The main event will be located in the JSCBB building at:
3415 Colorado Avenue
Boulder, CO 80303
Parking will be available all weekend in lot #543 (on the northwest corner of the building). Be sure to follow directions on the signs so you don’t park in permit only parking.
Unfortunately, due to university and budget restrictions, we will be unable to provide a place for you to stay overnight. You must either remain awake through the night in the venue (campus policy) or find your own accomodations.
You should book flights into Denver International Airport (DEN). From there you can take the AB line that runs from the airport directly to campus. The bus schedule and fares can be found here. You can buy tickets at the airport, paying directly to the driver with cash, or through the RTD Mobile Ticket app. Also, make sure to bring $9.00 cash for the bus ride back to the airport as there are no ticket machines where you can pay with card near our campus. Keep your bus receipts so we can reimburse you later if you were approved for reimbursement.
From the airport, take the AB line (Westbound) Downtown Boulder Station line and get off at the Broadway & Euclid stop near the University of Colorado Boulder.
We love international participants! Check the ESTA website to see if you are applicable. If you need a visa we can provide you with a signed invitation letter for your visa. The rest of the arrangements must be made on your own.
Whether you’re flying in or taking the public bus, you will have 5 days to RSVP once you are granted reimbursement to upload your travel receipts to our reimbursement form. After this period, we cannot guarantee admission and will not increase your travel cap.
You should anticipate arriving by or before 8 AM Saturday, February 22nd and leaving after 5 PM on Sunday, February 23rd.
If you cannot book travel for Sunday night and want to leave on Monday morning, please try and arrange to stay with a friend on campus. We can try and help you arrange somewhere to stay, but cannot guarantee availability.
We will be offering flight reimbursements on a case-by-case basis. If approved by our admin team via email, you will be required to submit travel receipts on our travel reimbursement form. Your entire flight may or may not be covered by reimbursements.
If you research transportation from your location and find the travel cap to be unreasonable, feel free to contest it with us by emailing email@example.com.
Receipts should include:
Not all travel receipts will include the name of the purchaser, but for airline receipts, the person being reimbursed needs to be shown as the traveling party. Some ground transportation receipts (such as Uber and Lyft) usually include the name of the person who used the service. For other types of travel receipts (bus, taxi, shuttle service, etc.), even if the receipt does not show the traveler’s name, the person expecting reimbursement needs to obtain some form of receipt. If payment for the travel service was made with a debit or credit card, copies of the transaction on a bank statement could support proof of payment for the service.
If you are traveling by car please submit gas receipts as well as a Google Maps screenshot that shows where you traveled from and mileage.
Have any questions? Feel free to contact us here or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.