Learn More about Membership

UPCEA members get more: 

  • Access to useful research — user friendly, up-to-date, and unmatched quality
  • Networking opportunities at UPCEA’s national and regional conferences and seminars
  • Real time advice, answers and ideas from your colleagues online via CORe, UPCEA’s professional networking platform
  • UPCEA directory access — allowing you to reach out to peer institutions for counsel
  • Exclusive member content — including benchmarking studies, conference session slides, and webinar recordings

Join Today - Membership Application

Complete the membership application below. A membership coach will review and send an invoice to process the application. Membership dues are based on your institution’s Carnegie Classification and overall total enrollment.

The form below should only be filled out by individuals who wish to sign up and be invoiced for an UPCEA membership for their institution. UPCEA membership dues pricing can be found here.

To check to see if your institution is already a member and add yourself to an existing UPCEA institutional membership, view our current membership listings here.

If you have any questions please contact us at 202-659-3130 or [email protected].


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Add yourself to your organization's existing membership roster and access member benefits!

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Roster positions for institutional members are not available to consultants or part-time temporary employees. Corporate users who have employment at both an institution and a corporation cannot utilize their institutional account for corporate gain and membership.