Registration Question

How much does Q2022 cost?

The Q2022 registration fees are listed below. Pricing includes five nights in on-campus housing, meals from Monday dinner to Saturday lunch, and access to the event.

 

Quizzers/Coaches - $195

Officials - $150

On-Campus Guests - $165

 

 

What are the team fees?

Team fees are listed below and can be added to coaches and officials registration in the optional items section.

 

Local - $100

District - $150

 

What is the Q2022 refund policy?

Unfortunately, we are unable to provide refunds for this event, but do allow transfers of registration to another individual through May 15, 2022.

 

General Event Questions

I am flying to Q2022.  Will an airport shuttle be available?  

Yes. You can sign up for the airport shuttle through your event registration.  

I would like to participate in adult quizzing; where do I sign up?

While registering for Q2022 you will be asked if you would like to add any additional items. From the list select ‘decades quizzing.’

 

Are Mount Vernon Nazarene University’s facilities air-conditioned?

All of the quiz buildings will be air-conditioned. Not all of the dorms have air-conditioning and we are working with the university to secure portable units and fans.

What type of activities will be available at night?

Optional recreational activities will be available on select evenings to all on-campus participants. Group games will be coordinated. The recreational schedule will be shared at a later date.

 

Housing Questions

 

Will housing for guests and family members be available on-campus?

Yes, guest housing will be available on-campus.

 

Will linens be available?

Yes, linens will be available to all on-campus guests.  The linen bundle will include:  two body towels, one hand towel, one wash rag, one top sheet (flat), one bottom sheet (fitted), and one blanket. Bring your own pillow.

Can my family park our RV on-campus?

We are working with Mount Vernon Nazarene University on these arrangements for a fee.

 

 

Meal Questions

 

What meals are included in my registration fee?

Your registration fee covers meals beginning with dinner on Monday, June 27, and continuing through breakfast on Saturday, July 2.

Will guests be able to purchase meals on campus?

A very limited number of meals will be available to purchase on-site. Those meals can be purchased through the cafeteria. The prices are listed below and do not include tax:

• Breakfast $5.40   •  Lunch $7.30   •  Dinner $8.40

 

 

Can I purchase meals prior to the event?

When you register as a participant or overnight guest, meals are included. Otherwise, you will need to purchase meals through the cafeteria at the event.

 

Are early meals available?

No, guests and participants will not have access to early meals on campus.

 

 

Will Q2022 be able to accommodate my dietary restrictions?

Our Q2022 team, along with the MVNU staff, is committed to doing everything we can to accommodate any food allergies or intolerances that are brought to our attention. Please be sure to provide details of your dietary restrictions in your registration. Food stations are clearly labeled and cafeteria staff is available to answer any additional questions.

Tournament Questions

Where will tournament brackets be posted?

All quizzing coaches will be given a Tournament Handbook during on-site registration. This handbook will contain all tournament brackets. If last-minute changes occur during the competition, updated brackets will be posted in the lobbies of the buildings hosting quizzing activities.

Will live video feed be available during the quizzing tournaments?

Yes, we do hope to provide live video feed for a limited portion of the quizzing tournament. Details will be shared a few weeks prior to the event via www.quizzingevents.com.  

How do I know if a team should be in the Novice or Experienced Division?

This is a common question! Coaches have the final say in what division their teams will compete. The only exception is a quizzer competing on a field team cannot also compete on a novice team. Ultimately, the appropriate division is based on the teams’ abilities as a whole as opposed to the level of any one particular quizzer on the team.  To provide some further guidance we have put together a list of questions to help you make a decision on what is the most appropriate division for the team.

1.      When does the team generally jump on a question? If it is consistently toward the beginning of a question we recommend placing them in the Experienced Division. If it is consistently toward the end or after hearing the complete question we recommend placing them in the novice division.

2.      In general, what is the commitment level of the team? Teams in the Experienced Division usually devote several hours a week to studying and memorizing verses. If your team does not commit as much time they will likely feel more comfortable in the novice division.

3.      How many members of your team competed at your Field’s Finals on a District or Local team and finished in the Top 20 overall on your Field?  If you have more than one quizzer who placed in the Top 20 of your Field Finals, then your team should quiz in the Experienced Division.  If your team has one or fewer members who finished in the Top 20 at your Field Finals, you will need to assess the overall competitiveness of the team based on your answers to question #1 and question #2 above.

Help—my question wasn’t answered here…

We are happy to help! The quizzingevents.com website will be continually updated with new information as the event draws closer. If you cannot find the answer to your question there, please contact our office by email using nyiquiz@nazarene.org or call 913.577.0550.