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Regular Membership

Persons who support the mission of the Society.
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Persons who support the mission of the Society.

Dues?*
Various dues rates are available, including a discounted rate for reciprocating society members (full roster of reciprocating societies available here).

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Contributing Membership

Persons who support the mission of the Society who wish to give back to the Association via dues plus a charitable contribution.
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Persons who support the mission of the Society who wish to give back to the Association via dues plus a charitable contribution.

Dues?*
The minimum dues are $294. The portion ($98) which exceeds the higher regular dues level may be treated as a charitable contribution.

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Affiliate Membership

This member resides in one of the World Bank low-income, lower middle-income, and upper middle-income economies.
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This member resides in one of the World Bank low-income, lower middle-income, and upper middle-income economies. The list of countries is updated every five years. If a participating member’s country should be removed from this list than that member will be automatically upgraded to an Ordinary Member at the Introductory Rate Year One. Affiliate members can choose one (1) membership journal and must indicate which journal upon applying: Notices of the AMS or Bulletin of the AMS. Please review the list of eligible countries here.

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$16

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Institutional Membership

An accredited university or college, which nominates faculty and/or students as nonvoting members annually.
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Who?
An accredited university or college, which nominates faculty and/or students as nonvoting members annually. Such members are not able to hold office in governance. The AMS offers three categories of institutional membership:

  1. Institutional Membership: Accredited universities and colleges in North America (United States, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean.) Benefits for Institutions
  2. International Institutional Membership: Accredited universities and colleges outside of North America. Benefits for International Institutions
  3. Two-Year Institutional Membership: Accredited two-year colleges in North America. Benefits for Two-Year Institutions

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Annual dues of Institutional Members are set by action of the Council of the Board of Trustees of the American Mathematical Society and are based on the level of mathematical activity at the institution. Please call or email AMS Member Services for more details. The AMS membership year extends from January through December.

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Corporate Membership

Nonacademic worldwide organizations.
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Nonacademic worldwide organizations. For a complete roster of participants, please click here.

Benefits for Corporate Members

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$4,410

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Associate Membership

Organizations in North America that are not eligible for institutional membership and wish to contribute less than the amount required for corporate members.
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Associate Members are limited to organizations in North America that are not eligible for institutional membership and wish to contribute less than the amount required for corporate members. If more than one location of an organization wishes to enjoy the privileges of an institutional associate, then each such location must retain a separate affiliation. For a complete roster of participants, please click here.

Benefits for Associate Members

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$1,205

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* Consider becoming a Reviewer for Mathematical Reviews®. Reviewers receive 12 AMS points (one point = $1 discount) for each of their reviews of articles and books in MathSciNet®. These articles and books contribute to mathematical sciences research across the world. Reviewers who are members may use up to 16 points on membership dues.

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