Memberships run on the calendar year, and fees are due at the start of each calendar year. Membership fees support the operational costs of the Association and the production of the newsletter and the Bulletin, and entitle the member to attend the annual meeting, elect ASPHS officers, and be eligible for ASPHS-sponsored prizes. They do not supplant conference registration fees, which help the local organizer pay the costs associated with hosting the Association’s annual conference.

At the business meeting at the 2013 conference in Albuquerque, ASPHS members voted on raising membership fees so that the organization may provide additional support to its members in the form of prizes and grants. The new fee structure takes into account a variety of employment situations and gives members the option for a single one-year or three-year payment, or an annual subscription.

Existing members may check the directory for their membership status.  If no payment information appears, it is likely that your membership has expired; check with membership secretary Pamela Radcliff if you have any questions.

New Members, please follow one of these links to set up your membership:  

Existing Members, please follow one of these links to renew your membership:

If you have joined since spring 2016, you will have established a username and password to log in.  If you were a current member in spring 2016, you are probably already in the directory; go to the Membership Directory page and click on the “Lost your password?” link to set up a new password.

Questions concerning membership should be addressed to the Membership Secretary/Treasurer, Pamela Radcliff:

If you have technical difficulty with registration, please contact webmaster Jodi Campbell: