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Virtual Conference FAQ
Registering for the Conference
We welcome and encourage undergraduate, graduate, and international students to join us at NCCWSL.
Current and recent undergraduate and graduate women are the intended audience. We also encourage campus professionals to attend the conference.
Yes, male allies can — and do — attend NCCWSL. College student men and male campus professionals are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Our registration schedule including cost, payment information and cancelation policy can be found on the registration page.
Yes. We ask anyone registering on behalf of a student or campus professional to enter their own contact information as well. You will register as a group coordinator and be given your own login information.
Students can apply for national scholarships. Both full and partial scholarships will be awarded based on merit, financial need and availability.
No. You need only complete your scholarship application. If awarded a scholarship, you will be registered by AAUW staff. If you are not awarded a scholarship but still plan to attend, you will be able to register at our early-bird rate.
Local branch/state scholarships are provided through AAUW branches and states in your area. Recipients receive funding directly from an AAUW branch or state, and the amounts may vary. To inquire about local funding, please work with your local branch or state directly.
Note: You cannot receive both a national and a local branch/state scholarship.
No. Scholarships are nontransferable.
Yes, with limited refunds. View our cancellation policy.
Attending the Conference
NCCWSL 2021 will be completely virtual. More information will be sent to attendees on how to access the conference.
Find the latest version of the conference agenda here.