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Esri Announces Student Rate for Annual International User Conference

Students wanting to attend Esri’s annual International User Conference happening in San Diego this July can take advantage of the company’s student rate.  For $100, students can attend the entire five-day conference which takes place from July 8 to 12, 2019 in San Diego, California at the Convention Center.  The student pass provides the same access to the plenary session, workshops, exhibits, and demonstrations that regular attendees receive.

Registering for the conference as a student requires an Esri account.  The full instructions for how to register for either the $100 weeklong student rate or one-day complimentary student pass are provided via on Esri’s GeoNet post.   Not described is what kind of proof of student status is required.

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