- 2014 Annual Meeting, Univ. of Texas at Austin
- 2013 Annual Meeting, Univ. of Saskatchewan
- Donate to NAISA
- Nominations Committee
- About NAISA
- Call for Proposals: Future Meetings
- Convocatoria de propuestas para futuro convenciones
Submitted by warrior on Thu, 05/05/2011 - 01:05
If you are here to sign up for NAISA membership for the first time, simply click Membership in the menu to the left and follow the instructions there.
If you have previously been a NAISA member and are renewing, you'll make things easier for the association's database management process if you renew that membership rather than creating a new one. Please try following the instructions below. If you run into problems, don't hesitate to contact me at email@example.com and I'll help you out.
To renew, you'll need to log in using a username and password.
If you have a username already, simply click "log in" at the top right of this page, log in, then click on membership.
If you have a user account but have forgotten your username or password, click on log in and then click the tab "request new password" and use the email address you supplied when you originally joined (if you have been contacted about renewing, it should be the one NAISA sent you a reminder to). Fill out the form and you'll get log in info via email. Log in using that log in, and click membership.
(If you were a member in 2009, you probably already have a user account, so first attempt to request a new password using the instructions above. If that doesn't work, go to the instructions below.)
If you don't already have a user account, you'll first need to click "create new account" at the top right of this page. Fill out the form using the email address you originally signed up with, and you'll get instructions via email. Once you log in, click membership and renew.
Once logged in, you should get to a page that prompts you to renew your membership. If you have problems, contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org and I'll do my best to get you logged in.
NAISA Past President