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A paper with the first named author being a student is a student paper. It does not matter whether the rest of the authors are students or not.
This refers to membership of the IEEE. If you are a member of the IEEE, you get a member registration.
Each accepted paper requires a full member or non-member registration. After this full registration is paid, other student authors can register as students.
First, you should register as a full member or non-member. This will entitle you to 2 papers. You then pay the extra fees for the 3rd paper on top of the 2 you are entitled for. In this example, you will need to pay $300 USD for the 3rd paper. Then, your students can register as students.
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