Canadian Sociological Association
Membership Manager P.O. Box #98014, 2126 Burnhamthorpe Road West
Mississauga ON
L5L 5V4

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416-660-4378

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http://www.csa-scs.ca/

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office@csa-scs.ca

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Membership

NEW - May 2020

As part of the package of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity (EDI) related reforms, the CSA’s membership form is an opportunity to assess the success of the CSA in attracting members who reflect the diversity of Canadian sociology, to develop initiatives to support members belonging to socially marginalized groups, and to resist the structures of inequality that govern our everyday lives. The data collected will be optional. We commit to reporting these data only in aggregate form that does not identify any members. We will use any data collected to improve programs and services to reflect the diversity of the membership as well as ensure representation within the governing bodies of the CSA.

 

Membership Fees

Payment can be made by credit card or cheque and must be in Canadian funds.

  • Full-time academic (regular) - Sponsor: $200 for 1 year / $380 for 2 years
    • University or college faculty earning $50,000 CDN or more who would like to contribute to the Association's EDI programs
  • Full-time academic (regular): $150 for 1 year / $280 for 2 years
    • University or college faculty earning $50,000 CDN or more
  • Full-time non-academic (regular): $100 for 1 year / $185 for 2 years
    • Government or private sector employees and others in non-academic positions earning $50,000 CDN or more
  • Retired (academic or non-academic): $80 for 1 year / $150 for 2 years
  • Medium-low income: $80 for 1 year / $150 for 2 years
    • Academic or non-academic employees earning between $30,000 and $50,000 CND
  • Low income: $50 for 1 year / $90 for 2 years
    • Academic or non-academic employees and unemployed individuals earning less than $30,000 CND
  • Student or postdoctoral fellow: $50 for 1 year / $90 for 2 years

All fees are subject to tax.

The full address (including Province) is required in order to calculate applicable taxes.   The Canadian Sociological Association will not process membership registration or renewals until the full fee and taxes have been paid.

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Membership Category

The Executive Committee of the CSA-SCS recognizes that our members originate from across Canada and internationally, working within academic institutions as well as government agencies, NGOs, and the corporate sector. Therefore, we offer several category options to accommodate the needs of our broad membership:

Category Description 1-year membership 2-year membership
Regular - Full-time academic - Sponsor University or college faculty earning $50,000 CDN or more who would like to contribute to the Association's EDI programming. $200 $380
Regular - Full-time academic University or college faculty earning $50,000 CDN or more $150 $280
Regular - Full-time non-academic Government or private sector employees and others in non-academic positions earning $50,000 CAN or more $100 $185
Retired - academic or non-academic   $80 $150
Medium-low income Academic or non-academic employees earning between $30,000 and $50,000 CAD $80 $150
Low income Academic or non-academic employees and unemployed individuals earning less than $30,000 CAD $50 $90
Student or postdoctoral fellow   $50 $90

Select one:
TOTAL: $0.00 $


Additional Information

As part of the package of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusivity (EDI) related reforms, the CSA’s membership form is an opportunity to assess the success of the CSA in attracting members who reflect the diversity of Canadian sociology, to develop initiatives to support members belonging to socially marginalized groups, and to resist the structures of inequality that govern our everyday lives. The data collected will be optional. We commit to reporting these data only in aggregate form that does not identify any members. We will use any data collected to improve programs and services to reflect the diversity of the membership as well as ensure representation within the governing bodies of the CSA.

 





























































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