Renewing your ESA membership

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Thank you for keeping your membership in ESA current. By continuing your membership, you maintain connections with entomologists from around the world and access to all member benefits.

People join and renew for a number of different reasons. For many members, the financial benefits are the driving force, as each membership is valued at over $600. For others, the main reason is to support their chosen profession. Whatever reasons you have, we trust that you have found your membership to be a fulfilling experience this past year.

Membership in the Entomological Society of America is based on the calendar year and will always expire at the end of the current year. Members who are either joining or renewing at the end of the year should clearly specify which year they are applying for.

Anyone who has a username and password for entsoc.org can use the online renewal form. 

To renew your membership now with ESA, you can either:
 

1. Simply complete and submit your application online via our interactive membership renewal form

2. Renew by fax or mail. Click here for 2014 renewal form (PDF).

Important Notice: Good news! ESA has eliminated the dues late fee. But note that if you renew your 2014 membership after the December 31 deadline, and elect to receive printed back issues of any ESA journal a $25 back issue mailing fee will apply*. For American Entomologist, the optional back issue mailing fee will begin after March 1st.

*one-time fee, not per journal.

 

Click here to request more information.