The following is a FAQ list about conference registration. If your question is not answered here, or you would like additional information, please contact the conference registrar.
- Who is eligible to register for the Canadian Student Leadership Conference?
Registered middle or secondary schools operating in any Canadian province or territory. Affiliated educational organizations, or educational institutions (such as school districts) may also register and should contact the conference registrar.
2. How do I register my school?
Conference Registration: Registration for the conference is done online at: https://conferences.studentleadership.ca
Pre-Conference Registration: The 2018 pre-conference is now fully booked. To be put on the waiting list, please fill out the following form: https://goo.gl/forms/A19XybjEf9qJsiD22
3. When does registration open?
Registration opens for current CSLA members on March 19th, 2018.
Registration opens for all other schools on March 26th, 2018.
4. When does registration close?
Registration closes May 15th, 2018. Be aware the conference may fill up before this date, so do not leave your registration to the last minute!
Note: If registration is full or your provincial quota has been reached, the registrar will contact you and offer to put you on a waiting list. Wait-listed schools will be confirmed in priority sequence following the close of registration on May 15th.
5. How much does registration cost?
Conference Registration fees are $375/delegate, plus a $90 CSLA membership fee for your school. (Pre-conference registration fees ($600 per person) are in addition to the conference registration fees).
6. When is payment due for registration fees?
All conference fees (pre-conference and conference) are due by June 15th, 2018. PLEASE NOTE:Your registration will not be fully confirmed until your fees are received.
7. How many delegates can each school register?
Schools registering for CSLC have a quota of 3 students and up to 1 advisor. School Districts/Divisions* are entitled to 9 students and up to 3 advisors. Further, in order to ensure equal representation from provinces and territories across Canada, registration is managed by provincial and territorial quotas. Once quotas are reached in a province or territory, additional schools wishing to register will be added to a waiting list.
8. What happens if my students are placed on a waiting list?
Schools may also add additional students and advisors to a waiting list to a maximum of 15 students and 5 advisors. Delegates on the waiting list will be confirmed in priority sequence beginning on May 20th, 2018. At all times, priority will be given to wait-listed schools versus wait-listed delegates from a school that has already registered its quota of students/advisors.