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Rates and Dates
Registration hours will be 5:00–7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, November 29; 7:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m. on Thursday, November 30; and 7:00 a.m.–3 p.m. on Friday, December 1.
Due to the size and nature of the NCTM's Regional Conferences & Expositions, the event is not an appropriate setting for children under 16 years of age. Children under age 16 will not be permitted in the Exhibit Hall. Children 16 years and over will need to register as nonteaching guests. To register a
nonteaching guest, please visit the Registration Area. We appreciate your understanding and cooperation.
Once you've completed registration, you can use the link in your confirmation email to update your registration, badge information or to add an event at any time. If you need a confirmation resent to you, you can send a note to
firstname.lastname@example.org or call NCTM Registration Services at (800) 561-6691 or (514) 228-3172 (international) Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m. ET
No. In the program book that you receive onsite, there is a certificate of attendance that may be used to demonstrate attendance at the NCTM Regional Conference & Exposition.
Yes. Use the online group registration button at the top of this page. Or download the group registration form available below.
Yes. NCTM offers groups of five or more a significant discount. Groups receive a 15% discount off the individual rate. Each group registration must include a primary contact and separate email addresses for each attendee. Groups paying for their conference registration with a purchase order can register online and upload the purchase order form to expedite the process.
NCTM will register lead speakers automatically. Co-speakers must register themselves and pay the appropriate registration fee. Contact
NCTMRegionals@showcare.com for more information.
Registration is available by mail, fax, or email. NCTM accepts Visa, MasterCard, American Express, checks, money orders, and purchase orders. All payments must be submitted in U.S. dollars and drawn on U.S. bank accounts, money orders, or credit cards. Credit card payments will be subject to the appropriate exchange
NCTM accepts approved purchase orders—please submit a scanned/electronic copy with your online or emailed registration, or mail/fax a copy with your registration form.
Please print and complete the appropriate form:
Individual Registration (PDF)
Group Registration Form (PDF)
Send the completed form to NCTM Conference Registration via:
NCTM Conference Registration
P.O. Box 844277
Dallas, TX 75284-4277 Fax
(877) 905-6618 (toll-free)
(514) 360-1689 (international)
Please include approved purchase order form, if applicable.
If you have questions or would like to register by phone, please call (800) 561-6691 or (514) 228-3172 (international), Monday–Friday, 8:30 a.m.– 6:00 p.m. ET.
Individuals paying with a purchase order can register online and upload the purchase order form to expedite the process. Purchase order can also be mailed to NCTM Conference Registration, P.O. Box 844277, Dallas, TX 75284-4277 or faxed to (877) 905-6618 (toll-free) / (514) 360-1689 (international).
Members need to supply their member number to receive their discount. If you do not know your member number or would like to renew your membership, please
log on to My NCTM. You can also contact NCTM Customer Care at (800) 235-7566 or (703) 620-9840 Monday–Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. eastern time, or email
Nonmember full-conference registration includes a one-year
e-membership with NCTM. Your membership includes an online subscription to one of NCTM's school journals. When you register, you will need to select which journal you would like to receive.
Exhibitor contacts are emailed an invitation to register. A link to their registration record is included in the email. Each exhibitor is entitled to six registrations per 10x10 booth (e.g. a 10x20 booth receives 12 registrations). Each registration exceeding the entitled amount will cost $150.00.
Individuals traveling from outside of the United States to attend a NCTM event may request a Letter of Invitation to the event. The letter may be used to support an individual's request for organizational or governmental clearance to attend the event.
Individuals requesting a Letter of Invitation to an NCTM event must be fully registered - including payment in full - for the NCTM event for which they are requesting an invitation. Individuals do not have to be a member of NCTM to request a Letter of Invitation.
A Letter of Invitation issued by NCTM will:
NCTM is committed to ensuring that our events are fully accessible to all persons. For any ADA requirements, please contact
ConferencesDept@nctm.org. We must receive ADA requests before November 3, 2017.
American Sign Language Interpreters
If you require an interpreter, please contact
ConferencesDept@nctm.org with your request before November 3, 2017. After this date, NCTM cannot guarantee requests for interpreters can be fulfilled; however, we will make every effort to accommodate requests. Please note: On-site requests for interpreters cannot be guaranteed without advance notice.
If you are blind or visually impaired and require an aide or personal assistant to help you navigate the Regional Conference, NCTM will register your aide as a complimentary guest (if the aide is not a teacher).
First Aid Station
A first aid station will be staffed during conference hours. Medical technicians will be available to assist with minor medical problems. However, if you have a medical emergency, please call 911.
Wheelchair and Scooter Rentals
Due to the large size of this event, distances between sessions can be considerable. If you can get along without a wheelchair but feel that you may need one to navigate the distances at the conference, electric scooters can be rented from
We encourage you to review the materials and links in this section to gain a greater understanding of the event, to communicate the value of participation, and to help gain funding for your attendance.
Justification Toolkit (PDF)
Justification Toolkit (Word)
Use the tips in this toolkit to define and clearly communicate conference benefits to your district, supervisor, and colleagues.
The toolkit includes the following:
The Mathematics Education Trust
The Mathematics Education Trust (MET) channels the generosity of contributors through the creation and funding of grants, awards, honors, and other projects that support the improvement of mathematics teaching and learning.
See current grants, scholarships, and awards »