Allied Memberships

Allied Application Form

List of NACADA Allied Members

Allied Membership processing is not available ONLINE; please complete, print, and fax
the Allied Application Form along with all documentation to (785) 532-7732 or 

Allied membership with the NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising, encourages cooperation and joint programming with other organizations that support the purposes of NACADA. Allied membership is open to non-profit sub-regional, statewide, metropolitan, provincial, institutional, or other organizations that meet the organizational requirements.

NOTE: There is no legal involvement, connection, or obligation between the organization and NACADA, i.e., tax exemption status, CEU offerings, liability insurance, etc.

Organizational Requirements:

  • Have goals consistent with or complementary to NACADA goals
  • Have established bylaws or governing policies
  • Work cooperatively with NACADA and not in competition with NACADA or its scheduled events
  • Allied Organization Membership fees will be paid to NACADA on an annual basis
  • Allied liaisons to NACADA must hold membership in the Association

 Benefits of Allied Membership:

  • Access to and use of NACADA mailing lists on a reciprocal basis in accordance with current NACADA mailing list policy
  • Electronic/online presence is linked to NACADA’s website
  • Identification of organization as “An Allied Member of NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising"
    • Use of the NACADA Logo must be approved in writing by the NACADA Executive Office.

Benefits to NACADA:

  • Promotion of NACADA membership and participation at meetings of the allied member
  • Opportunity for NACADA regions to organize by state and sub-regions so more people can be actively involved in leadership positions
  • Broadens the membership base of NACADA to include others who focus on the development of students in higher education

Application Process:

  • The allied member category is an option in NACADA’s membership structure. Upon request from the organization, the Executive Office provides interested organizations with guidelines, requirements, and benefits of allied membership.
  • The completed application will be sent to the Executive Office with required documentation and annual allied membership fee of $100.
  • An organizational liaison to NACADA must be identified in the allied membership application. The liaison must be a current individual member of NACADA.
  • Once the membership application is approved the Executive Office will notify the new or renewed allied member.
  • Allied membership is valid for one year, from September to September.
  • A current membership list of the allied group must be provided to NACADA annually with the allied membership/renewal form.