Membership Renewals Due January 15

Last Updated: January 5, 2012

Membership Renewals Due January 15

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Welcome to 2012...and a brand new year with AIA

If you've already renewed for 2012, thank you!

I hope 2012 is starting off well for you! Once again, we want you to know how much we appreciate having you as a member. Your continued support makes more than a hundred programs, events and initiatives possible each year.

Membership Renewals Are Due January 15
This is a reminder that the due date on your membership renewal is January 15. As in years past, there is a grace period lasting until March 31. Members who haven't renewed by that date will lapse and no longer be in good standing.

In order for us to efficiently handle the renewals of nearly 80,000 members, we ask that you renew your AIA membership by the due date of January 15, 2012. This will help avoid the pitfalls of waiting until the last minute, and take one more thing off your "to do" list for the new year.

If it helps, you may make a down payment of 50% by Jan. 15 and pay the balance by March 31...or take advantage of the automatic Dues Installment Program.

Benefits of Renewing Early
Renew your AIA membership by January 31, and receive one free continuing education course from AIA Virtual Convention, which offers online education anytime, anywhere. Take a Virtual Convention course before February 29, 2012, and you will be entered in a drawing to win one of five free iPad2s.

Dues Installment Program
All renewing Architect and Associate AIA members are eligible to participate in the 2012 Dues Installment Program. You may choose this option at checkout time when you renew online. A one-time processing charge will be added to your total dues.

Enroll between now and April 30, 2012 to pay your membership dues in installments. Membership dues on the installment plan must be paid in full by June 30, 2012.


Do you have questions about membership? Are there financial challenges to renewing? Please feel free to get in touch so that we can discuss them.


Last updated: 11-Dec-2012 10:18 PM
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