HackRPI 2019 Registration
Get pumped! RPI's 5th annual 24-hour hackathon will be on March 16-17, 2019 at Darrin Communications Center, Troy, NY. This event brings together designers, developers, entrepreneurs, and creative technologists to build awesome projects that solve the biggest issues facing our world today.

Before you come, we want to get to know you a bit!

What's your first name? *
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Last name? *
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Phone number? *
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Email? *
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Current school? *
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Gender? *
Birthday? *
First generation?
What's your focus?
Major? *
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Graduation year? *
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T-Shirt Size? *
Prior hackathon experience? *
Where are you traveling from? *
Will you be needing travel reimbursement? * *
Dietary restrictions? We'll do our best to accommodate! *
I will at all times abide by and conform to the Major League Hacking Code of Conduct while at the event. http://static.mlh.io/docs/mlh-code-of-conduct.pdf *
I authorize you to share my application/registration information for event administration, ranking, MLH administration, pre- and post-event informational e-mails, and occasional messages about hackathons in-line with the MLH Privacy Policy. I further I agree to the terms of both the MLH Contest Terms and Conditions and the MLH Privacy Policy. *
I hereby authorize Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and those acting on its behalf to record my likeness and voice on a video, audio, photographic, digital, electronic or any other medium; use my name in connection with these recordings; use, reproduce, exhibit or distribute in any medium these recordings for any purpose that they deems appropriate, including promotional or advertising efforts. *
I understand and agree that as a condition of my participation in HackRPI, by registering, acting for myself, my heirs, personal representatives and assigns, do hereby release, waive, and forever discharge Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute; Troy, New York; and their agents and representatives from any and all liability of any and every nature whatsoever. *
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