Constituent Membership

Constituent Membership is open to organizations with an interest in promoting the effective administration of student financial aid. Examples of organizations that hold constituent memberships in NASFAA are those involved with access & diversity; accountants, auditors, & financial services; attorneys; software providers; consultants; financial literacy; banks & lenders; publications & document management; scholarship providers; counseling services; staffing services, and more.

Important Information about the new Associate Member Category.

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Benefits

  • Member-only access to the NASFAA website, and online subscriptions to the award-winning Today's News, Student Aid Transcript magazine, and the Journal of Student Financial Aid 
  • Member-only pricing on training and conferences
  • Unlimited online directory listings for you and your staff
  • A listing in our online Buyer's Guide 
  • Posting of your organization's press releases in Today's News 
  • Member-only pricing on advertising, exhibiting, job board postings, and more
  • The option to rent mailing lists
  • and more! Experience the NASFAA (r)evolution! 

Eligibility

Constituent Memberships are open to educational associations, governing agencies, corporations, and proprietors having an interest in promoting the effective administration of student financial aid.

Constituent members of the association may not vote in association matters nor hold office in the association, but may serve on association committees.

Membership Tiers & Dues 

Dues are based on your organization's annual revenue from financial aid. You will have the opportunity each year upon renewal of your membership to make adjustments to your organization's tier level.

The number of entitlements you receive is based on your membership tier. An entitlement includes a subscription to the award-winning Today's News, Student Aid Transcript magazine, the Journal of Student Financial Aid, and access to member-only areas of the NASFAA website.

Detailed information about membership tiers, benefits and pricing for 2012-2013.  

Primary Contacts

When your organization joins NASFAA, you designate a Primary Contact to serve as a liaison between the member entity and the association. The primary contact automatically receives all the benefits to which the organization is entitled, and is responsible for designating the staff members who may access your member benefits and entitlements.