Membership FAQs

What are the different membership categories?

NASP currently offers membership according to career stage that extends through June 30, 2020. Join or renew today to receive membership benefits designed to meet the needs of all school psychology professionals, administrators, and graduate students. Dues listed below are based on a one-time payment option. Members can also elect to enroll in the installment payment plan, which divides annual dues over three months. The installment plan runs for a short period of time and charges an additional $10 non-refundable processing fee billed with the first installment payment. 

Regular Member $210
Student Member $75
Early Career Member

1st year: $135
2nd year: $165

Retired Member $85
International Member $220
Canadian Member $210
Common Address Member $160
Associate Member $210
Student Associate Member $75
Leave of Absence Member $70
Do you offer a payment plan for membership dues?
Yes. When you join or renew your membership online by June 14, 2019 at 8:00 p.m. EDT, you you can opt at checkout to pay your dues in three installments, each approximately 30 days apart. NASP cannot guarantee the exact date when a transaction settles on your credit card account.
Is my dues payment tax deductible?

Dues are not deductible as charitable contributions for federal tax purposes. Dues may be partially deductible under other provisions of the Internal Revenue code, such as trade or business expenses. The portion of your dues payment that supports lobbying efforts, 0.50%, is not deductible. Donations to the Education and Research Trust, a 501(c)(3) organization, and Minority Scholarship Program may be tax deductible as charitable contributions to the extent of the law.

Can I share a Common Address membership with a coworker?

No. The Common Address membership is only available to a school psychologist who shares a residential address with a current NASP Regular member and does not wish to receive duplicate copies of NASP publications.

Can I share my member login information with my colleagues?

No. NASP member benefits, including those accessed online, are provided exclusively for the individual with the NASP membership. Please do not share your website login information with others.

Does NASP offer group memberships?

NASP memberships are offered to individual school psychologists, graduate students, and allied professionals; there are no group memberships.

What is the membership year?

The NASP membership year runs from July 1 through June 30.

When do my membership benefits take effect?

If you renew online, it can take up to 2 business days for your payment to be processed. While your membership is valid immediately, your access to certain Web-based benefits and professional liability insurance will not take effect until your application has been processed. If you join by mail or phone, please allow up to two weeks for processing.

Does my membership make me eligible for discounted professional liability insurance?

Yes, your NASP membership makes you eligible for discounted professional liability insurance with two companies:

NASP does not recommend one company over another; please call both agencies to see which policy will best fit your individual situation.

Does NASP accept purchase orders for membership dues?

We honor VISA, MasterCard, money orders, and personal checks as forms of payment. We are unable to accept purchase orders for membership dues unless accompanied by a check and current membership application.

How can I get a membership card and certificate?

You can access your membership card and certificate online at any time. Shortly after you join or renew, you will receive an e-mail with instructions to access your printable, personalized online membership card and certificate. If you need help accessing your card and certificate, please contact us at membership@naspweb.org, (866) 331-NASP, or (301) 657-0270.

Does joining my state association automatically make me a NASP member?

No, your state association and NASP are separate organizations, each offering many benefits to its members. Joining a state organization does not make you a NASP member. Visit this list for information on your state association.

Join NASP

Join NASP or renew your membership to get access to resources, periodicals, a supportive peer community, professional development opportunities, advocacy efforts on your behalf, and a variety of helpful discounts. Get started or download a print application on the Join NASP page.

Related Resources

Installment Plan
Learn about how you can divide your dues over three payments. Enrollment ends June 14, 2019.

Membership Benefits
Learn about all that is included in your NASP membership.

Rates and Categories
Find the most appropriate membership category for you.