All membership dues expire on June 30 each year (however, dues payments received between April 1 and June 30 will expire the following year).
Any individual employed by an institution of higher education who is professionally involved in the field of Collegiate Information and Visitor Services is eligible for a Professional Membership which includes access to CIVSA resources, the right to hold office and the privilege of one (1) vote. Only the individual listed may receive CIVSA benefits and discounts. Professional Memberships are only transferable if dues were paid by an institution and not by an individual and as long as the change is officially made prior to any general membership meeting where voting may occur.
Any college or university is eligible for an Institutional Membership, with the privilege of three (3) individual voting representatives from the institution all having access to CIVSA resources, benefits, and discounts. Additional voting representatives may be added for an additional fee. Member institutions have the option of changing the names of the designated voting representatives throughout the membership year as long as the change is officially made prior to any general membership meeting where voting may occur.
$50 each additional voting member
Members of CIVSA who are officially designated as retired by their institutions or who are no longer employed full time in campus information/visitor services. To be eligible, member must have served on the CIVSA Executive Board and been an active member for a minimum of ten years. An application and approval process is required. Read more about this new membership option.
Former members of CIVSA who are officially designated as retired by their institutions and are no longer employed full time in higher education or who served as an Executive Officer but no longer work in the field of information or visitor services may join as Alumni members. These individuals have access to all CIVSA resources and may serve on committees but are not eligible to vote or hold office.
Any non-profit association or organization, other than an institution of higher education, shall be eligible for Associate Membership. Associate Members do not have voting privilege, or the right to be elected to the Executive Board or other positions, but they do have access to all resources of CIVSA available to members in good standing. Associate membership includes the privilege of two (2) individual representatives from the organization. If any designated member leaves the organization that paid for the membership, the organization can assign a new person to take over the membership.