AIA ARCHITECT membership is available to architects registered anywhere within the United States.
2020 Architect Application_WMAIA
ASSOCIATE AIA membership is available to those holding a degree in architecture and working toward registration or those who work under the supervision of a registered architect.
2020 Associate Application_WMAIA
NEW GRADUATE For new graduates, Associate AIA dues are waived for the first year after graduation. Choose one of the following applications:
New Graduate Application_NAAB
New Graduate Application_Non-NAAB
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATE AIA membership is available to those U.S. residents licensed for architecture by a non-U.S. authority.
2020 International Associate Application
>AFFILIATE WMAIA (community) membership is available to those individuals or corporations who share an interest in architecture, or to professional colleagues without architectural degrees.
WMAIA Affiliate Application
>TRANSFER membership, for those transferring their membership from another AIA chapter.
2020 WMAIA-AIA Transfer Form
EMERITUS membership is available to any Architect or Associate Architect member who has been in good standing in the Institute for fifteen successive years immediately prior to his or her application, and either (i) has attained the age of 70 and is retired from the profession of architecture, or (ii) is so incapacitated as to be unable to work in the profession.
Architect to Emeritus Form
Associate to Emeritus Form
FINANCIAL HARDSHIP waivers are available and cover up to one year and may be granted in several consecutive years. Medical disability, sabbatical and family leave waivers are annual and renewable upon request for up to a total of four consecutive years.
WMAIA-AIA Dues Adjustment Form
STUDENT membership is available to full time students interested in or studying architecture.
Student Membership Information
Every two years, the WMAIA Executive Committee nominates and awards two honorary memberships to people who are not WMAIA members and who have, over the course of a length of personal or professional time, made significant contributions to architecture and the built environment.