Membership

AAUW is a community of more than 170,000 people standing strong for gender equity. Your membership makes our powerful voice even louder on critical issues affecting women and girls.

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We’ve upgraded our systems! Everything you used to do through the Member Services Database (MSD) – including managing your membership — can now be done by simply logging into your new AAUW account.

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AAUW National Election: Results

It’s your AAUW, and your voice counts. The results from the AAUW 2022 National Election are now posted.

Select the membership option that's right for you:

Become a national member and connect through our website, plus enjoy special members-only discounts, e-newsletters, webinars, calls to action and more.

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Make a direct impact in your community. Join a local or virtual branch of AAUW, or start one in your area.

Use our branch locator to find a branch near you. If the branch participates in our membership payment program, you’ll be able to join online right away! Otherwise, please visit the branch website for instructions on how to join.

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Your institution can join AAUW and share membership benefits with the entire student body and faculty.

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Undergraduates or degree-seeking graduates enrolled in full-time or part-time programs can join AAUW at a special low rate and enjoy a range of benefits to help them succeed on campus and after graduation.

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Women Scholars During COVID

Solutions for Gender Equity in Academia

COVID-19 has disrupted every aspect of higher education. The increased need for caregiving, quarantine, social distancing and mental health care all made it harder for women to advance in their careers. In this GEICO-sponsored webinar, Dr. Jessica Malisch shares important research findings and actionable solutions.

AAUW Gatherings: Put Safety First

Many members are understandably eager to return to in-person affiliate gatherings. However, due to the recent rise in the COVID-19 delta variant, we strongly advise caution. It’s critical to follow all city, state and county guidance and be mindful of the risks. The pandemic isn’t over, and many of us regularly engage with young people and others who may be unvaccinated. It’s also worth remembering that virtual gatherings can help enable diversity and inclusion by allowing you to expand your reach to new groups.

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Please direct membership inquiries to connect@aauw.org.

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