Join us Saturday, October 12th, 2013
Our conference is being held in a wheelchair accessible building! Please register online and let us know if there are any specific needs you have.
Assistance animals are allowed to be in all University buildings, including the residence halls if you will be staying with someone on campus.
The TIC Committee is working with UVM ACCESS to arrange for interpreters at the conference. Please register online and make sure you check the "ASL Interpreter required" box so that the committee can make sure that there are enough interpreters on the day of TIC.
More information will be available shortly! Please bear with us while we finalize plans. Thanks for your patience!
Alternative Formats of Conference Materials
The attendee packet will be available in large-print. If you would like a packet on floppy disk, CD, or in Braille, please notify us as soon as possible so that we can be sure to have it ready for you. Please register online and let us know if you would like to arrange for one of these options. Thanks!
There will be single stall gender neutral bathrooms availible throughout the Davis Centre.
UVM is a smoke-free campus, so all conference venues and events are smoke-free. Smoking is not allowed in any of the residence halls, administrative offices, libraries, dining halls, or building entrances. Smoking is allowed twenty feet beyond a building's exterior.
There will be a strict no-scent policy in effect at the conference. People with multiple chemical sensitivities, asthma, allergies, or other immune problems can experience serious and debilitating physical and neurological symptoms when exposed to the chemicals used in most scented products. Please think carefully about all the products you use and avoid using scented products before and during the conference. Scented products can include shampoo, soap, hair gel, hair spray, perfume/scented oils, skin lotion, shaving cream, makeup etc. Also, the TIC Committee is working with the university to use natural cleaners in the buildings for the conference.
You can view a UVM parking map here.