Get assistance below to Frequently Asked Questions.
Yes, we plan to return to Indianapolis for the 94th National FFA Convention & Expo with an energetic, in-person experience Oct. 27 – 30, 2021, and a virtual program.
At this time, vaccines are not required to attend our event.
At this time, we will follow all guidelines set by the city, state, venues and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
The health and safety of our members are always at the forefront of our decisions. National FFA will continue to follow all health guidelines set by the county, state and the CDC regarding gathering, sanitizing, and food and beverage safety. Information will be provided to all attendees before the event.
Registration will open on Wednesday, Sept. 15, at 6 p.m. EDT. Registration pricing and details will be coming this summer. For more information, contact the registration support team, email@example.com.
Yes, students who are competing or not competing can attend in person.
Currently there is not a cap on attendance for 2021.
Many of these types of venues have or are going cashless. We are working through this with each facility for the convention and will communicate when we have the final answer.
Official jackets will not be available for purchase at the 94TH National FFA Convention & Expo. The jacket order deadline is Sept. 24, 2021 to receive prior to convention.
The FFA Blue Room will be entirely virtual in 2021.
There is no fee to access the virtual FFA Blue Room.
In the virtual FFA Blue Room, students can explore innovations and new technologies, learn about careers they didn’t even know existed, and envision a more sustainable future. The virtual FFA Blue Room is a part of our focus on technology and innovation through Blue 365.
The virtual FFA Blue Room will remain open through the end of the academic school year. We encourage members to visit the virtual FFA Blue Room every month to watch Blue Stage presenters give Ted-X-style presentations on the future of agriculture.