration. AGU defines an informal educator as someone who is not associated with a school but is instead associated with a scientific museum, center, or planetarium whose job duties involve creating educational materials for students. The uploaded credentials will be reviewed by AGU staff. Once reviewed you will receive confirmation via email that your registration has been approved or denied. See below for types of accepted credentials.
- Confirmation of employment on school/institution letterhead from the principal, administrator or direct supervisor.
- Scanned copy of teacher identification card with expiration date or current school year clearly noted.
MEMBERS OF THE INDIGENOUS COMMUNITY
We are pleased to announce that AGU will offer no-cost registration to 100 AGU members who are members of an Indigenous Community anywhere in the world. The last day to submit your application is 3 August 2022. Each application will be reviewed, and notifications will be sent via email.
Membership in an Indigenous community should be understood as a sovereign right established both through self-determination and community acceptance.
TRIBAL & TERRITORIAL COLLEGES & UNIVERSITIES
AGU members teaching at or attending Tribal and Territorial Colleges and Universities in North America are also eligible for free registration. Credentials verifying enrollment or employment will be required during registration.
We are pleased to announce that AGU will offer 100 no-cost registrations to community leaders who would like to participate in AGU’s Fall Meeting 2022 in Chicago or online. The last day to submit your application is 3 August 2022. Each application will be reviewed, and notifications will be sent via email.
ONE DAY REGISTRATION
AGU will offer a one day registration rate to both members and non-members looking to attend the meeting for one day. One day registrants will not have access to the online platform and will be required to register onsite. Pre-meeting registration is not applicable to this attendee type.