- Active Member: Any professionally qualified physician, veterinarian, scientist, or laboratory technician with an interest in and evidence of scientific contributions to the field of Andrology.
- Associate Member - Any professional beyond the trainee stage with a non-doctoral degree with an interest in and evidence of contributions in the field of andrology shall be eligible for membership in the Society
- Trainee Member: A person in training interested in the progress and development of Andrology (graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, medical and veterinary students, medical residents, and fellows).
- Life Member: Available to any active member who makes a single payment equivalent to twenty years of membership dues to the Society.
- Emeritus Member: Awarded by the Membership Committee to members who have retired and are worthy of the designation of Emeritus. Emeritus members do not pay dues
but they receive an online subscription to Andrology , other Society mailings, and their Annual Meeting registrations are waived.
« Requests for Emeritus membership must be accompanied by a copy of the applicant's CV (an abridged version is adequate) and two letters of support from active ASA members.
- Membership consists of Active, Life, Trainee and Emeritus Members as these classes are defined by the ByLaws.
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SPECIAL TRAINEE MEMBERSHIP OFFER: Non-member trainees who have an abstract accepted for presentation at the 2014 Annual Meeting will receive a FREE one-year Trainee membership in the Society and will be eligible for the reduced Trainee member registration fee ($75). To be eligible, the non-member Trainee must be the first author and presenter of the abstract and should include a statement to this effect in an email to the ASA office with the subject line “ASA Trainee membership offer”. A letter from the Trainee’s mentor must accompany the application to confirm Trainee status. This offer does not apply to current or previous Trainee members.