Marriott Marquis Washington, DC
901 Massachusetts Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20001
Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA) is approximately 4.6 miles away from the Marriott Marquis Washington, DC and the most accessible airport to the conference venue.
Estimated Taxi Fare: $16 USD
Estimated UberX Fare: $13-17 USD
Wednesday, September 4 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
Thursday, September 5 7:30 am to 5:00 pm
Friday, September 6 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Saturday, September 7 9:00 am to 3:00 pm
Please note that the following meals will be provided at the conference:
September 5: Lunch
September 6: Lunch
September 7: Lunch
September 8: Lunch
It is suggested that attendees allocate $76 as a daily food allowance (based on the GSA per diem rate for Washington, DC).
The dress code for USCA is business casual attire during the conference.
Only conference registrants can make a hotel reservation at the special 2019 USCA rate.
You must submit a paid USCA registration first to be able to make a hotel registration. Your confirmation email will include a link to make a reservation at the hotel. Please do not contact the hotel directly as the Marriott Marquis DC will only reserve rooms for registered attendees that have been confirmed by NMAC.
For more information about the hotel, please visit http://2019usca.org/our-venue.
Submissions are accepted through the online portal only. The submission deadline is Friday, April 5, 2019. To submit an abstract please follow the instructions listed on the Abstract Tab.
Yes. USCA offers scholarships to help defray the cost of conference attendance. There are two types of scholarships offered specifically for USCA:
Option A: USCA Registration Only
Option B: USCA Registration, $100.00 travel subsidy and four (4) nights lodging at the official conference hotel
Other NMAC programs also offer opportunities to attend the conference. More information about all scholarships offered and how to apply, will be available February 15, 2019.
NMAC and its program partners encourage freedom of expression as an essential principle in the response to HIV. Activism has always played a central role in our movement and we encourage debate and dialogue as key elements of USCA, including the right to peacefully protest. However, NMAC and its partners oppose the disruption of conference sessions, satellite meetings or exhibitions that results in the inability of attendees to take full advantage of the learning and educational opportunities available at the conference. We ask that everyone respect the mission, spirit and integrity of USCA and use their best judgment if/when organizing demonstrations. For those who will be organizing demonstrations or protests during any part of the conference, including the Exhibit Hall, we ask that you kindly inform Conferences staff (firstname.lastname@example.org) and designate a contact person for your demonstration. We also ask that you:
NMAC reserves the right to determine whether a demonstration is disruptive and/or detrimental to the mission and values of USCA. We appreciate the need for freedom of expression. We also want to balance this need with the needs of our constituents, sponsors, and exhibitors to ensure that USCA is productive for everyone. As such, we require all attendees to follow these policies. If you do not, you may be escorted out of the conference and banned from attending future NMAC sponsored conferences.
Affinity Sessions are impromptu meetings of conference attendees who want to discuss a particular subject.
The affinity session schedule is as follows:
To reserve an affinity session use the link below. Confirmation of your time and location will come in August 2019.
The DC host Committee is now accepting applications to volunteer for USCA.
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