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 NASPAA Membership

NASPAA has two membership levels, Full and Associate, summarized below.

Both levels confer a wide range of benefits. The flyers Why Your School Should Join NASPAA and Ten Things You Could Do as a NASPAA Member include selections of the most popular benefits.

A summary of our activities during the previous year and plans for the upcoming year are presented in the four-page brochure NASPAA Year in Review [483KB PDF].


FULL MEMBERS

NASPAA is an association of academic institutions (colleges, schools, departments, etc.) that award graduate degrees in public administration, public policy, public affairs, and related fields. NASPAA membership is open to schools around the globe.  
There are nearly 300 members, including 15 outside the U.S.

>> Details on NASPAA membership

>> List of NASPAA member schools
ASSOCIATE MEMBERS

Associate membership is for schools that seek a supportive role in NASPAA, such as those developing an MPA/MPP program. It is also open to other types of organizations that want to be connected to the public affairs education community.

Associate members are eligible for most membership benefits.

>> Details on Associate membership

>> List of Associate members

NASPAA's mission is to promote excellence in public service and in public service education.  While NASPAA membership is for institutions, individuals may subscribe to the quarterly Journal of Public Affairs Education and to NASPAA's monthly e-newsletter.

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