Full-time students enrolled in a degree or certificate program at an accredited university who are not employed or who are employed on a part-time basis may apply for this discounted membership category. ACR also supports recent graduates by providing the Student member rate during the first year after graduation.
Student members receive the following benefits:
A subscription to ACR’s quarterly Journal, CRQ
A subscription to the quarterly digital magazine, ACResolution
Receives an electronic weekly newsletter, ACR Update
Discounts on annual conference registration
Listing in the ACR Membership Directory
Eligible to join special interest Sections
Eligible to serve on ACR Committees
Access to ACR’s CareerCenter Bank
May use the ACR logo
Eligible to vote
Dues: $50.00 per year
Access to the ACR Career Center - provides you 24/7 notification of job opportunities.
Access to Section Conference Calls - a popular way to gain continuing education and an opportunity to connect with fellow practitioners while discussing current ADR topics.
Listing in ACR Membership Directory - allows you to advertise your education, professional experience, and other vital information.
Conflict Resolution Quarterly subscription – ACR’s scholarly journal that analyzes the nexus of theory, research and practice. You can also access back issues online.
ACResolution subscription – ACR’s quarterly digital magazine with feature articles, public policy updates, book reviews, news about members and much more!
ACR Update Weekly e-newsletter – accessible via email, the most current ADR news from around the globe!
Discounted Registration at ACR’s Annual Conference and Section conferences
We invite Full-time students enrolled in an accredited university degree or certificate program and who are not employed or employed on a part-time basis to apply for this discounted membership category.