Safety and accessibility

We’re committed to creating a safe and accessible experience for everyone who comes to the NTC.

As a community, we respect and protect one another. Whether you attend in Denver or virtually, there are many ways we’re making NTC safe and accessible for all.

Code of conduct

We do not tolerate discrimination or harassment in any form. NTC attendees, speakers, sponsors, and exhibitors must follow NTEN’s code of conduct during the NTC.

Read the code of conduct

Health and safety

NTEN is committed to producing a healthy and safe event, with the understanding that there is no way to eliminate all risk. Masks and vaccination are requested, but not required in the Colorado Convention Center. The convention center has been improving its air quality and ventilation systems. Attendees participate at their own risk. If you’re unable to attend in Denver, we provide a virtual NTC experience.


The NTC aims to be inclusive and accessible to everyone. The accessibility guide has details about in-Denver and virtual accessibility, as well as tips on how to be an ally. Just about everyone will find something useful in the guide — there’s information about dietary needs, gender-inclusive restrooms, quiet spaces, visual and hearing accessibility, and more.

When you register for the NTC, we’ll ask you to tell us what accessibility support we can provide. NTEN will make every effort to accommodate requests received by March 10.

Get the accessibility guide

Religious observances

Due to scheduling constraints and contractual obligations caused by the pandemic, 23NTC overlaps with Passover and Ramadan. The accessibility guide explains how we're supporting people who observe these holidays.


Email us if there’s a way we can improve your NTC experience.

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