USSA's 67th Annual National Student Congress is our largest membership conference. It provides students the opportunity to participate in shaping the national student movement. Join hundreds of student leaders from across the United States to make Education a Right!
This year we are proud to host our conference at the University of California, Irvine. Lodging will be available at the dorms and payment for lodging will be seperate from the cost of tickets. For more information visit our website HERE. For support and additional information you can e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 202-640-6575.
Our registration process is simple.
If you are registering a delegation: first, select the number of delegates you are registering. On the following page, be sure to input all the information and the emails for the individual delegates. We cannot proceed without this information. You will be asked to pay with PayPal (best option) or by check. You may also request an invoice from USSA. Registration dues must be paid before the event.
Then, USSA staff will send an email to the individual delegate so they have the code to unlock the individual registration. Students then come back to this page to input their email in the "promotion" section.
If you are registering individually: you can select one ticket from the member or non-member registration, depending on what school you are from (USSA member schools receive a discount).
If you are interested in facilitating a workshop at Congress, please filll out our proposal form here: http://tinyurl.com/ussaworkshops14.
If you have questions, don't hesitate to contact USSA's Training Director, Athena Matyear at email@example.com
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The US Student Association (USSA) is the country's oldest, largest, and most-inclusive student-led, student-run organization. USSA develops current and future leaders to amplify the student voice at the national, state, and local levels by mobilizing grassroots power to win concrete victories. USSA's main issues are college access and affordability, affirmative action, and student debt.