Costs

Costs

DATIC 2017 Workshop Costs:

Each five-day workshop is $1,500. The three-day Longitudinal Modeling using Mplus workshop is $1,000. Please note that there is a non-refundable $75.00 cancellation fee. Registration is non-refundable after May 1.

If you wish to stay in the residence halls, you can register and pay for housing at the DATIC registration site.  The cost is $50 for a shared dorm room and $70 for a single dorm room. If you wish to stay in the On-Campus Hotel (Nathan Hale), you should contact the hotel directly. You can visit the Nathan Hale webite or check this page for more information on the hotel reservation procedure.

DATIC Registration

5-Day Workshops (HLM, Dyadic Analysis and SEM)

Workshop
Housing
Cost/Night
Housing Cost
Total
$1,500
Single Campus Housing
$70
$350
$1,850
$1,500
Double Campus Housing
$50
$250
$1,750
$1,500
No housing
$1,500

 

3-Day Workshop (Longitudinal Modeling using Mplus)

Workshop
Housing
Cost/Night
Housing Cost
Total
$1000
Single Campus Housing
$70
$210
$1210
$1000
Double Campus Housing
$50
$150
$1150
$1000
No housing
$1000 

Do you offer student discounts?

Sorry, but no.  Our course prices for everyone are actually comparable to the grad student prices for many other workshops.   In addition, we cap the classes at around 20 participants so that we can use the computer lab and provide more individualized attention.  For these reasons, we are unable to offer student discounts.


Refund Policy

Cancellations prior to May 1 will receive a full refund, minus a $75.00 cancellation fee. This fee defrays the cost of the credit card charges and the registration site charges.

Cancellations made after May 1 will not be refunded unless we can fill your spot.  You may substitute another student in your place.

Accommodations

There are three choices for accommodations for the DATIC workshops:

  • UConn’s on-campus hotel (The Nathan Hale)
  • A single dorm room with shared bath
  • Double dorm room with shared bath

The dorm rooms are relatively new and they are air conditioned; however, they are still dorm rooms. Sheets are provided for the beds, but you will need to make your own bed, and there isn’t any daily maid service. The dorm rooms are suites— two bedrooms are on either side of a shared bathroom. This means that if you’re in a single dorm room with a shared bath, you share your bathroom with one other person. If you are in a double dorm room with a shared bath, you share the bathroom with three other people.

The price of the double dorm rooms is $50.00 per night; the price of the single dorm rooms is $70.00 per night, and the price of the Nathan Hale hotel is $130.00 per night. If you arrange for accommodations through us, the cost includes accommodations for five evenings. We generally assume that people will need accommodations Sunday through Thursday night. However, if you prefer to have your accommodations run Monday–Friday night, that can be arranged. Just let us know. If you need extra nights of lodging, please let us know and we will work with you to make sure that your individual needs are accommodated.