Overview

happy lunchers 12_2012AAUW welcomes graduates holding an associate’s degree or higher from a qualified educational institution*, or a degree from a foreign institution recognized by the International Federation of University Women.

Thanks to the Ann Arbor Branch’s non-profit status as a 501(c)(3) organization, $70 of your annual AAUW dues can now be deducted as a charitable contribution on your federal income tax return. The entire amount may be deductible by members as an ordinary and necessary business expense.

To join or renew your membership in the Ann Arbor Branch, simply fill out and return the Membership Form for new members or the Renewal Form for returning members.  Existing memberships also can be renewed online; find instructions here.

If you have any questions about membership, you can contact the Membership VP.

Questions about annual dues can be directed to the Dues Treasurer.  While most people join as regular members, our complete list of membership categories is shown below.

Or MAIL inquiries to:

AAUW, Ann Arbor Branch
P.O.Box 2806
Ann Arbor, MI 48106

Dues for July 1, 2014 – June 30, 2015

$85.00 Regular yearly dues
includes national ($49), state ($12) and local ($24) dues. $70 is tax deductible as a charitable contribution.
$36.00 Life Member
Those who have paid lifetime Association dues and now pay only annual state and branch dues.
$25.00 Student Affiliate
Student must be an undergraduate enrolled in a regionally accredited college or university.
$24.00 In-State Dual: Branch only
Members who pay Association and State dues through another Michigan branch.
$36.00 Out-of-State Dual
Those who pay Association and State dues to another branch outside Michigan, then pay both branch and state dues to us.
$0.00 Honorary Life
Those who have been a verified AAUW member for 50 years or more. No dues are assessed.
 $24.00  Community Member

Open to any person who supports the mission of AAUW and who does not satisfy the AAUW educational requirement: an associate degree or equivalent or a baccalaureate or higher degree from an accredited college or university.

*The bylaws define qualified institutions as “educational institutions that offer recognized associate, baccalaureate, or higher degrees and that have full regional or appropriate professional association approval.”