Interested In Joining ACS? (The American Chemical Society)
Join the world’s largest society for chemical professionals. Stay up-to-date on the latest scientific and technical information with individual subscriptions to ACS journals and a free subscription to the weekly Chemical & Engineering News magazine.
Take charge of your career with continuing education opportunities. Network with your peers through discipline-specific Technical Divisions. Members have access to career services such as the job search tool at ACS Careers, resume review, and the salary comparator. ACS welcomes members from across the globe. Join the ACS community today and enjoy the benefits of membership.
ACS offers four categories of membership plus a Student Affiliate category:
Regular/Associate Member – Entitled to member-only subscription rates for ACS journals and a subscription (print and online) to Chemical & Engineering News, individuals must have one of the following: a degree in a chemical science, a certification as a teacher of a chemical science, or relevant work experience. Note: Associate Members (those who have not yet met requirements for full Society membership) cannot hold an elective office.
Graduate Student Member – A full-time graduate student, majoring in a chemical science or a related academic discipline, shall be entitled to a discount of 50% of the membership dues. Special student subscription prices for most journals are available. Please note: Post Doctoral Work is not eligible for the student discount.
Non-Scientist/Society Affiliate – Entitled to all Regular Member benefits excluding the ability to vote or hold an elective office. A person who is not eligible to become a member of the Society but whose major vocational effort is directly concerned with the practice of a chemical science may become a Society Affiliate.
Student Affiliate – Undergraduate students majoring in or interested in chemistry qualify for membership at substantially discounted dues. Student Affiliates receive special student subscription prices for journals.