The 2017 Project Fibonacci® STEAM Conference
Terms and Conditions

This registration agreement includes and incorporates by reference the Privacy Policy/Terms of Use posted in the footer below. You may also request a copy of the posted Registration Terms and Conditions, as well as the Privacy Policy/Terms of Use, by contacting
If you are paying by check, please note that the check must be postmarked by the corresponding deadline date in order to receive that pricing. A purchase order is not an accepted form of payment. If you arrive on-site with a balance due, you will be required to pay the full on-site price.
Early bird offers are only valid if the $150 deposit is made upon registration                                
(Early Bird discounted rate of $1,299 expires March 31, 2017)
The next available rate will be charged if full payment is not received before the deadline.
Participants and parents/guardians understand and agree that any cancellation and request for refund must be submitted in writing via mail, to the following address: 
The Project Fibonacci® Foundation, Inc.
c/o ANDRO Computational Solutions, LLC
Attention:  Registration
PO Box 543
Rome, NY 13442-0543
Cancellations and refunds for students under the age of 18, must be submitted by a parent or legal guardian. Any supporting documentation in connection with a cancellation or refund request must be received in writing no later than May 31, 2017.  Participants and parents further understand and agree that once a STEAM Scholar has been enrolled in the conference, the following cancellation fees will apply to tuition and any addition add-on service as applicable.
Cancellation Received by Project Fibonacci® Eligible Refund:
  • Registrations cancelled more than 60 days before the event will be refunded the balance of the paid registration fee, less a nonrefundable $500 deposit.
  • Registrations cancelled less than 60 but more than 30 days before the event will be refunded 50% of the paid registration fee.
  • Registrations cancelled 30 days or less before the event will not be eligible for a refund.
Students who are dismissed from the conference for disciplinary reasons or leave the conference early for any reason whatsoever are not eligible for a refund of the tuition.
Project Fibonacci® is granted permission to use and/or publish any photograph or image (including: audio, film, digital image or any other media) for educational purposes on their respective websites and/or for the promotion of their respective programs. I understand that I/my child/ward will not be compensated in any way for the use of our images and that I/we do not have approval over the final product in which it appears. I hereby release Project Fibonacci® and all persons acting under their permission or authority from any and all claims or liability arising out of use of our images. This release shall bind our heirs, guardians, assigns, and legal representatives.
To request that we remove your name from future print mailings, send a written request, specifying the name, company name and address you are requesting to have removed from the mailing list, to:
The Project Fibonacci® Foundation, Inc.
Attention: Registration
P.O. Box 543
Rome, NY 13442-0543
Every participant in the 2017 Project Fibonacci® STEAM Conference must submit a medical release form. These forms can be found at or can be sent upon request. The Project Fibonacci® Event Medic(s) will inventory and collect all medications/prescriptions (with the exception of life-threatening medications such as epi pens and inhalers) at registration. Medication/prescriptions will be locked at the Event Medics station (location which will be made known to you). As needed, participants will request their medication from the Event Medic for self-administration. Any need for assistance (e.g., injection) will be referred to the closest medical facility. Please specify any other health concerns, physical activity restrictions, and/or any other information you want the Project Fibonacci® staff and chaperones to be aware of on behalf of your child’s welfare. In the event that the emergency contact cannot be reached in an emergency when the participant is under Project Fibonacci® supervision, by accepting these Terms and Conditions, the parent/guardian gives permission to the physician selected by Project Fibonacci® to hospitalize, secure proper treatment for, and/or order injections, anesthesia, or surgery for the participant as needed.
Project Fibonacci® reserves the right to change these terms when applicable. Any such changes will be reflected on the Project Fibonacci® website under Terms and Conditions. It is the responsibility of the participant and delegates to be aware of the Terms and Conditions in effect at the time of their registration and participation.
Participants are expected to follow program expectations to ensure safety and a high-quality learning experience. The intent of this code is for attendees to be familiar with and strictly adhere to this Code of Conduct in its entirety. The student’s practice of carrying out the code of conduct results in generating a constructive setting that is conducive to a positive learning environment, teambuilding, enhanced decision making skills and safety for each participant.
              I.Behavior Code: Positive behavior exemplifies citizenship, respect, responsibility, compassion, understanding and integrity. It a key expectation for youth and adults participating in the Project FibonacciÒ program. Participants are responsible for fostering an environment that is free of disruptive behavior, avoid threats to persons or property, and supports individual rights. Students shall not use inappropriate language, gestures or any other actions that will hurt or could be offensive to others. Students are encouraged to promptly report violations or a suspected breach in this code.
              II.Dress Code: Participants must dress appropriately for the occasion and be neat and clean in appearance. Casual dress is acceptable and typically includes pants, khakis, cargo shorts, shirts, dresses (all at appropriate length). Unacceptable wear includes spaghetti straps, midriff shirts/blouses and tasteless verbiage on clothing. Full closed shoes or clean sneakers are acceptable.
              III.Bullying Policy: Teasing and bullying are forbidden; conduct that violates the rights of others is banned. Teasing and bullying, disrespect or violating the rights of others with regards to an individual’s race, age, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, disability, genetic background or appearance are strictly forbidden. Disciplinary action will be taken.
              IV.Drug/Alcohol Policy: Use of illegal drugs, alcohol, tobacco, nicotine products (including electronic cigarettes and chewing tobacco), theft, vandalism or leaving the premises without permission is forbidden and will be strictly enforced.
              V.Lodging Policy: Room assignments are made by the conference organizers. Participants are not permitted to change room assignments or to enter an unassigned hotel room. Participants requiring specialized accommodations must contact or (315) 334-1163.
              VI.Curfew Policy: Students must observe the 11:00 PM restriction. All participants must be in their assigned rooms by 10:30 PM and remain in their assigned room for the duration of the evening. Quiet hours are from 11:00 PM-6:00 AM.
              VII.Personal Belongings: Students are responsible for their own belongings. Valuables such as jewelry or large sums of money should be left at home. Personal electronic devices are the responsibility of the student. Project FibonacciÒ sponsors shall not be responsible for lost, damaged or stolen items.
              VIII.Our primary consideration is to provide a safe and secure environment. Staff members are responsible for enforcing the rules of conduct and these rules are not subject to interpretation. Each program participant is expected to follow them without exception.
              IX.Judicial Board Policy: A staff judicial board is in place to review allegations of a student’s breach of this Code of Conduct which may proceed to a hearing with the Board, if necessary. Disciplinary action will vary based on the degree of the offense. The Board will make a recommendation that may include notification to local law enforcement. Participants who commit any violation of the Code of Conduct shall be asked to leave and will be sent home at their own expense.
NOTE: In addition to any disciplinary action imposed by the Project Fibonacci® staff, scholars who violate the Code of Conduct may be subject to additional consequences imposed by their public, private or higher educational institution. Project Fibonacci® will report all violations to home school or higher educational liaisons.