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PCC Sponsors Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education; Free Registration Code

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Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education is an opportunities to learn and engage in the sustainability movement. PCC is a host institution for this virtual conference and our sponsorship includes free registration to all PCC students, staff and faculty.

PCC is excited to be a Host Institution for this year’s Global Conference on Sustainability in Higher Education, a virtual conference taking place October 12-14, 2021. GCSHE offers three full days of live content and networking, plus eighty days of on-demand access (through December 31). As a Host Institution, we have unlimited registration passes for our students, faculty and staff. This sponsorship was graciously supported by the student-funded EcoSocial Justice Grant.

Sign up using the instructions below to gain free access to this great event:

  1. Click HERE to register (select Attendee). If you are a Presenter or Student Presenter, use the Presenter Access Code provided in your acceptance email.
  2. Fill out all the relevant fields. Use your institutional email address only. The Discount Code is linked to your institution’s email domain (@pcc.edu). Other email addresses (such as Gmail, Outlook, or Yahoo) will not work with the Discount Code and will be deleted.
  3. After entering your ticket, but before clicking Checkout, enter the following Promotional Code and hit Apply: PCC29JUL21
  4. This will drop your total to $0.00.
  5. Complete your registration.

Registration deadline is October 14, 2021 at 11:59 pm ET

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to Briar Schoon at briar.schoon@pcc.edu.

We hope you will be able to join us!

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