HOUSING - Reservations for dorm housing must be received by April 28
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Registration fees includes all event activities from Thursday evening through Sunday afternoon, including coffee breaks and receptions. Optional dorm housing can be added to your registration; see Housing section below for information about accommodations and rates.
^^ NOTE: Students who register for PAST FORWARD will receive a free one-year Student Membership to NET (a $30 value). If you’re already a NET Student Member in good standing, contact Sherrine Azab, Engagement Manager, to find out how you can attend the event for free!
Pre-conference programming will be offered on Thursday morning/early afternoon from 9:30am - 3:00pm, including professional development sessions for artists and organizations, and a practice-based workshop on techniques for collaborative creation. The pre-conference sessions require a separate registration. Read more about the pre-conference topics here
Dorm housing is available on the University of Washington campus in McMahon Hall, conveniently located within 0.25 mile of most of our on-campus programming. A 3-night stay (Thursday June 22 arrival, Sunday June 25 check out) is available at the following rates:
There are additional options for 4-night stays in the registration to accommodate various travel schedules (allowing for the addition of either Wednesday night or Sunday night). Per person rates for Wednesday night are as listed above ($50.25 per person for shared double room; $76.50 for private room); Sunday night rates are $3 higher ($53.25 per person for shared double room; $79.50 for private room). Reservations for dorm housing must be received by April 28; availability is limited, and cannot be guaranteed for housing requests received after this date.
Please note that all dorm accommodations have shared bathrooms and wired internet (accessed via bring-your-own ethernet cord). Meals are not included and can be purchased from the dining hall in the basement of McMahon Hall for an additional charge; additional neighborhood restaurants, bars, and shops are available approximately 0.5 mile from McMahon Hall.
In our registration form, you will have the option to request a preferred roommate. If you select a double room without requesting a specific roommate, NET will assign a roommate for you.
Check-in time is after 2pm and Check-out is 11am. If you need to make special arrangements outside of the scheduled times please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are pleased to offer a limited number of travel subsidies to eligible NET members on a first-come, first-served basis to support your attendance at PAST FORWARD:
To be eligible for a travel subsidy, you must meet the following criteria:
Process for Subsidy Requests & Payments:
PAST FORWARD will kick off on Thursday June 22, 2017 on the University of Washington campus. The NET registration table will be located at Hutchinson Hall (4276 E Stevens Way NE, Seattle, WA 98195) for your check in upon arrival. Other locations (including those for Pre-Conference events during the day on Thursday) will be listed online with the full schedule as they are confirmed.
For those traveling from a distance, please plan to arrive in time to check in prior to attending the opening session at 5:00pm on Thursday June 22, and to stay through the end of the closing event at 4:00pm on Sunday June 25. If you plan to attend the Pre-Conference, the events will begin on Thursday morning; please plan to arrive in time to check in before the first session.
For local Seattle transportation information, go here for helpful links to Seattle’s light rail, bus, and other transportation options! The Sound Transit light rail can take you directly from SEA-TAC airport to the University of Washington campus; the University of Washington Station (3720 Montlake Blvd NE, Seattle, WA 98195) is about 0.75 mile from McMahon Hall and our on-campus programming locations. The neighborhood and campus are also well served by several bus lines and rideshare applications.
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