ASEE MEMBERSHIP

ASEE MEMBERSHIP

Why join ASEE?

The quality of our future engineers
affects the quality of our lives.


What is ASEE?

The American Society for Engineering Education

  • We are the only national convener of influencers in engineering education
  • We promote excellence in instruction, research, public service, and practice
  • We foster the technological education of society
  • We are a data analyzer and reporter
  • We manage national projects and events for the federal government and others

Learn more about what we do.


Member Benefits

Publications

Publications

ASEE provides its diverse membership which includes faculty, students, administrators, and industry professionals with a variety of publications. Your membership includes a subscription to Prism, an award winning magazine that features timely articles, cutting-edge technology, research breakthroughs, and important trends in engineering education. Members can also subscribe to the Journal of Engineering Education as well as a host of other publications. Learn more about ASEE Publications.

Conferences

Conferences

Members receive substantial savings when attending the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition and other ASEE sponsored events and meetings. Our conferences are committed to foster publication using the exchange of ideas and information while enhancing teaching methods and curricula as well as providing prime networking opportunities. As an added benefit Student members receive FREE registration, while Life and Retired members receive discounts at the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition.  Explore upcoming ASEE Conferences.

Workshops

Local Workshops

It’s important that ASEE provides you with opportunities to connect, interact, and engage with your peers in close proximity. Section and Zone activities and meetings allow you to participate in professional activities at the local level, and offer a chance for members to form regional networks of colleagues with common interests and goals. Be sure to take full advantage of these professional networking opportunities.

Divisions

Divisions (Professional Interest Groups)

ASEE members can choose from over 50 professional interest groups. These Divisions are the pulse of ASEE and provide members with professional development and networking opportunities within their area of interest or expertise. You are sure to find one that suits your needs. Find the Division that’s just right for you.

Resources

Resources & Tools

As an ASEE member you’ll have unlimited access to our Member-Only resources, tools, and content. Search the electronic membership directory, search for papers, review faculty openings or fellowship opportunities, or read the latest issue of a publication.

Discounts

Member Discounts

ASEE Perks program provides members with additional savings benefits from a variety of insurance plans, travel, and retail outlets.  Whether you need additional car insurance, or need to book a hotel for a business trip, ASEE has you covered. Learn more about additional savings and discounts.

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Are you ready to advance your field in meaningful and exciting ways?
Ready to connect to your peers, share ideas and make an impact?
This is the beginning of your journey.


What type of membership is right for you?

Individual Memberships are ideal for engineering professionals, engineering educators, engineering students, and others looking to expand their network, find publishing opportunities, join professional interest groups and much, much more...

Individual Membership Individual Membership

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Professional

Persons occupying or having occupied responsible positions in engineering instruction, research, or practice, and other persons having a demonstrated professional interest in engineering education. They may come from within or without the academic environment. Dues: $100/year, US; $100/year, Canada/Mexico; $114/year, International.

ANNUAL DUES

Professional, USA: $103.00
Professional, Canada and Mexico: $103.00
Professional, International: $117.42

Professional Online

The same attributes and benefits as Professional Members but receiving all benefits online. Members receive PRISM electronically.

ANNUAL DUES

Professional Online: $91.67
(Adjustments made based on World Bank Country classification)


International Professional Online

International Professional Online Membership rates are based on each country's World Bank GNI classification (which can be found here).

ANNUAL DUES

High Income: $91.67
Upper Middle Income: $59.74
Lower Middle Income: $18.54
Lower Income: $4.12

Teachers and administrators in P-12 schools or school systems which have a special interest in science, engineering, technology, and math education. P-12 Educators will receive membership in ASEE's Pre-College Engineering Education Division.

ANNUAL DUES

P-12 Educator: $51.50

Student

A student enrolled or interested in engineering, technology, or engineering/technology education at the graduate level.

ANNUAL DUES

Student: $30.90


Student Online

The same attributes as Student Members but receiving all benefits online. Members receive Prism Magazine electronically.

ANNUAL DUES

Student Online: $10.30


International Student Online

International Student Membership rates are based on each country's World Bank GNI classification (which can be found here).

ANNUAL DUES

High Income: $10.30
Upper Middle Income: $6.74
Lower Middle Income: $2.09
Lower Income: $0.42

Professional

Persons occupying or having occupied responsible positions in engineering instruction, research, or practice, and other persons having a demonstrated professional interest in engineering education. They may come from within or without the academic environment. Dues: $100/year, US; $100/year, Canada/Mexico; $114/year, International.

ANNUAL DUES

Professional, USA: $103.00
Professional, Canada and Mexico: $103.00
Professional, International: $117.42

Professional Online

The same attributes and benefits as Professional Members but receiving all benefits online. Members receive PRISM electronically.

ANNUAL DUES

Professional Online: $91.67
(Adjustments made based on World Bank Country classification)


International Professional Online

International Professional Online Membership rates are based on each country's World Bank GNI classification (which can be found here).

ANNUAL DUES

High Income: $91.67
Upper Middle Income: $59.74
Lower Middle Income: $18.54
Lower Income: $4.12

Teachers and administrators in P-12 schools or school systems which have a special interest in science, engineering, technology, and math education. P-12 Educators will receive membership in ASEE's Pre-College Engineering Education Division.

ANNUAL DUES

P-12 Educator: $51.50

Student

A student enrolled or interested in engineering, technology, or engineering/technology education at the graduate level.

ANNUAL DUES

Student: $30.90


Student Online

The same attributes as Student Members but receiving all benefits online. Members receive Prism Magazine electronically.

ANNUAL DUES

Student Online: $10.30


International Student Online

International Student Membership rates are based on each country's World Bank GNI classification (which can be found here).

ANNUAL DUES

High Income: $10.30
Upper Middle Income: $6.74
Lower Middle Income: $2.09
Lower Income: $0.42

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Institutional Memberships connect engineering colleges and other educational institutions to vast community or resources.

  • ABET Accredited Schools
  • Non-ABET Accredited Schools
  • Non-US Colleges
  • P-12 Institutional Memberships

START THE INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERSHIP APPLICATION PROCESS

ABET Accredited Schools

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QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • US-based universities with one (or more) engineering programs accredited by ABET's EAC (any level)

OPTIONAL

  • US-based universities with doctoral engineering programs accredited by ABET's EAC (any level)

BENEFITS

  • Power to appoint one key contact (usually the dean)
  • Power to appoint three additional organizational contacts
  • Key contact participation in ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC)
  • Discount registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition
  • Invite to the Engineering Deans Institute (EDI) (deans only)
  • Online access to the Journal of Engineering Education, our scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles
  • Online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology
  • Subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine
  • Subscription to Capital Shorts, our weekly e-newsletter on congressional issues affecting engineering education (deans only)
  • ​Engineering Deans Council
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering colleges
  3. Discuss political policies affecting engineering colleges
  • ENGINEERING DEANS INSTITUTE
  1. Discuss professional issues informally
  2. Learn about national issues and interact with national leaders at the annual Deans Council Public Policy Colloquium (PPC) in Washington, DC
  3. Participate in EDC committees covering public policy, diversity, quality management, and EDC/ABET
  4. Access and share information through the EDC electronic listserv

ANNUAL DUES

4-Year Engineering College: $3,150.00
4-Year Engineering Colleges w/ Doctoral Programs: $5,250.00

 

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • US-based universities with one (or more) engineering technology programs accredited by ABET's ETAC (any level)

OPTIONAL

  • US-based universities with doctoral engineering technology programs accredited by ABET’s EAC (any level)

BENEFITS

  • Power to appoint one key contact (usually the dean)
  • Power to appoint three additional organizational contacts
  • Key contact participation in ASEE’s Engineering Technology Council (ETC)
  • Discount registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition
  • Invite to the Engineering Technology Leadership Institute (ETLI) (deans only)
  • Online access to the Journal of Engineering Education, our scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles
  • Online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology
  • Subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine
  • Subscription to Capital Shorts, our weekly e-newsletter on congressional issues affecting engineering education (deans only)
  • ​Engineering Technology Council:
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering tech college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering tech colleges
  3. Represent engineering tech colleges to the engineering community-at-large
  4. Cooperate with other segments of ASEE on common matters
  • Engineering Technology Leadership Institute:
  1. Conducted in the fall of each year
  2. Discuss professional issues informally
  3. Participate in ETC sessions at the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition
  4. Access and share information through the EDC electronic listserv

ANNUAL DUES

4-Year Engineering Tech Colleges: $3,150.00
4-Year Engineering Tech Colleges w/ Doctoral Programs: $5,250.00

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • US-based universities with one (or more) engineering programs accredited by ABET’s EAC (any level)
  • ​US-based universities with one (or more) engineering technology programs accredited by ABET’s EAC (any level)

OPTIONAL

  • US-based universities with doctoral engineering programs accredited by ABET’s EAC (any level)
  • ​US-based universities with doctoral engineering technology programs accredited by ABET’s EAC (any level)

BENEFITS

  • Power to appoint one key contact (usually the dean)
  • Power to appoint a second key contact
  • Power to appoint two additional organizational contacts
  • Key contact participation in ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC)
  • Key contact participation in ASEE’s Engineering Technology Council (ETC)
  • Discount registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition
  • Invite to the Engineering Deans Institute (EDI) (deans only)
  • Invite to the Engineering Technology Leadership Institute (ETLI) (deans only)
  • Online access to the Journal of Engineering Education, our scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles
  • Online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology
  • Subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine
  • Subscription to Capital Shorts, our weekly e-newsletter on congressional issues affecting engineering education (deans only)
  • ​Engineering Deanss Council:
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering colleges
  3. Discuss political policies affecting engineering college
  • Engineering Technology Council:
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering tech college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering tech colleges
  3. Represent engineering tech colleges to the engineering community at-large
  4. Cooperate with other segments of ASEE on common matters
  • Engineering Deans Institute:
  1. Discuss professional issues informally
  2. Learn about national issues and interact with national leaders at the annual Deans
  3. Council Public Policy Colloquium (PPC) in Washington, DC
  4. Participate in EDC committees covering public policy, diversity, quality management, and EDC/ABET
  5. Access and share information through the EDC electronic listserv
  • Engineering Technology Leadership Institute:
  1. Conducted in the fall of each year
  2. Discuss professional issues informally
  3. Participate in ETC sessions at the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition
  4. Access and share information through the EDC electronic listserv

ANNUAL DUES

4-Year Engineering & Engineering Tech Colleges: $4,410.00
4-Year Engineering & Engineering Tech Colleges w/ Doctoral Programs: $5,250.00

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • ASEE’s Community College Membership category is open to all US-based community colleges (both community colleges with and without programs accredited by ABET’s Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC)
  • US-based community colleges that intend to seek accreditation from ABET’s EAC (any level)
  • US-based colleges with pre-engineering courses (part of dual-degree programs)

BENEFITS

  • Community College Membership comes with membership for one Key Member (usually the dean/program head)
  • The Key Contact will represent the community college on ASEE’s Engineering Technology Council (ETC) and participate in council events.
  • Community Colleges can purchase additional memberships called Contact Memberships for $50 per membership (an $89 value). These memberships are renewable and will remain active for one year unless the school’s membership lapses, at which time all purchased Contact Memberships will become inactive. Any unused portion of a Contact Membership is non-refundable. The school’s key Contact can reassign the memberships at any time.
  • Contact Members will enjoy the same benefits as Professional Online Members and can purchase additional division memberships.
  • US-based community colleges that intended to seek accreditation from ABET’s Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) may apply for a non-voting associate membership on ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC)
  • The Key Contact and other Contact Members receive discount registration to ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, and ASEE Section and Zone meetings.
  • The Key Contact and Contact Members receive online access to the Journal of Engineering Education, ASEE’s scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles
  • The Key Contact and Contact Members receive online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology
  • The Key Contact and Contact Members receive an online subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine
  • Engineering Technology Council:
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering tech college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering tech colleges
  3. Represent engineering tech colleges to the engineering community-at-large
  4. Cooperate with other segments of ASEE on common matters

ANNUAL DUES

Community Colleges: $376.50 + $50.00 for each Contact Member

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • US-based universities with one (or more) engineering programs accredited by ABET's EAC (any level)

OPTIONAL

  • US-based universities with doctoral engineering programs accredited by ABET's EAC (any level)

BENEFITS

  • Power to appoint one key contact (usually the dean)
  • Power to appoint three additional organizational contacts
  • Key contact participation in ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC)
  • Discount registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition
  • Invite to the Engineering Deans Institute (EDI) (deans only)
  • Online access to the Journal of Engineering Education, our scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles
  • Online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology
  • Subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine
  • Subscription to Capital Shorts, our weekly e-newsletter on congressional issues affecting engineering education (deans only)
  • ​Engineering Deans Council
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering colleges
  3. Discuss political policies affecting engineering colleges
  • ENGINEERING DEANS INSTITUTE
  1. Discuss professional issues informally
  2. Learn about national issues and interact with national leaders at the annual Deans Council Public Policy Colloquium (PPC) in Washington, DC
  3. Participate in EDC committees covering public policy, diversity, quality management, and EDC/ABET
  4. Access and share information through the EDC electronic listserv

ANNUAL DUES

4-Year Engineering College: $3,150.00
4-Year Engineering Colleges w/ Doctoral Programs: $5,250.00

 

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • US-based universities with one (or more) engineering technology programs accredited by ABET's ETAC (any level)

OPTIONAL

  • US-based universities with doctoral engineering technology programs accredited by ABET’s EAC (any level)

BENEFITS

  • Power to appoint one key contact (usually the dean)
  • Power to appoint three additional organizational contacts
  • Key contact participation in ASEE’s Engineering Technology Council (ETC)
  • Discount registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition
  • Invite to the Engineering Technology Leadership Institute (ETLI) (deans only)
  • Online access to the Journal of Engineering Education, our scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles
  • Online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology
  • Subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine
  • Subscription to Capital Shorts, our weekly e-newsletter on congressional issues affecting engineering education (deans only)
  • ​Engineering Technology Council:
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering tech college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering tech colleges
  3. Represent engineering tech colleges to the engineering community-at-large
  4. Cooperate with other segments of ASEE on common matters
  • Engineering Technology Leadership Institute:
  1. Conducted in the fall of each year
  2. Discuss professional issues informally
  3. Participate in ETC sessions at the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition
  4. Access and share information through the EDC electronic listserv

ANNUAL DUES

4-Year Engineering Tech Colleges: $3,150.00
4-Year Engineering Tech Colleges w/ Doctoral Programs: $5,250.00

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • US-based universities with one (or more) engineering programs accredited by ABET’s EAC (any level)
  • ​US-based universities with one (or more) engineering technology programs accredited by ABET’s EAC (any level)

OPTIONAL

  • US-based universities with doctoral engineering programs accredited by ABET’s EAC (any level)
  • ​US-based universities with doctoral engineering technology programs accredited by ABET’s EAC (any level)

BENEFITS

  • Power to appoint one key contact (usually the dean)
  • Power to appoint a second key contact
  • Power to appoint two additional organizational contacts
  • Key contact participation in ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC)
  • Key contact participation in ASEE’s Engineering Technology Council (ETC)
  • Discount registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition
  • Invite to the Engineering Deans Institute (EDI) (deans only)
  • Invite to the Engineering Technology Leadership Institute (ETLI) (deans only)
  • Online access to the Journal of Engineering Education, our scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles
  • Online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology
  • Subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine
  • Subscription to Capital Shorts, our weekly e-newsletter on congressional issues affecting engineering education (deans only)
  • ​Engineering Deanss Council:
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering colleges
  3. Discuss political policies affecting engineering college
  • Engineering Technology Council:
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering tech college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering tech colleges
  3. Represent engineering tech colleges to the engineering community at-large
  4. Cooperate with other segments of ASEE on common matters
  • Engineering Deans Institute:
  1. Discuss professional issues informally
  2. Learn about national issues and interact with national leaders at the annual Deans
  3. Council Public Policy Colloquium (PPC) in Washington, DC
  4. Participate in EDC committees covering public policy, diversity, quality management, and EDC/ABET
  5. Access and share information through the EDC electronic listserv
  • Engineering Technology Leadership Institute:
  1. Conducted in the fall of each year
  2. Discuss professional issues informally
  3. Participate in ETC sessions at the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition
  4. Access and share information through the EDC electronic listserv

ANNUAL DUES

4-Year Engineering & Engineering Tech Colleges: $4,410.00
4-Year Engineering & Engineering Tech Colleges w/ Doctoral Programs: $5,250.00

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • ASEE’s Community College Membership category is open to all US-based community colleges (both community colleges with and without programs accredited by ABET’s Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC)
  • US-based community colleges that intend to seek accreditation from ABET’s EAC (any level)
  • US-based colleges with pre-engineering courses (part of dual-degree programs)

BENEFITS

  • Community College Membership comes with membership for one Key Member (usually the dean/program head)
  • The Key Contact will represent the community college on ASEE’s Engineering Technology Council (ETC) and participate in council events.
  • Community Colleges can purchase additional memberships called Contact Memberships for $50 per membership (an $89 value). These memberships are renewable and will remain active for one year unless the school’s membership lapses, at which time all purchased Contact Memberships will become inactive. Any unused portion of a Contact Membership is non-refundable. The school’s key Contact can reassign the memberships at any time.
  • Contact Members will enjoy the same benefits as Professional Online Members and can purchase additional division memberships.
  • US-based community colleges that intended to seek accreditation from ABET’s Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) may apply for a non-voting associate membership on ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC)
  • The Key Contact and other Contact Members receive discount registration to ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, and ASEE Section and Zone meetings.
  • The Key Contact and Contact Members receive online access to the Journal of Engineering Education, ASEE’s scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles
  • The Key Contact and Contact Members receive online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology
  • The Key Contact and Contact Members receive an online subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine
  • Engineering Technology Council:
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering tech college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering tech colleges
  3. Represent engineering tech colleges to the engineering community-at-large
  4. Cooperate with other segments of ASEE on common matters

ANNUAL DUES

Community Colleges: $376.50 + $50.00 for each Contact Member

Non-ABET Accredited Schools

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QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • US-based colleges with one (or more) non-accredited engineering programs
  • US-based colleges that intend to seek accreditation from ABET’s EAC (any level)
  • ​US-based colleges with pre-engineering courses (part of dual-degree programs)

EXCEPTIONS

  • Accept being a non-voting member of the council
  • Meet membership requirements for three years
  • Be reelected by the EDC Executive Board

BENEFITS

  • Power to appoint one key contact (usually the dean)
  • Application for associate membership to the ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC)
  • Discount registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition
  • Invite to the Engineering Technology Council (ETC)
  • Online access to the Journal of Engineering Education, our scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles
  • Online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology
  • Subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine
  • Subscription to Capital Shorts, our weekly e-newsletter on congressional issues affecting engineering education
  • Engineering Technology Council:
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering tech college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering tech colleges
  3. Represent engineering tech colleges to the engineering community at-large
  4. Cooperate with other segments of ASEE on common matters

ANNUAL DUES

College Affiliates: $376.50

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • ASEE’s Community College Membership category is open to all US-based community colleges (both community colleges with and without programs accredited by ABET’s Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC)

  • US-based community colleges that intend to seek accreditation from ABET’s EAC (any level)

  • US-based colleges with pre-engineering courses (part of dual-degree programs)

BENEFITS

  • Community College Membership comes with membership for one Key Member (usually the dean/program head)

  • The Key Contact will represent the community college on ASEE’s Engineering Technology Council (ETC) and participate in council events.

  • Community Colleges can purchase additional memberships called Contact Memberships for $50 per membership (an $89 value). These memberships are renewable and will remain active for one year unless the school’s membership lapses, at which time all purchased Contact Memberships will become inactive. Any unused portion of a Contact Membership is non-refundable. The school’s key Contact can reassign the memberships at any time.

  • Contact Members will enjoy the same benefits as Professional Online Members and can purchase additional division memberships.

  • US-based community colleges that intended to seek accreditation from ABET’s Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) may apply for a non-voting associate membership on ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC)

  • The Key Contact and other Contact Members receive discount registration to ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, and ASEE Section and Zone meetings.

  • The Key Contact and Contact Members receive online access to the Journal of Engineering Education, ASEE’s scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles

  • The Key Contact and Contact Members receive online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology

  • The Key Contact and Contact Members receive an online subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine

  • Engineering Technology Council:
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering tech college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering tech colleges
  3. Represent engineering tech colleges to the engineering community-at-large
  4. Cooperate with other segments of ASEE on common matters

ANNUAL DUES

Community Colleges: $376.50 + $50.00 for each Contact Member

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • US-based colleges with one (or more) non-accredited engineering programs
  • US-based colleges that intend to seek accreditation from ABET’s EAC (any level)
  • ​US-based colleges with pre-engineering courses (part of dual-degree programs)

EXCEPTIONS

  • Accept being a non-voting member of the council
  • Meet membership requirements for three years
  • Be reelected by the EDC Executive Board

BENEFITS

  • Power to appoint one key contact (usually the dean)
  • Application for associate membership to the ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC)
  • Discount registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition
  • Invite to the Engineering Technology Council (ETC)
  • Online access to the Journal of Engineering Education, our scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles
  • Online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology
  • Subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine
  • Subscription to Capital Shorts, our weekly e-newsletter on congressional issues affecting engineering education
  • Engineering Technology Council:
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering tech college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering tech colleges
  3. Represent engineering tech colleges to the engineering community at-large
  4. Cooperate with other segments of ASEE on common matters

ANNUAL DUES

College Affiliates: $376.50

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • ASEE’s Community College Membership category is open to all US-based community colleges (both community colleges with and without programs accredited by ABET’s Engineering Technology Accreditation Commission (ETAC)

  • US-based community colleges that intend to seek accreditation from ABET’s EAC (any level)

  • US-based colleges with pre-engineering courses (part of dual-degree programs)

BENEFITS

  • Community College Membership comes with membership for one Key Member (usually the dean/program head)

  • The Key Contact will represent the community college on ASEE’s Engineering Technology Council (ETC) and participate in council events.

  • Community Colleges can purchase additional memberships called Contact Memberships for $50 per membership (an $89 value). These memberships are renewable and will remain active for one year unless the school’s membership lapses, at which time all purchased Contact Memberships will become inactive. Any unused portion of a Contact Membership is non-refundable. The school’s key Contact can reassign the memberships at any time.

  • Contact Members will enjoy the same benefits as Professional Online Members and can purchase additional division memberships.

  • US-based community colleges that intended to seek accreditation from ABET’s Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) may apply for a non-voting associate membership on ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC)

  • The Key Contact and other Contact Members receive discount registration to ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition, and ASEE Section and Zone meetings.

  • The Key Contact and Contact Members receive online access to the Journal of Engineering Education, ASEE’s scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles

  • The Key Contact and Contact Members receive online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology

  • The Key Contact and Contact Members receive an online subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine

  • Engineering Technology Council:
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering tech college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering tech colleges
  3. Represent engineering tech colleges to the engineering community-at-large
  4. Cooperate with other segments of ASEE on common matters

ANNUAL DUES

Community Colleges: $376.50 + $50.00 for each Contact Member

Non-US Colleges

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QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • International universities with one (or more) engineering or technology programs accredited by a national organization (equal to ABET’s EAC)

BENEFITS

  • Power to appoint one key contact (usually the dean)

  • Power to appoint three additional organizational contacts

  • Key contact participation in ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC)

  • Discount registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition

  • Invite to the Engineering Deans Institute (EDI) (deans only)

  • Online access to the Journal of Engineering Education, our scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles

  • Online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology

  • Subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine

  • Subscription to Capital Shorts, our weekly e-newsletter on congressional issues affecting engineering education (deans only)

  • Engineering Deans Council:
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering colleges
  3. Discuss political policies affecting engineering colleges
  • Engineering Deans Institute:
  1. Discuss professional issues informally
  2. Learn about national issues and interact with national leaders at the annual Deans
  3. Council Public Policy Colloquium (PPC) in Washington, DC
  4. Participate in EDC committees covering public policy, diversity, quality management, and EDC/ABET
  5. Access and share information through the EDC electronic listserv

ANNUAL DUES

Non-US Colleges with EAC-equivalent Programs Membership rates are based on each country's World Bank GNI classification (which can be found here).

High Income: $1,575.00
Upper Middle Income: $1,030.05
Lower Middle Income: $319.20
Low Income: $65.10

International College Memberships are reserved for post-secondary schools outside of the US that have engineering or engineering technology programs that are accredited by ABET or their national equivalents to ABET. Membership includes one main contact, plus three other contacts. The dean of each engineering college member may participate in ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC) or Engineering Technology Council (ETC) as appropriate. For an additional fee, institutional members can participate in ASEE’s Engineering Research Council (ERC).

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • International colleges with one (or more) non-accredited engineering programs

  • International colleges that intend to seek accreditation from an international accreditation organization (equal to ABET’s EAC)

  • International colleges with pre-engineering courses (part of dual-degree programs)

EXCEPTIONS

  • Accept being a non-voting member of the council

  • Meet membership requirements for three years

  • Be reelected by the EDC Executive Board

BENEFITS

  • Power to appoint one key contact (usually the dean)

  • Application for associate membership to the ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC)

  • Discount registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition

  • Invite to the Engineering Technology Council (ETC)

  • Online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology

  • Subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine

  • Subscription to Capital Shorts, our weekly e-newsletter on congressional issues affecting engineering education (deans only)

  • Engineering Technology Council:
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering colleges
  3. Represent engineering tech colleges to the engineering community at-large
  4. Cooperate with other segments of ASEE on common matters

ANNUAL DUES

Non-US Colleges without EAC-equivalent Programs:

  • High Income: $367.50
  • Upper Middle Income: $241.11
  • Lower Middle Income: $74.49
  • Low Income: $15.18
     

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

If you can’t afford an International College Affiliate Membership, our Consortium
Membership option allows 2 - 5 institutions to band together.
In this case, one key contact (on a rotating basis) will receive the benefits
of an International College Affiliate Membership.
This operates with the understanding that those contacts are responsible for
disseminating the key info to your Consortium partners.

ANNUAL DUES

Non-US Colleges Consortium: $500

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • International universities with one (or more) engineering or technology programs accredited by a national organization (equal to ABET’s EAC)

BENEFITS

  • Power to appoint one key contact (usually the dean)

  • Power to appoint three additional organizational contacts

  • Key contact participation in ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC)

  • Discount registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition

  • Invite to the Engineering Deans Institute (EDI) (deans only)

  • Online access to the Journal of Engineering Education, our scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles

  • Online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology

  • Subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine

  • Subscription to Capital Shorts, our weekly e-newsletter on congressional issues affecting engineering education (deans only)

  • Engineering Deans Council:
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering colleges
  3. Discuss political policies affecting engineering colleges
  • Engineering Deans Institute:
  1. Discuss professional issues informally
  2. Learn about national issues and interact with national leaders at the annual Deans
  3. Council Public Policy Colloquium (PPC) in Washington, DC
  4. Participate in EDC committees covering public policy, diversity, quality management, and EDC/ABET
  5. Access and share information through the EDC electronic listserv

ANNUAL DUES

Non-US Colleges with EAC-equivalent Programs Membership rates are based on each country's World Bank GNI classification (which can be found here).

High Income: $1,575.00
Upper Middle Income: $1,030.05
Lower Middle Income: $319.20
Low Income: $65.10

International College Memberships are reserved for post-secondary schools outside of the US that have engineering or engineering technology programs that are accredited by ABET or their national equivalents to ABET. Membership includes one main contact, plus three other contacts. The dean of each engineering college member may participate in ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC) or Engineering Technology Council (ETC) as appropriate. For an additional fee, institutional members can participate in ASEE’s Engineering Research Council (ERC).

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • International colleges with one (or more) non-accredited engineering programs

  • International colleges that intend to seek accreditation from an international accreditation organization (equal to ABET’s EAC)

  • International colleges with pre-engineering courses (part of dual-degree programs)

EXCEPTIONS

  • Accept being a non-voting member of the council

  • Meet membership requirements for three years

  • Be reelected by the EDC Executive Board

BENEFITS

  • Power to appoint one key contact (usually the dean)

  • Application for associate membership to the ASEE’s Engineering Deans Council (EDC)

  • Discount registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition

  • Invite to the Engineering Technology Council (ETC)

  • Online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology

  • Subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine

  • Subscription to Capital Shorts, our weekly e-newsletter on congressional issues affecting engineering education (deans only)

  • Engineering Technology Council:
  1. Assess and recommend policies affecting engineering college administration
  2. Discuss issues and experiences affecting engineering colleges
  3. Represent engineering tech colleges to the engineering community at-large
  4. Cooperate with other segments of ASEE on common matters

ANNUAL DUES

Non-US Colleges without EAC-equivalent Programs:

  • High Income: $367.50
  • Upper Middle Income: $241.11
  • Lower Middle Income: $74.49
  • Low Income: $15.18
     

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

If you can’t afford an International College Affiliate Membership, our Consortium
Membership option allows 2 - 5 institutions to band together.
In this case, one key contact (on a rotating basis) will receive the benefits
of an International College Affiliate Membership.
This operates with the understanding that those contacts are responsible for
disseminating the key info to your Consortium partners.

ANNUAL DUES

Non-US Colleges Consortium: $500

P-12 Institutional Memberships

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QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • US-based P12 schools who’d like to advance their STEM curriculum to pre-college levels

BENEFITS

  • Power to appoint four organizational contacts to receive free memberships

  • Membership into the Pre-College Engineering Division

  • Affiliation with five of ASEE’s 52 professional interest divisions

  • Volunteer leadership positions at all levels of the Society, from local to national

  • Discount registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition

  • Online access to the Journal of Engineering Education, our scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles

  • Online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology

  • Subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine

ANNUAL DUES

P-12 School Membership: $183.75

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

P12 School District Membership is for P12 school districts based in the US.
This membership includes the same benefits of the above P12 School Membership.
The only difference being the district is eligible for 50 organizational contacts.

ANNUAL DUES

P12 School District Membership: $787.50

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

  • US-based P12 schools who’d like to advance their STEM curriculum to pre-college levels

BENEFITS

  • Power to appoint four organizational contacts to receive free memberships

  • Membership into the Pre-College Engineering Division

  • Affiliation with five of ASEE’s 52 professional interest divisions

  • Volunteer leadership positions at all levels of the Society, from local to national

  • Discount registration for the ASEE Annual Conference and Exposition

  • Online access to the Journal of Engineering Education, our scholarly journal of peer-reviewed articles

  • Online access to our annual Profiles of Engineering and Engineering Technology

  • Subscription to PRISM, our award-winning magazine

ANNUAL DUES

P-12 School Membership: $183.75

QUALIFICATIONS

MANDATORY***

P12 School District Membership is for P12 school districts based in the US.
This membership includes the same benefits of the above P12 School Membership.
The only difference being the district is eligible for 50 organizational contacts.

ANNUAL DUES

P12 School District Membership: $787.50


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Corporate Membership is for for Advertisers, Sponsors, and Conference Partners looking to connect directly to the engineering education community in meaningful and lasting ways.

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Join the premier network of engineering and engineering technology education leaders.

Apply for Corporate Membership >

ASEE Corporate membership is how companies like yours can influence what and how engineering students are taught. This is a great opportunity to weigh in on engineering and engineering technology education.

We’re connected with deans, faculty and administrators at all major engineering and engineering technology institutions. Together we can determine the best way to prepare engineering students for a bright future --- with you.

Why join ASEE? Membership will provide your company with a valuable opportunity to engage with a network of nearly every engineering and engineering technology leader. Leverage the collective strengths of their institutions and resources to advance innovation, excellence, and access at all levels of education for the engineering profession.

What Our Corporate Partners Are Saying About ASEE

Dora Smith
Dora Smith: Siemens

Membership in the Corporate Member Council of ASEE enables you to influence the future of engineering education. These opportunities enable you to connect with nearly all the engineering deans and educators in the U.S. at one time.

Beyond the large reach the council provides to members, it connects you with a close-knit network that is driving change in education. Membership is a tremendous value for Siemens.

You know what critical skills the marketplace needs; you can help engineering educators shape curriculum and develop important research projects. Let’s work together to improve education by discovering and implementing innovations in curricula, research collaborations, institutional management, and more.

When you join the ASEE, you access to deans and faculty, allowing you to create networks and relationships that will expand your reach for talented and innovative engineers you contribute to the ongoing assessment and improvement of engineering education practices; you support the development of top quality engineering graduates who will go on to strengthen the workforce and stimulate local and global economies; and you grow your global network among the leadership of engineering schools worldwide, allowing you to identify and access talent and engage meaningfully across the higher education sector.

As a corporate member, you receive:

  • Updates on the latest changes and developments in engineering education and news from engineering schools around the US.
  • Access to a network of engineering and engineering technology deans, department chairs and leadership including access to closed door sessions and receptions discussing the needs and future of the industry.
  • Opportunities to serve on the Corporate Member Council to steer the direction of engineering education on topics such as diversity, new and disruptive technologies, innovation, and industry-academia partnerships.
  • Access to Profiles of Engineering and Technology College, ASEE’s engineering education data and discounted access to ASEE’s exclusive online data mining tool, which enables ad-hoc reporting of the data collected in ASEE's annual Profiles of Engineering Colleges survey.
  • Access to ASEE Publications Including ASEE PRISM, the Society's award-winning magazine that covers the full spectrum of engineering/technology education issues and Journal of Engineering Education, the option to receive a free subscription to ASEE's peer-reviewed quarterly journal.
  • Discounted registration and unlimited networking opportunities through the Annual Conference, the ASEE Conference on Industry and Education Cooperation, regional meetings, and other activities.
  • Discounted access to ASEE’s resource central and other online opportunities.
  • Opportunities to share your news with our members.

Corporate Member Rates

Corporate Membership

For companies 100 or more employees. Full members may choose up to four employees — a key contact representative to the Corporate Member Council and three others — who will all receive the benefits of individual ASEE member¬ship.

ANNUAL DUES: $1,470.00
Corporate Affiliate Membership

For companies fewer than 100 employees. Affiliate members name one person to serve as Corporate Member Council representative and receive the benefits of an individual ASEE membership.

ANNUAL DUES: $367.50
CMC-logo

ASEE Corporate Members may appoint a "key contact" to represent your organization on ASEE's Corporate Member Council (CMC), which has a specific mission to advance the dialogue and collaboration between academia and industry. THE CMC meeting monthly online and in person twice a year plus offers participation in other events throughout the year, the Council provides the ideal conduit for communications from industry into the top levels of engineering and engineering technology education.

Apply for Corporate Membership >

We're here to help

Have questions about Membership? Get in touch with our Membership Department by calling 202-331-3520 or emailing membership@asee.org

Join the premier network of engineering and engineering technology education leaders.

Apply for Corporate Membership >

ASEE Corporate membership is how companies like yours can influence what and how engineering students are taught. This is a great opportunity to weigh in on engineering and engineering technology education.

We’re connected with deans, faculty and administrators at all major engineering and engineering technology institutions. Together we can determine the best way to prepare engineering students for a bright future --- with you.

Why join ASEE? Membership will provide your company with a valuable opportunity to engage with a network of nearly every engineering and engineering technology leader. Leverage the collective strengths of their institutions and resources to advance innovation, excellence, and access at all levels of education for the engineering profession.

What Our Corporate Partners Are Saying About ASEE

Dora Smith
Dora Smith: Siemens

Membership in the Corporate Member Council of ASEE enables you to influence the future of engineering education. These opportunities enable you to connect with nearly all the engineering deans and educators in the U.S. at one time.

Beyond the large reach the council provides to members, it connects you with a close-knit network that is driving change in education. Membership is a tremendous value for Siemens.

You know what critical skills the marketplace needs; you can help engineering educators shape curriculum and develop important research projects. Let’s work together to improve education by discovering and implementing innovations in curricula, research collaborations, institutional management, and more.

When you join the ASEE, you access to deans and faculty, allowing you to create networks and relationships that will expand your reach for talented and innovative engineers you contribute to the ongoing assessment and improvement of engineering education practices; you support the development of top quality engineering graduates who will go on to strengthen the workforce and stimulate local and global economies; and you grow your global network among the leadership of engineering schools worldwide, allowing you to identify and access talent and engage meaningfully across the higher education sector.

As a corporate member, you receive:

  • Updates on the latest changes and developments in engineering education and news from engineering schools around the US.
  • Access to a network of engineering and engineering technology deans, department chairs and leadership including access to closed door sessions and receptions discussing the needs and future of the industry.
  • Opportunities to serve on the Corporate Member Council to steer the direction of engineering education on topics such as diversity, new and disruptive technologies, innovation, and industry-academia partnerships.
  • Access to Profiles of Engineering and Technology College, ASEE’s engineering education data and discounted access to ASEE’s exclusive online data mining tool, which enables ad-hoc reporting of the data collected in ASEE's annual Profiles of Engineering Colleges survey.
  • Access to ASEE Publications Including ASEE PRISM, the Society's award-winning magazine that covers the full spectrum of engineering/technology education issues and Journal of Engineering Education, the option to receive a free subscription to ASEE's peer-reviewed quarterly journal.
  • Discounted registration and unlimited networking opportunities through the Annual Conference, the ASEE Conference on Industry and Education Cooperation, regional meetings, and other activities.
  • Discounted access to ASEE’s resource central and other online opportunities.
  • Opportunities to share your news with our members.

Corporate Member Rates

Corporate Membership

For companies 100 or more employees. Full members may choose up to four employees — a key contact representative to the Corporate Member Council and three others — who will all receive the benefits of individual ASEE member¬ship.

ANNUAL DUES: $1,470.00
Corporate Affiliate Membership

For companies fewer than 100 employees. Affiliate members name one person to serve as Corporate Member Council representative and receive the benefits of an individual ASEE membership.

ANNUAL DUES: $367.50
CMC-logo

ASEE Corporate Members may appoint a "key contact" to represent your organization on ASEE's Corporate Member Council (CMC), which has a specific mission to advance the dialogue and collaboration between academia and industry. THE CMC meeting monthly online and in person twice a year plus offers participation in other events throughout the year, the Council provides the ideal conduit for communications from industry into the top levels of engineering and engineering technology education.

Apply for Corporate Membership >

We're here to help

Have questions about Membership? Get in touch with our Membership Department by calling 202-331-3520 or emailing membership@asee.org


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Special Memberships honor our experienced and established Engineering Education Professionals with special rates and opportunities.

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Professional or Professional Online Members who have been members for a minimum of one year who have retired from employment. Dues: $40/year.

ASEE has established the honorary membership category of Life Member to recognize those individuals who have been active ASEE members for many years. To qualify for Life Membership, a Professional or Professional Member's age in years plus years of consecutive ASEE membership must total 100 or more (for example, at age 65 with 35 years of continuous membership). Life Members pay no national membership dues.

Members have full access to members-only areas of the website and enjoy a significantly reduced, nominal registration rate for the Annual conference.

There is a $25 service fee for Life Members who wish to continue to receive mailed issues of Prism Magazine. There is no fee to receive Prism Magazine electronically. Life Members do pay annual dues for any extra publications and/or division affiliations that they may elect to retain.

Applications for Life Member status must be approved by a majority vote of the ASEE Board of Directors or the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors before Life Member status takes effect.

ASEE has established the Permanent Member class of individual membership to enable Professional Members to sign up in advance for a Life Membership by paying in advance for the number of years of ASEE membership required to meet the standard for Life Member status. The ASEE Member Services department will determine the number of years needed upon application or inquiry. Permanent Members will be treated in all respects as Professional Members except that are exempt from ASEE membership dues for life. Permanent Members continue to pay annual fees for any optional publications and/or division affiliations that they may elect to retain. Permanent Members are converted to Life Member status, with the special privileges of that group, automatically in the month in which they attain the minimum qualifications for Life Member status.

Faculty who have not previously been members of ASEE (except as Student or Student Online Members) may receive free Professional or Professional Online membership for two full years through the Dean's Program.

Here's how it works:

The Dean pays the first year's membership dues and ASEE pays for the second year. The new member pays any division affiliation fees, depending on division choices, and any fees for additional publications.

ASEE appreciates the support of the schools and deans who have participated in the Dean's Program by submitting membership applications for faculty members. The Society thanks these schools and individuals for their help in increasing membership and participation in ASEE.

The deans at the following schools have sponsored first-time ASEE members as part of the Dean's Program. Please contact your dean or Campus Representative for more information. 

Dean's Program applications are available from the ASEE Campus Representative at your institution. For further information regarding the program, please contact ASEE's Membership Department.

This program works exactly like the Dean's Program, but the first time member is sponsored by an administrator other than the dean.

Administrator's Program applications are available from the ASEE Campus Representative at your institution. For further information regarding the program, please contact ASEE's Membership Department.

Professional or Professional Online Members who have been members for a minimum of one year who have retired from employment. Dues: $40/year.

ASEE has established the honorary membership category of Life Member to recognize those individuals who have been active ASEE members for many years. To qualify for Life Membership, a Professional or Professional Member's age in years plus years of consecutive ASEE membership must total 100 or more (for example, at age 65 with 35 years of continuous membership). Life Members pay no national membership dues.

Members have full access to members-only areas of the website and enjoy a significantly reduced, nominal registration rate for the Annual conference.

There is a $25 service fee for Life Members who wish to continue to receive mailed issues of Prism Magazine. There is no fee to receive Prism Magazine electronically. Life Members do pay annual dues for any extra publications and/or division affiliations that they may elect to retain.

Applications for Life Member status must be approved by a majority vote of the ASEE Board of Directors or the Executive Committee of the Board of Directors before Life Member status takes effect.

ASEE has established the Permanent Member class of individual membership to enable Professional Members to sign up in advance for a Life Membership by paying in advance for the number of years of ASEE membership required to meet the standard for Life Member status. The ASEE Member Services department will determine the number of years needed upon application or inquiry. Permanent Members will be treated in all respects as Professional Members except that are exempt from ASEE membership dues for life. Permanent Members continue to pay annual fees for any optional publications and/or division affiliations that they may elect to retain. Permanent Members are converted to Life Member status, with the special privileges of that group, automatically in the month in which they attain the minimum qualifications for Life Member status.

Faculty who have not previously been members of ASEE (except as Student or Student Online Members) may receive free Professional or Professional Online membership for two full years through the Dean's Program.

Here's how it works:

The Dean pays the first year's membership dues and ASEE pays for the second year. The new member pays any division affiliation fees, depending on division choices, and any fees for additional publications.

ASEE appreciates the support of the schools and deans who have participated in the Dean's Program by submitting membership applications for faculty members. The Society thanks these schools and individuals for their help in increasing membership and participation in ASEE.

The deans at the following schools have sponsored first-time ASEE members as part of the Dean's Program. Please contact your dean or Campus Representative for more information. 

Dean's Program applications are available from the ASEE Campus Representative at your institution. For further information regarding the program, please contact ASEE's Membership Department.

This program works exactly like the Dean's Program, but the first time member is sponsored by an administrator other than the dean.

Administrator's Program applications are available from the ASEE Campus Representative at your institution. For further information regarding the program, please contact ASEE's Membership Department.