2017 Membership Dues Table

2017 Membership Dues Table

The AIA is a three-tiered organization. To become an AIA member, you must be a member on all three  levels:  local, state, and national.  For more information about joining the AIA, please click here.

Current Members may renew here.

Licensed Architect;
New Member
Associate; New Associate Graduate Associates: New Graduate;
2nd Year New Grad
Emeritus Subscriber
AIA National $265; $265 $114; $114 New Grad $0
2 Year New Grad $0
Emeritus $0
Subscriber $0
AIA Maryland $162; $82 $59; $31 New Grad only $0
2 Year New Grad $0
Emeritus $0
Subscriber $0
AIA Baltimore $227; $114 $21; $11 New Grad only $0
2 Year New Grad $0
Emeritus $0
Subscriber $0
AIA Chesapeake Bay $190; $190 $102; $71
$102 Intern
New Grad only $0
2 Year New Grad $0
Emeritus $0
Subscriber $0
AIA Potomac Valley  $222; $222 $56; $56 New Grad only $0
2 Year New Grad $0
Emeritus $0
Subscriber $0
AIA
National
AIA
Maryland
AIA Baltimore AIA Chesapeake Bay AIA Potomac Valley
International Associate members RAIC Membership – In a special arrangement with the Royal Architectural  Institute of Canada, AIA architect members may join the RAIC as International Associate members
$192 $59; $31
(New)
$21; $21
(New)
$102; $71
(New)
$55

For federal income tax purposes, payments to the AIA and its components are not deductible as charitable deductions but are generally deductible as trade or business expenses, except for the percentage expended on lobbying federal or state governments. Accordingly, a percentage of your national and state individual and supplemental dues is deductible on federal income tax forms. The tax-deductible percentage of dues for the State is 75% and Local 100%.

The subscription cost of ARCHITECT magazine is included in your annual dues. Subscription costs are not deductible from membership dues.