TYPES OF MEMBERSHIPS AND DUES: All Types of Memberships include electronic subscriptions to the following: Journals: Criminology (4 issues/yr.), Criminology & Public Policy (4 issues/yr.), and the Newsletter: The Criminologist (6 issues/yr.).
Please click on the applicable membership type below to start the online application/payment process. Alternatively, if manual completion of a hard copy is preferred, a link is provided at the bottom of this page.
Please note that all memberships submitted prior to September 1st are applied to the current calendar year and will expire on December 31st of this year. If you submit on September 1st or later, the membership will be applied to the following calendar year.
Active Member Membership Form (Prices Vary):
This is a one-year membership and price is contingent upon salary range.
- Tier 1 ($105) - Salary $75,000/yr or less
- Tier 2 ($125) - Salary $75,001-$125,000/yr
- Tier 3 ($145) - Salary $125,001-$150,000/yr
- Tier 4 ($165) - Salary $150,001/yr or more
- can vote in the yearly election of Executive Board members if dues are paid by April 1.
- have the option of choosing which publications to receive in print.
- receive a discounted registration fee to attend the Annual Meeting.
Retired Member Membership Form ($60):
This is a one-year membership for retired individuals. It includes the same privileges as the Active member.
Student Member - Online only Membership Form ($55):
This is a one-year membership for any student studying in appropriate disciplines in colleges and universities. Publications will be delivered ONLY ELECTRONICALLY. Student Members receive a discounted registration fee to attend the Annual Meeting.
Student Member - Print Membership Form ($105):
This is a one-year membership for any student studying in appropriate disciplines in colleges and universities with the option of choosing which publications to receive in print. Student Members receive a discounted registration fee to attend the Annual Meeting.
ATTENTION ALL INTERNATIONAL MAILING ADDRESSES:
The American Society of Criminology (ASC) is NOT responsible for any taxes or customs fees that you may incur when receiving mail from ASC. Generally, these may occur when receiving large packages. Specifically, ASC sends out packages to late joiners or renewers who need to be caught up on the hard copies of the journals.