Summit Postponement FAQ


Last updated: 3/11/2020

Why is the Summit postponed?

Based on the evaluation of evolving circumstances of the Coronavirus and newly implemented travel restrictions in place at many institutions,  SSB held discussion with our host institution, Arizona State University and we collectively determined that postponing the Summit was the best course of action.

SSB and ASU recognize that our primary obligation is to protect the health and safety of participants and the community, and we took this measure in alignment with that obligation.

Will it be rescheduled?

Yes, we’re looking forward to an incredible event in Tempe. We will continue to monitor the situation and are working with ASU and our partners to determine a new date over the next several weeks.

What do I do if I have already registered?

If you’ve already registered, nothing is needed from you at this time. Once we’ve confirmed the new dates, we’ll reach out to each one of you to confirm your registration.

Should I cancel my flight?

If you have booked your flight, please cancel via your respective airline or by following the travel procedures established by your institution.

Should I cancel my hotel reservation?

If you have the option to cancel your reservation through your Tempe Missions Palms itinerary, please do so or follow the travel procedures established by your institution. If you have any issues, please reach out Madison Southerlin (msoutherlin@ssbinfo.com) or Josh Jackson (jjackson@ssbinfo.com).

Who should I contact if I have additional questions?

Contact Madison Southerlin (msoutherlin@ssbinfo.com) for any additional questions or concerns.