When and where is the 2020 Summer Conference?

June 17-20 at the Austin Renaissance Hotel.


How do I register?

Online or via PDF

What is your cancellation policy for registration?

Registration refund requests are taken until May 29, 2019. A $75 processing fee will be charged. No refunds are given after this date. Cancellation and refund requests must be received in writing: Email Ann Hopkins or fax to 512-478-5268.


Are meals included in registration?

No. However, breakfast, lunch and other food options are available inside and around the Renaissance Hotel. On Thursday, you may add the Connected Principals Breakfast and/or the Leaders Luncheon (each meal is $25/person and both are limited to 100 attendees) to your registration.


What sessions am I allowed to attend?

You are welcome to attend all sessions as a conference registrant with the exception of Master Classes, Connected Principals Breakfast, Leaders Luncheon and the Annual Golf Tournament which require an additional fee. You may add a Master Class and/or one of the meal functions mentioned above during registration. Please note: Conference registration fee includes admission to Wednesday’s Award Reception.


Do I sign up for each session I want to attend?

No. Sessions are open to all registered participants on a first-come, first-served basis. Master Classes, Connected Principals Breakfast and Leaders Luncheon require an additional fee and registration.


How do I keep track of sessions I attend for continuing education credits?

A CPE form is available in the Summer Conference app.


How do I download the Summer Conference app?

The app will be available in late May. Stay tuned for details!


Is free WiFi available at the Austin Renaissance Hotel?

Yes, wireless access is provided in all conference areas of the hotel.


How do I reserve my hotel room?

View TEPSA hotel room block.


Does TEPSA provide hotel shuttle service to and from hotels in the block to the Renaissance Hotel?

Yes. Complimentary shuttle service to and from hotels in the TEPSA block to the Renaissance Hotel is provided throughout the conference.

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