Institutional Membership

Institutional Membership

Engineering College Membership

Membership is offered to engineering schools with one or more programs accredited by ABET (formerly the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Engineering Technology) or the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB), and to engineering schools located outside of the U.S. and Canada. Institutions with ABET accredited programs at any level that also have doctoral programs in engineering should join ASEE as Doctoral Granting Engineering Schools, and those that do not have any doctoral programs in engineering should join ASEE as Non-Doctoral Granting Engineering Schools.

Engineering College Member schools are entitled to appoint one key contact (usually the dean) and three additional organizational contacts. The key contact may participate in ASEE's Engineering Deans Council (EDC). The Engineering Deans Council is composed of the deans from the engineering college members of ASEE, as well as deans from interested college affiliate members with engineering programs. The EDC's basic objectives are:

  1. to assess and recommend policies affecting administration of engineering colleges;
  2. to provide forums for discussion of issues and experiences in engineering colleges; and
  3. to speak on policy issues on behalf of member engineering colleges to the engineering community and the federal government.

As EDC members, deans have the opportunity to attend the annual Engineering Deans Institute, where they can discuss professional issues in an informal setting; learn about national issues and interact with national leaders at the annual Engineering Deans Council Public Policy Colloquium in Washington, D.C.; and participate in EDC committees and task forces in such areas as public policy, diversity, quality management, and EDC/ABET interaction. Engineering deans also share information through the EDC electronic listserv.

ENGINEERING DEANS at member institutions also receive a subscription to ASEE's weekly e-newsletter, Capitol Shorts, which provides commentary and background material on current congressional issues related to engineering education.

All four contacts receive a subscription to ASEE's award-winning magazine ASEE PRISM; and online access to the quarterly Journal of Engineering Education, ASEE's scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles; and online access to the annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology Colleges. Contacts also receive discounted member registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition (a savings of $100!), and all other regular individual membership benefits.

ANNUAL DUES:

Doctoral Granting Engineering Schools: $5,000
4-year Engineering Schools: $3,000

Engineering Technology College Membership

Membership is offered to Engineering Technology schools with one or more programs accredited by ABET or Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC). Institutions with ABET accredited programs at any level that also have doctoral programs in Engineering Technology should join ASEE as Doctoral Granting Engineering Technology Schools, and those that do not have any doctoral programs in Engineering Technology should join ASEE as Non-Doctoral Granting Engineering Technology Schools.

Engineering Technology College Member schools are entitled to appoint one key contact (usually the dean) and three additional organizational contacts. The key contact may participate in ASEE's Engineering Technology Council (ETC). ASEE's Engineering Technology Council is composed of a representative from each of the technology college members of ASEE, as well as a representative from each interested college affiliate member with engineering technology programs. The council is committed to promoting quality engineering technology education. Its objectives are:

  1. to assess and recommend policies affecting administration of the ABET-accredited Engineering colleges and institutes;
  2. to provide forums for discussion of issues and experiences in Engineering Technology colleges;
  3. to represent and speak on behalf of member Engineering Technology colleges to the engineering community; and
  4. to cooperate with other segments of ASEE on matters of common interest.

ETC representatives may attend ETC sessions at the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, as well as the Engineering Technology Leadership Institute conducted in the fall of each year. They also share information via the ETC electronic Listserv.

THE DEAN/HEAD of engineering technology at member institutions also receive a subscription to ASEE's weekly e-newsletter, Capitol Shorts, which provides commentary and background material on current congressional issues related to engineering education.

All four contacts receive a subscription to ASEE's award-winning magazine ASEE PRISM; and online access to the quarterly Journal of Engineering Education, ASEE's scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles; and online access to the annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology Colleges. Contacts also receive discounted member registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition (a savings of $100!), and all other regular individual membership benefits.

ANNUAL DUES:

Doctoral Granting Engineering Technology Schools: $5,000
4-year Engineering Technology Schools: $3,000
2-year Engineering Technology Schools: $700

Dual (Engineering and Engineering Technology) College Membership

Membership is offered to Engineering and Engineering Technology schools with one or more programs accredited by ABET or the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) or Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC). Institutions with ABET accredited programs at any level that also have doctoral programs in Engineering and Engineering Technology should join ASEE as Doctoral Granting Engineering and Engineering Technology (dual) Schools, and those that do not have any doctoral programs in Engineering or Engineering Technology should join ASEE as Non-Doctoral Granting Engineering and Engineering Technology (dual) Schools.

Dual College Member schools are entitled to appoint one key contact (usually the dean) ASEE's Engineering Deans Council (EDC), a second contact to the ASEE' Engineering Technology Council (ETC), and two additional organizational contacts.

The Engineering Deans Council is composed of the deans from the engineering college members of ASEE, as well as deans from interested college affiliate members with engineering programs. The EDC's basic objectives are to

  1. assess and recommend policies affecting administration of engineering colleges,
  2. provide forums for discussion of issues and experiences in engineering colleges, and
  3. speak on policy issues on behalf of member engineering colleges to the engineering community and the federal government.

As EDC members, deans have the opportunity to attend the annual Engineering Deans Institute, where they can discuss professional issues in an informal setting; learn about national issues and interact with national leaders at the annual Engineering Deans Council Public Policy Colloquium in Washington, D.C.; and participate in EDC committees and task forces in such areas as public policy, diversity, quality management, and EDC/ABET interaction. Engineering deans also share information through the EDC electronic listserv.

ASEE's Engineering Technology Council is composed of a representative from each of the technology college members of ASEE, as well as a representative each interested college affiliate member with engineering technology programs. The council is committed to promoting quality engineering technology education. Its objectives are:

  • to assess and recommend policies affecting the overall administration of the ABET-accredited engineering technology colleges and institutions;
  • to provide forums for discussion of issues and experiences of technology colleges and institutions;
  • to represent and speak on behalf of member technology colleges; and
  • to cooperate with other segments of ASEE on matters of common interest.

ETC representatives may attend ETC sessions at the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, as well as the Engineering Technology Leadership Institute conducted each year during the fall. Engineering technology leaders also share information through the ETC electronic listserv.

THE DEAN/HEAD of engineering technology at member institutions also receives a subscription to ASEE's monthly legislative newsletter, Capitol Circuit, which provides commentary and background material on current congressional issues related to engineering technology education, and receives weekly updates through ASEE's electronic newsletter, Capitol Shorts.

All four contacts receive a subscription to ASEE's award-winning magazine ASEE PRISM; and online access to the quarterly Journal of Engineering Education, ASEE's scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles; and online access to the annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology Colleges. Contacts also receive discounted member registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition (a savings of $100!), and all other regular individual membership benefits.

ANNUAL DUES:

Doctoral Granting Engineering and Engineering Technology (dual) Schools: $5,0000
Non-Doctoral Granting Engineering and Engineering Technology (dual) Schools: $4,200

International

Post-secondary schools outside the USA and Canada that have engineering or technology programs that are accredited by their national equivalents to ABET. International academic member schools receive the same benefits as US/Canadian member schools. Membership includes one main contact, plus three other contacts.

ANNUAL DUES: $1,500

International: Least Developed

Post-secondary schools outside the USA and Canada that have engineering or technology programs in countries designated as least developed by the United Nations. International academic member schools receive the same benefits as US/Canadian member schools. Membership includes one main contact, plus three other contacts.

ANNUAL DUES: $500

College Affiliate Membership

COLLEGE AFFILIATE MEMBERSHIP is offered to schools in the United States and Canada that offer engineering or technology programs that are not accredited by ABET or the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) or the National Council of Deans of Technology (NDOT)..  This includes community colleges and technical schools that wish to become more involved in engineering and engineering technology education, as well as colleges that offer pre engineering courses as part of 3/2 or dual-degree programs.  A college affiliate mem¬ber is entitled to appoint one key contact (usually the dean/head).  The key contact receives a subscription to ASEE’s award-winning magazine ASEE Prism, and is entitled to receive a subscription to the quarterly Journal of Engineering Education, ASEE’s scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles, and the annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology Colleges.  The key contact also receives discounted registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, and all other regular individual membership benefits.

THE DEAN of any ASEE college affiliate member school that offers programs in engineering may apply for associate membership in ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council. EDC Associate Members are defined as engineering units with programs that intend to seek accreditation from the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).  EDC Associate Members pay ASEE college affiliate member fees, are college affiliate member schools in ASEE if they meet membership require¬ments, and are elected for a three-year renewable term to EDC membership after approval by the EDC Execu¬tive Board.  EDC Associate Members are non-voting members of the Council.

THE DEAN/HEAD of each ASEE college affiliate member school that offers programs in engineering technology may participate as a representative to ASEE’s Engineering Technology Council (ETC).  (See the preceding ETC description under “Technology College Membership.”)

THE DEAN/HEAD ALSO receives a subscription to ASEE’s monthly legislative newsletter, Capitol Circuit, which provides commentary and background material on current congressional issues related to engineering and technology education, and receives weekly updates via ASEE’s electronic newsletter, Capitol Shorts.

ANNUAL DUES: $350

K-12 School Membership

K-12 INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERSHIP is offered to K-12 schools and school districts that are interested in improving the teaching of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects at pre-college levels. K-12 institutional members are entitled to name four persons to receive no-cost individual membership as organizational contacts.

K-12 organizational contact members are full members of the Society. Each receives a subscription to ASEE's award-winning magazine, ASEE Prism, and is entitled to a subscription to the Journal of Engineering Education, ASEE's quarterly scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles, and to a copy of ASEE's annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology Colleges, containing information from ASEE's annual survey. Contacts are automatically members of the K-12 & Pre-College Engineering Division, may affiliate with up to five more of ASEE's 52 professional interest divisions, receive discounted fees to attend the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, and are eligible to hold volunteer leadership positions at all levels of the Society, from local to national.

Annual Dues: $175

Additional Opportunity

Engineering Research Council Membership

FOR AN ADDITIONAL FEE, institutional members can participate in ASEE's Engineering Research Council (ERC). The ERC is composed of engineering faculty members and research administrators, as well as representatives of corporations and government agencies who are concerned about the funding and administration of federal research funds to engineering colleges. Its basic objectives are:

  1. to assess and recommend policies related to engineering research and its effective operation and administration;
  2. to provide forums for discussion and information exchange of problems and experiences in engineering research matters;
  3. to establish and maintain liaison with other organizations concerned with engineering research and its administration;
  4. to assist the members to make contacts with one another; and
  5. to maintain informal communication networks for the discussion of topics of mutual interest.

The council's annual workshop and forum provides the opportunity to share information about engineering research and administration topics, and to interact with colleagues from industry, government, and other colleges and universities.

Annual Dues: $150 additional

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For more information regarding any of these programs please send an e-mail to Membership or call the Membership Department at 202-331-3519.

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Institutional Membership

Institutional Membership

Engineering College Membership

Membership is offered to engineering schools with one or more programs accredited by ABET (formerly the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Engineering Technology) or the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB), and to engineering schools located outside of the U.S. and Canada. Institutions with ABET accredited programs at any level that also have doctoral programs in engineering should join ASEE as Doctoral Granting Engineering Schools, and those that do not have any doctoral programs in engineering should join ASEE as Non-Doctoral Granting Engineering Schools.

Engineering College Member schools are entitled to appoint one key contact (usually the dean) and three additional organizational contacts. The key contact may participate in ASEE's Engineering Deans Council (EDC). The Engineering Deans Council is composed of the deans from the engineering college members of ASEE, as well as deans from interested college affiliate members with engineering programs. The EDC's basic objectives are:

  1. to assess and recommend policies affecting administration of engineering colleges;
  2. to provide forums for discussion of issues and experiences in engineering colleges; and
  3. to speak on policy issues on behalf of member engineering colleges to the engineering community and the federal government.

As EDC members, deans have the opportunity to attend the annual Engineering Deans Institute, where they can discuss professional issues in an informal setting; learn about national issues and interact with national leaders at the annual Engineering Deans Council Public Policy Colloquium in Washington, D.C.; and participate in EDC committees and task forces in such areas as public policy, diversity, quality management, and EDC/ABET interaction. Engineering deans also share information through the EDC electronic listserv.

ENGINEERING DEANS at member institutions also receive a subscription to ASEE's weekly e-newsletter, Capitol Shorts, which provides commentary and background material on current congressional issues related to engineering education.

All four contacts receive a subscription to ASEE's award-winning magazine ASEE PRISM; and online access to the quarterly Journal of Engineering Education, ASEE's scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles; and online access to the annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology Colleges. Contacts also receive discounted member registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition (a savings of $100!), and all other regular individual membership benefits.

ANNUAL DUES:

Doctoral Granting Engineering Schools: $5,000
4-year Engineering Schools: $3,000

Engineering Technology College Membership

Membership is offered to Engineering Technology schools with one or more programs accredited by ABET or Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC). Institutions with ABET accredited programs at any level that also have doctoral programs in Engineering Technology should join ASEE as Doctoral Granting Engineering Technology Schools, and those that do not have any doctoral programs in Engineering Technology should join ASEE as Non-Doctoral Granting Engineering Technology Schools.

Engineering Technology College Member schools are entitled to appoint one key contact (usually the dean) and three additional organizational contacts. The key contact may participate in ASEE's Engineering Technology Council (ETC). ASEE's Engineering Technology Council is composed of a representative from each of the technology college members of ASEE, as well as a representative from each interested college affiliate member with engineering technology programs. The council is committed to promoting quality engineering technology education. Its objectives are:

  1. to assess and recommend policies affecting administration of the ABET-accredited Engineering colleges and institutes;
  2. to provide forums for discussion of issues and experiences in Engineering Technology colleges;
  3. to represent and speak on behalf of member Engineering Technology colleges to the engineering community; and
  4. to cooperate with other segments of ASEE on matters of common interest.

ETC representatives may attend ETC sessions at the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, as well as the Engineering Technology Leadership Institute conducted in the fall of each year. They also share information via the ETC electronic Listserv.

THE DEAN/HEAD of engineering technology at member institutions also receive a subscription to ASEE's weekly e-newsletter, Capitol Shorts, which provides commentary and background material on current congressional issues related to engineering education.

All four contacts receive a subscription to ASEE's award-winning magazine ASEE PRISM; and online access to the quarterly Journal of Engineering Education, ASEE's scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles; and online access to the annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology Colleges. Contacts also receive discounted member registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition (a savings of $100!), and all other regular individual membership benefits.

ANNUAL DUES:

Doctoral Granting Engineering Technology Schools: $5,000
4-year Engineering Technology Schools: $3,000
2-year Engineering Technology Schools: $700

Dual (Engineering and Engineering Technology) College Membership

Membership is offered to Engineering and Engineering Technology schools with one or more programs accredited by ABET or the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) or Technology Accreditation Canada (TAC). Institutions with ABET accredited programs at any level that also have doctoral programs in Engineering and Engineering Technology should join ASEE as Doctoral Granting Engineering and Engineering Technology (dual) Schools, and those that do not have any doctoral programs in Engineering or Engineering Technology should join ASEE as Non-Doctoral Granting Engineering and Engineering Technology (dual) Schools.

Dual College Member schools are entitled to appoint one key contact (usually the dean) ASEE's Engineering Deans Council (EDC), a second contact to the ASEE' Engineering Technology Council (ETC), and two additional organizational contacts.

The Engineering Deans Council is composed of the deans from the engineering college members of ASEE, as well as deans from interested college affiliate members with engineering programs. The EDC's basic objectives are to

  1. assess and recommend policies affecting administration of engineering colleges,
  2. provide forums for discussion of issues and experiences in engineering colleges, and
  3. speak on policy issues on behalf of member engineering colleges to the engineering community and the federal government.

As EDC members, deans have the opportunity to attend the annual Engineering Deans Institute, where they can discuss professional issues in an informal setting; learn about national issues and interact with national leaders at the annual Engineering Deans Council Public Policy Colloquium in Washington, D.C.; and participate in EDC committees and task forces in such areas as public policy, diversity, quality management, and EDC/ABET interaction. Engineering deans also share information through the EDC electronic listserv.

ASEE's Engineering Technology Council is composed of a representative from each of the technology college members of ASEE, as well as a representative each interested college affiliate member with engineering technology programs. The council is committed to promoting quality engineering technology education. Its objectives are:

  • to assess and recommend policies affecting the overall administration of the ABET-accredited engineering technology colleges and institutions;
  • to provide forums for discussion of issues and experiences of technology colleges and institutions;
  • to represent and speak on behalf of member technology colleges; and
  • to cooperate with other segments of ASEE on matters of common interest.

ETC representatives may attend ETC sessions at the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, as well as the Engineering Technology Leadership Institute conducted each year during the fall. Engineering technology leaders also share information through the ETC electronic listserv.

THE DEAN/HEAD of engineering technology at member institutions also receives a subscription to ASEE's monthly legislative newsletter, Capitol Circuit, which provides commentary and background material on current congressional issues related to engineering technology education, and receives weekly updates through ASEE's electronic newsletter, Capitol Shorts.

All four contacts receive a subscription to ASEE's award-winning magazine ASEE PRISM; and online access to the quarterly Journal of Engineering Education, ASEE's scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles; and online access to the annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology Colleges. Contacts also receive discounted member registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition (a savings of $100!), and all other regular individual membership benefits.

ANNUAL DUES:

Doctoral Granting Engineering and Engineering Technology (dual) Schools: $5,0000
Non-Doctoral Granting Engineering and Engineering Technology (dual) Schools: $4,200

International

Post-secondary schools outside the USA and Canada that have engineering or technology programs that are accredited by their national equivalents to ABET. International academic member schools receive the same benefits as US/Canadian member schools. Membership includes one main contact, plus three other contacts.

ANNUAL DUES: $1,500

International: Least Developed

Post-secondary schools outside the USA and Canada that have engineering or technology programs in countries designated as least developed by the United Nations. International academic member schools receive the same benefits as US/Canadian member schools. Membership includes one main contact, plus three other contacts.

ANNUAL DUES: $500

College Affiliate Membership

COLLEGE AFFILIATE MEMBERSHIP is offered to schools in the United States and Canada that offer engineering or technology programs that are not accredited by ABET or the Canadian Engineering Accreditation Board (CEAB) or the National Council of Deans of Technology (NDOT)..  This includes community colleges and technical schools that wish to become more involved in engineering and engineering technology education, as well as colleges that offer pre engineering courses as part of 3/2 or dual-degree programs.  A college affiliate mem¬ber is entitled to appoint one key contact (usually the dean/head).  The key contact receives a subscription to ASEE’s award-winning magazine ASEE Prism, and is entitled to receive a subscription to the quarterly Journal of Engineering Education, ASEE’s scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles, and the annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology Colleges.  The key contact also receives discounted registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, and all other regular individual membership benefits.

THE DEAN of any ASEE college affiliate member school that offers programs in engineering may apply for associate membership in ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council. EDC Associate Members are defined as engineering units with programs that intend to seek accreditation from the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology (ABET).  EDC Associate Members pay ASEE college affiliate member fees, are college affiliate member schools in ASEE if they meet membership require¬ments, and are elected for a three-year renewable term to EDC membership after approval by the EDC Execu¬tive Board.  EDC Associate Members are non-voting members of the Council.

THE DEAN/HEAD of each ASEE college affiliate member school that offers programs in engineering technology may participate as a representative to ASEE’s Engineering Technology Council (ETC).  (See the preceding ETC description under “Technology College Membership.”)

THE DEAN/HEAD ALSO receives a subscription to ASEE’s monthly legislative newsletter, Capitol Circuit, which provides commentary and background material on current congressional issues related to engineering and technology education, and receives weekly updates via ASEE’s electronic newsletter, Capitol Shorts.

ANNUAL DUES: $350

K-12 School Membership

K-12 INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERSHIP is offered to K-12 schools and school districts that are interested in improving the teaching of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) subjects at pre-college levels. K-12 institutional members are entitled to name four persons to receive no-cost individual membership as organizational contacts.

K-12 organizational contact members are full members of the Society. Each receives a subscription to ASEE's award-winning magazine, ASEE Prism, and is entitled to a subscription to the Journal of Engineering Education, ASEE's quarterly scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles, and to a copy of ASEE's annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology Colleges, containing information from ASEE's annual survey. Contacts are automatically members of the K-12 & Pre-College Engineering Division, may affiliate with up to five more of ASEE's 52 professional interest divisions, receive discounted fees to attend the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, and are eligible to hold volunteer leadership positions at all levels of the Society, from local to national.

Annual Dues: $175

Additional Opportunity

Engineering Research Council Membership

FOR AN ADDITIONAL FEE, institutional members can participate in ASEE's Engineering Research Council (ERC). The ERC is composed of engineering faculty members and research administrators, as well as representatives of corporations and government agencies who are concerned about the funding and administration of federal research funds to engineering colleges. Its basic objectives are:

  1. to assess and recommend policies related to engineering research and its effective operation and administration;
  2. to provide forums for discussion and information exchange of problems and experiences in engineering research matters;
  3. to establish and maintain liaison with other organizations concerned with engineering research and its administration;
  4. to assist the members to make contacts with one another; and
  5. to maintain informal communication networks for the discussion of topics of mutual interest.

The council's annual workshop and forum provides the opportunity to share information about engineering research and administration topics, and to interact with colleagues from industry, government, and other colleges and universities.

Annual Dues: $150 additional

View a List of ASEE's Academic Institutional Members

Download the Application Form

Academic Institutional Membership Application Form PDF Icon (PDF: 371.7kb)

For more information regarding any of these programs please send an e-mail to Membership or call the Membership Department at 202-331-3519.

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