Financial Aid for General Assembly
The General Assembly (GA) Office and Planning Committee are committed to the goal of making the General Assembly accessible to the maximum number of attendees possible. The Unitarian Universalist Association (UUA) Web Team provides extensive coverage of the General Assembly through our website so that those who are not able to join us in person may still participate.
Many sessions are recorded and are available for purchase.
The GA Planning Committee seeks sites for General Assembly by focusing on a combination of affordability, accessibility, and opportunity. The GA Office secures contracts with local hotels negotiating the lowest possible rates for our attendees and, where possible, securing alternative low-cost lodging such as local university dormitories, when available.
- Volunteering Opportunities (volunteer your time at GA in exchange for registration)
- Scholarship Opportunities
- GA on a Budget
- Fundraising Ideas for Congregations
UUA Board of Trustees Seeks UU Youth Stories
If you are a youth (completing 9th grade through one year out from high school graduation) the UUA Board invites you to share a brief video message (1-2 minutes) telling your unique story of engaging in Unitarian Universalism. We are looking for real stories of personal experiences. Share your own true story (and win a paid registration to GA 2015 or other Unitarian Universalist (UU) event)!
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