Basic IEEE membership dues for the 2018 membership year will be US $150, an inflation-adjustment increase of $1. The regional assessments charged to members for local activities conducted by their regions will not change. For U.S. members, an additional assessment of $1 will be charged for membership in IEEE-USA—for a total of $45. Dues for student and graduate student members will remain unchanged.
The component of U.S. members’ dues that goes to ABET, the accrediting body in the United States for academic programs in applied science, computing, engineering, and technology, will remain at $3.
The fee for society affiliates, set at half the base IEEE dues, increases to $75. Affiliates, who can belong to one or more IEEE societies but are not IEEE members, pay that fee for each IEEE society they join plus the membership dues charged by the society.
Dues for e-membership, which entitles members to many of the benefits of a regular membership with publications and resources provided in digital form, will be $77.50, an increase of 50 cents. For members in countries identified as ones with low-income economies, there will be a 50-cent increase, raising the dues to $27.50.
For more information, visit the IEEE website.