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37th Annual CSUN Assistive Technology Conference Has Concluded

January 2022


We are excited for the community to gather together again when the 2022 CSUN Assistive Technology Conference returns to the Anaheim Marriott in March. Attendee Registration opens Tuesday, January 11th, so make sure to register early to save money before the late rate begins on Wednesday, February 9th. Your last chance to register will be Tuesday, March 8th, at 3:00 PM PST. There will be no onsite registration! For details on rates, discounts, and other important dates and deadlines, visit our Registration Information.

Attendees have access to our educational sessions, the Keynote Address Program, and the Welcome Reception taking place after your preview of our Exhibit Hall. While registering, you can also add Pre-Conference Workshops for more in-depth content and pre-purchase box lunches to make your conference days easier.

Rest assured, the conference is taking all measures to hold a safe event for all conference participants. Vaccination and mask requirements, health screenings, and sanitization protocols have been put into place. Please refer to our Health & Safety statement on the conference website for more details about our commitment to your health and safety.


If you want to be close to all the conference activities, the best choice is the Anaheim Marriott, the official conference hotel. We've negotiated a special room rate of $199 but act fast, as the room block closes on Saturday, February 19th. Visit our Venue Page for all the details to make your reservation.


Accommodations have always been available for attendees of the CSUN AT Conference. ASL, CART services, Assistive Listening Devices, and DAISY materials must be requested in advance when you are registering. The deadline to request accommodations is March 3rd. Onsite requests are not guaranteed and are subject to availability.

In addition, with the assistance of the Dayle McIntosh Center, a blind/low vision tour is held for conference attendees to help get their bearings of the hotel lobby level and conference areas. Make sure to mark your interest during the registration process to participate, and you will be contacted before the conference with details.