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Please note that SAIR membership is valid for one calendar year from the end of the annual conference.

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Regular Membership: For those professionals working in institutional research or a related field.
Student Membership: For those who are actively pursuing a graduate degree and are not employed full-time.
Emeritus Membership*: To be eligible for emeritus membership, a person must be retired and must have been an active member of the Corporation for a minimum of ten years preceding retirement and be approved by the Board. A member shall have retired when he or she has formally terminated regular professional employment through retirement. Continuation or resumption of employment on a part-time or non-continuing basis shall not affect eligibility for emeritus membership status. Members who have retired from one institution and then obtain full-time employment with another institution are not eligible for emeritus membership. Members requesting emeritus status will complete the Emeritus Membership Form and submit it to the Secretary. The Secretary will confer with the Treasurer to ensure the retired member has met the ten-year requirement. The Secretary submits the names of those eligible for Emeritus membership to the Board at the next scheduled meeting. A majority vote of the Board will be required for emeritus membership to be awarded.

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Note that regular membership fees for 2024-25 will increase to $50 following the conclusion of the 2024 conference.
Note that student membership fees for 2024-25 will increase to $35 following the conclusion of the 2024 conference.
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The Southern Association for Institutional Research (SAIR) is dedicated to the advancement of research leading to improved understanding, planning, and operation of institutions of post-secondary education. SAIR provides a forum for the dissemination of information and interchange of ideas on problems of common interest in the field of institutional research. In addition, SAIR promotes the continued professional development of individuals engaging in institutional research and fosters the unity and cooperation among persons having interests and activities related to research.