Fees & Information

NERCOMP’s Program Year runs from July 1 to June 30. You are welcome to join NERCOMP at any time within the Program Year. All NEW members must pay for the full price in joining anytime from July through February of the NERCOMP fiscal year. 

If joining in March, a new member would pay the full year’s amount for the following fiscal year but would receive the standard early payment discount. Essentially, the institution would receive a few months free membership by paying in advance. Once payment is received, membership would include all rights & privileges.

Membership dues are based upon an institution’s Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Faculty count (Full-time count plus part-time equivalency count, as reported to IPEDS).

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MEMBERSHIP FEE SCHEDULE

Effective for the July 1, 2017 – June 30, 2018 membership year (reflects a 2% increase over 2016-2017 rates):

0-50 FTE Faculty OR Association membership: $310 annually
51-100 FTE Faculty: $620 annually
101-150 FTE Faculty: $950 annually
151-250 FTE Faculty: $1,260 annually
251-300 FTE Faculty: $1,580 annually
301-500 FTE Faculty: $2,530 annually
501 – 1000 Faculty: $3,160 annually
1000+ Faculty: $3,440 annually
Affiliate Schools including Canadian schools: $950 US dollars

MEMBERSHIP FEE SCHEDULE

Effective for the July 1, 2016 – June 30, 2017 membership year (reflects a 2% increase over 2015-2016 rates):

0-50 FTE Faculty OR Association membership: $305 annually
51-100 FTE Faculty: $610 annually
101-150 FTE Faculty: $930 annually
151-250 FTE Faculty: $1,235 annually
251-300 FTE Faculty: $1,550 annually
301-500 FTE Faculty: $2,480 annually
501 – 1000 Faculty: $3,100 annually
1000+ Faculty: $3,375 annually
Affiliate Schools including Canadian schools: $930 US dollars

NERCOMP Membership Information

Each NERCOMP member institution must assign a person on campus to be an Institutional Representative. Responsibilities of the Institutional Representative include dissemination of information from NERCOMP mailing lists, attendance at the Annual Meeting of the members, voting in the annual election and active participation in NERCOMP activities. Multi-school or multi-campus institutions may wish to consider combining their FTE counts and applying for one “umbrella” membership. An umbrella membership requires only a single Institutional Representative.