Invoices will be sent to delegations via e-mail following successful completion of registration. Please note: all portions of registration must be filled out before an invoice is submitted. Once you have received a confirmation email from us with your invoice attached, payment can be made either by check or via PayPal. Once we have successfully received payment from your delegation, we will send confirmation via e-mail. Please direct payment questions and concerns to [email protected]
1. By Check, please make all checks payable to: “Georgetown International Relations Association, Inc.” Please direct all payments to the following exact address:
ATTN: NAIMUN LV
3220 N St NW #176
Washington, DC 20007
2. By Credit Card, If you indicated that you would prefer to pay via PayPal, you will receive an email invoice from Paypal allowing you to make payment. Please note that a 4% service charge applies.
(must be stamped by)
Early Registration: September 27, 2017
Regular Registration: December 5, 2017
Late Registration: January 24, 2018
It is preferred that all payments are made within 30 days of registering, however, payments must be made by the deadline*. Payment deadline is based upon date of registration. Please note, if payment is not received by the corresponding deadline, you will be re-assigned to the fees of the following registration period (for example, if you do not meet the early payment deadline, you will no longer get early registration pricing; rather, you will be invoiced regular registration fees). An updated invoice will be sent, and payment will be required by the next payment period deadline. Failure to provide payment at this time will result in cancellation of a school’s registration.
*Alternative Payment Plans: We understand that making deadlines set by the conference sometimes can be difficult to achieve because of extenuating circumstances. If you need an alternative payment plan, please speak with our Director of Registration, Margaret Hodson, as soon as possible. We try our best to accommodate all schools, and notifying our Director of Registration about any extenuating circumstances will help your school avoid higher fees.