Registration

Every person who comes to the MBL to conduct research, participate in an education program, attend a conference, or rent library space is expected to complete a registration form. This does NOT apply to course students.

Research and Education

To register, please use the links below to access our registration system (Note: The MBL migrated to a new registration system on January 1, 2021. If you set up an account prior to that date your username and password will not work, and you will need to create a new account.) Once you have created an account, you will be able to select your registration category, request housing, and fill out any other relevant information.

Create an Account – Click here to create a registration account

Registration Portal – If you already have an account, click here to access the MBL Registration Portal. If you forgot your password, there is a “Forgot Your Password” option on the portal login page.

COVID-19 Safety Training

Two weeks prior to your arrival date, approved registrants will receive an email from MBL Online Training containing links and instructions for completing the MBL’s COVID-19 Safety Training and Attestation. This must be completed prior to arrival on campus and are a pre-requisite for obtaining an MBL identification and door access card (MBL Card).

Please contact education@mbl.edu or research@mbl.edu if you have any questions or concerns.

 

Logan Science Journalism Program

Please email dkenney@mbl.edu for information regarding this program.

 

Meetings and Workshops

Your registration form can be found on your meeting or workshop’s webpage. To register, please create a new account or use your existing log-in information.

You will be sent a link to the MBL’s COVID-19 Safety Training and Attestation prior to your meeting start date. These items must be completed prior to arrival on campus and are a pre-requisite for obtaining an MBL identification and door access card (MBL Card).

Please contact Conferences at conferences@mbl.edu if you have any questions or concerns.