Online registration is closed. You must now register onsite.
Register by fax or email (.pdf)
AOCS Member Rates
Non Member Rates
All registration types, excluding single-day passes, include access to:
- Technical Sessions
- Hot Topics Symposia and Special Sessions
- Awards Plenary and Business Meeting
- Industry Showcases
- Networking Events
Students must be full-time, working less than 50% in professional employment. A professor must confirm the student’s full-time status on university letterhead.
Young Professionals must be active individual members of AOCS (for less than 10 years) and be 34 years of age or younger. Young Professional status will be verified at badge pick-up.
AOCS Corporate Members may receive complimentary and/or special discounted registrations. Contact Doreen Berning at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 217-693-4813 for information on corporate benefits.
Optional Events and Guest Tickets
Optional ticketed events during the AOCS Annual Meeting include Division, Section, and Common Interest Group luncheons and dinners.
Guest tickets are available for the President’s Welcome Reception on Sunday, Monday Happy Hour, and Tuesday Happy Hour. Tickets are available for purchase on-site, or in advance by contacting Doreen Berning at email@example.com or +1 217-693-4813.
Travel Grants and Funding Available
The European Section, Industrial Oil Products Division, and Protein and Co-Products Division all offer funding assistance through travel grants to attend the AOCS Annual Meeting. Please visit the respective webpages for guidelines on available programs.
AOCS, Divisions, and Sections also offer a variety of awards, including travel reimbursement and honorariums, for presenters at the AOCS Annual Meeting. Please visit the Awards Page for guidelines, applications, and other details.
Student rates for the short courses are available by contacting Doreen Berning at firstname.lastname@example.org or +1 217-693-4813. Students must be full-time, working less than 50% in professional employment. A professor must confirm the student’s full-time status on university letterhead.