UCCSC Registration Fee Waiver for First-Time Attendees!

Posted by Lisa Bono, IT Communications Manager, UCSC. New this year to the UC Computing Services Conference (UCCSC), first-time attendees may qualify to have the conference registration fee ($250) waived!

To generate new faces and energy at the conference in July, the University of California Office of the President is sponsoring the registration for some IT employees from each UC campus and medical center who have never attended the conference. We hope this generous offer will encourage first-timers to give UCCSC a try! Watch this video to hear directly from UC CIO Tom Andriola about the UCCSC and the Sautter Awards.

Spread the Word
If you have attended the UCCSC, we hope you will join us again. And also, please forward this message to your IT co-workers who have not attended. We need your help to spread the word and encourage first-timers to attend.

How to Apply
To qualify for the conference registration fee waiver, fill out this contest form by April 11. All entries will be entered into the contest. You will be contacted before April 15 with the contest results. By submitting the form you are not obligated to attend the conference if your plans change.

Conference Information
This year’s University of California Computing Services Conference (UCCSC) will be held at UC Santa Cruz. The conference will open Sunday, July 10, with a welcome reception event and close after lunch on Tuesday, July 12. Visit the UCCSC website for updates.

If you have questions, contact the UCCSC planning committee at uccsc2016@ucsc.edu.

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