Start putting your AIA membership to work for you
Make it official
Let your clients know about your commitment to the profession by including your AIA designation as a suffix to your name on your business materials. Make sure to choose your appropriate membership designation: AIA (Architect Member), Assoc. AIA (Associate Member), or Intl. Assoc. AIA (International Associate Member).
Members save on Contract Documents, MasterSpec®, AIA Conference on Architecture, the AIA Trust and many more AIA products. And the AIA Advantage Program offers exclusive discounts on business and consumer products.
|Alexandria Real Estate|
|William Crosby IV|
|Robert Hall Jr.|
|Nevienne Janele Jacinto|
|Richard Lonsdale III|
|Ana Paez Hernandez|
|Nathan Scrivo Snapmotion, Inc.|
|Spirit Printing Services, Inc.|
|T-Squared Professional Engineers, Inc.|
|Whitcraft Engineering Solutions, Inc./wes|
|Workspace Interiors by Office Depot|
To view a list of all our 2017 members click here.
Refer a new member and you could win
Do you have a colleague who would benefit from membership with the AIA? Refer them and you’ll be entered into a drawing to win a $100 Visa gift card. Just complete this form and we’ll do the rest!
Individuals that are lapsed are still eligible to renew their membership. By making payment in full, membership will become active and benefits will be restored.
Renew today or you’ll lose these benefits:
- Use of the AIA designation
- Your AIA member transcript
- Exclusive access to resources
- Discounts on AIA Contract Documents, AIA San Diego programs and events, AIAU courses, AIA Convention, and more
- Subscriptions to ARCHITECT magazine and AIA San Diego’s Design Matters and AIA’s AIArchitect e-newsletter
Make sure you are at the correct membership level to reflect your role and experience. Upgrade your membership by completing one of the form options below.
Architect to Emeritus Form– Any Architect member may apply for Emeritus status who has been in good standing in the Institute for fifteen successive years immediately prior to his or her application and either (i) has attained the age of 70 and is retired from the profession of architecture or (ii) is so incapacitated as to be unable to work in the profession.
Associate to Architect Form (to avoid processing delays, you must include a copy of your current U.S. license)
Associate to Emeritus Form– Any Associate member may apply for Emeritus status who has been in good standing in the Institute for fifteen successive years immediately prior to his or her application and either (i) has attained the age of 70 and is retired from an occupation related to the profession of architecture or (ii) is so incapacitated as to be unable to work in an occupation related to the profession of architecture.
Architect/Associate to Emeritus Form Exceptional Waiver Request Form– This form should be used if you are otherwise eligible for Emeritus status but would like to requet a waiver of the 15-year membership requirement (in whole or in part) and/or of the age requirement.