TASA Membership Categories
TASA membership is available in several categories based on your professional role.
If you meet the professional administrator’s certificate requirements, have equivalent professional training, or serve in an administrative position, you should join as an Active Member.
If you are currently enrolled in a college or university department of educational administration and you are not employed in a full-time administrative position (other than at the campus level) you are eligible for Student Membership.
You are eligible for this membership category if you are employed full time in a college or university department of educational administration or an employee of a Texas state agency.
Active and Associate Members who would like to become part of a select group that recognizes the importance of developing and sustaining the association as a pre-eminent advocate for public education are invited to join TASA as Sustaining Members.
If you or another TASA member you know will retire from education this school year, you may nominate yourself or that person for TASA Honorary Life Membership. Honorary Life Membership is reserved for school administrators who have demonstrated extraordinary devotion to education and to the association during their careers.
How to Join or Renew TASA Membership
See these step-by-step instructions for joining or renewing your membership in the TASA Member Services Center.
Membership and Registration Services
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