To register online:
- Login to CMAA's membership management system. CMAA members: If you've forgotten your username and password, you can retrieve it by clicking on "Forgot Password" and following the instructions. Non-Members: Click "Create an Account" and follow the instructions.
- Click on the link below, then on "Register Now".
|Registration Type||Early Bird (by March 19)||Advance (by April 19)||Onsite (after April 19)|
|Owner Member Details||$535||$700||$800|
|Academic (full-time faculty) Details||$535||$700||$800|
|Student (student ID required) Details||$320||$480||$530|
|CII/SAME/CFMA Member (membership validation required)||$750||$885||$985|
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Badge Pick-Up and Onsite Registration
You may pick up your badge, lanyard, and registration materials in the conference registration area of the San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter. Lost badges may be replaced for a $10 fee. Badges are required for admission to all events.
Attendance at the CMAA Focus20 constitutes permission for your photograph and/or video to be taken at the event and used for marketing-related purposes.
Early Bird Cutoff - March 19
Advance Cutoff - April 19
Cancellation Deadline - April 2
CMAA will refund registration and ticket purchases, less a $75 processing fee, upon written request received not later than April 2. Due to CMAA’s obligations to guarantee meals and other expenses made on your behalf, no refunds of registrations or ticket purchases will be made after that date. Credits will not be held for application toward future conference fees. Name substitutions can be made at anytime and must also be submitted in writing. Written requests for cancellations or name substitutions should be sent to CMAA via email. Once a final reconciliation of conference finances is completed, refunds will be processed and issued.
Prohibited Conduct Policy
CMAA wishes to create a welcoming environment for events and conferences, including social events related to conferences. Attendees are expected to conduct themselves professionally. Prohibited conduct includes, but is not limited to, the following: 1) harassment based on race, gender, sexual orientation, disability or any other protected status, as provided by local, state or federal law; 2) sexual harassment, including unwelcome attention, stalking and physical contact; 3) abusive conduct that has the purpose or effect of unreasonably interfering with another person's ability to enjoy or participate in the event, and 4) undue interruption of any event, speaker or session.
Any person who has been subjected to prohibited conduct or who has witnessed such conduct is encouraged to notify a CMAA staff member. CMAA reserves the right to take any action it deems appropriate in response to such conduct by any person, including removal of that person from the event, prohibiting attendance at future events, and suspension of membership.