Conference Registration Fees

Registration fees are scaled to the member's country of origin (high income and non-high income) according to the Wold Bank's classification of Country Economies .

Early Bird during Sep 25 - Oct. 21, 2016
Regular Oct. 22 - Dec. 9, 2016
From High income economy
From  Non-high income economy
Student (Graduate and undergraduate)*

One day registration (non student) from High Income

$150US $150US
One day registration (non student) from Non-high income economy $75 $75
One day registration (Student) $50 $50
Individual non-student workshop** and low income countries $45US $65US
Individual student workshop** $35US $45US
Individual Field Tour** $45US $45US

* Student registration requires a valid student ID. It allows entry only to technical sessions and does not include Tuesday night dinner or tours. Students can purchase the Tuesday dinner ticket ($25) at registration desk.

**There would be four workshops on Saturday and Sunday (Dec. 3 and 4). Seats are limited for each workshop.

What does the Registration fee cover?

The registration fee for the conference will include daily lunches, welcome function, Tuesday conference dinner (for Full Paid registered) and all coffee breaks. Additional lunch ticket for non-student participants can be purchased at ($28) and for students at ($25). The Tuesday dinner for non-students can be purchased ($35) for non-full registered and/or additional guests.


Become an ASABE Member

There are many benefits associated to becoming an ASABE member. ASABE membership fees are scaled to the member's country of origin according to the World Bank's classification of Country Economies.

To become an ASABE member visit the ASABE membership web site.