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When is the 2020 MOST Conference?
The 2020 MOST Conference will be held virtually on July 19 – 21, 2020 at the University of Mississippi in Oxford, MS.

Do I have to pre-register for the event? Even though it is virtual?

Yes! In order to accurately prepare for the event and ensure all participants receive conference materials, students MUST register for the event by 5 p.m. CST on June 19th. 

I cant log-in to complete the registration  and/or I want to verify my registration was received.

Send an email to that includes your First & Last Name, DOB, High School, and a brief description of the issue you are having accessing the registration form . 

Do I have to pay to attend?

No. The MOST Conference is free to attend!

Is there anything for my parent/guardian to participate in during  the MOST Conference? 

Yes! There will be portions of the conference in which they are invited to participate. More details to come!

What kind of technology will I need to participate in the virtual conference?

The conference will consist of a variety of programming across various online platforms including, but not limited to: Zoom, YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, etc. For optimal experience, participants should have access to a computer/laptop and/or a phone/tablet to participate in events. 

Since the conference is virtual, do I have to participate in all of the sessions?

Registrants will receive a detailed schedule for the conference on July 1st. This schedule will indicate which sessions are optional versus mandatory. We understand that students may have other obligations during this time and will offer certain sessions multiple times throughout the day and/or record sessions so they can be reviewed!

Will there be an in-person version of the conference?

The MOST Staff & Advisory Board are working diligently to plan a safe and immersive in person experience for students in the Spring of 2021! While no plans are final, only students who participate in the virtual event will be invited to attend the in-person experience.