Pricing and Registration Information
2014-2015 REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN FOR
MARCH AND MAY.
Pre-registration is strongly encouraged.
Walk-in registrants are welcome if space permits.
Other than online credit card payments, checks and money orders are the only forms of payment for mail-ins/walk-ins.
Cash cannot be accepted.
We are working to offer the following Continuing Education for the 2014-2015 Forensic Fridays series, and once Continuing Education is confirmed for a certain seminar, it will be listed as confirmed under that category: CLE, Continuing Nursing Education, Coroners Education, Social Work
Half-Day Forensic Fridays
Full Day Forensic Fridays
|Non-DU students (post-secondary)||$10||$20|
Click here for a mail-in registration form.
Click here for online registration. Carefully read through the registration link and choose the appropriate field.
PLEASE NOTE: The online registration link includes many fields of data for the following:
professional continuing education credit registrants
general public registrants
It also includes many fields for registrants who qualify for 20% discounts from the following groups (PROPER I.D. REQUIRED AT CHECK-IN):
U.S. Armed Forces Veterans
Groups of 5 or more
Please see the menu in the right column of this page to learn more about the * items for continuing education and about seminar descriptions.
Duquesne University Faculty, Staff and Students
Registration is free for all full-time faculty, staff and students of DU. However, we do ask faculty/staff and DU students to pay a service charge of $5/half-day and $10/full-day, payable ONLY by check or money order (made payable to Duquesne University, whether in advance or at the door. Faculty, staff and students should register by filling out this form, or by emailing email@example.com.
High School and Middle School Teachers
If you are a middle or high school teacher interested in bringing a class, please register yourself only and contact the Institute to register your class. We ask that each student pay a service fee (in lieu of a registration fee) of $5/half-day seminar, or $10/full-day seminar, and teachers pay the general public registration cost, but the group discount can be applied to the teacher's registration charge. (For example, a teacher with a group of 10 students would pay only $32.00 instead of $40.00 for a full-day FF seminar, and the students would pay $10.00 each) Cash cannot be accepted as a form of payment.