When you become an AIA member, you instantly expand your support network by more than
94,000 colleagues across the nation. As an AIA member, you automatically receive membership
at the National, State, and Local Chapter level, allowing you to gain from the most valuable
professional resources available.
Individuals with an architectural license from a U.S. licensing authority are eligible for architect membership.
Associate membership is open to individuals who meet one of the following criteria: professional degree in architecture; currently work under the supervision of an architect; currently enrolled in the Intern Development Program (IDP) and working toward licensure; or faculty member in a university program in architecture.
AIA National offers two membership paths for both recent NAAB and non-NAAB graduates.
Individuals who have an architecture license or equivalent
from a non-U.S. licensing authority are eligible for
International Associate membership.
If you are not an Architect or an architectural student but are involved as a professional in the architectural community, you may become an Allied Member. This membership is designed to help individuals and companies who wish to promote their products and services to architects and other building-industry professionals. By becoming involved with AIA Cincinnati, you can connect and network with architects and other design professionals to build and strengthen communication among all members of the industry.
CORPORATE ALLIED MEMBERSHIP
An Allied Membership is an annual membership, January to December, and is treated as an individual membership entitling one (1) corporate representative to the benefits detailed below. The membership is transferable within the corporation for a specific event, however any additional employees attending the same event are subject to the advertised non-member rates.
EDUCATIONAL ALLIED MEMBERSHIP
Educational Allied Members are AIA CE Providers and industry related companies interested in offering LU/HSW credits to AIA Members.
Additional benefits for Educational Allied Members include:
Allied Members must be approved by AIA Cincinnati’s Board of Directors. Please submit your application at least five business days before an upcoming board meeting (second Tuesday of each month) for consideration.
AIA Cincinnati appreciates the support of our Allied Members who represent allied professions and those interested in the field of architecture.
Architecture Foundation of Cincinnati
BBN Sales (Stone and Steel | Sloan Valve)
Cincinnati 2030 District
The Garland Company
Harlan Graphic Arts Services Inc.
Miami University Center for Community Engagement in Over-the-Rhine
University of Cincinnati School of Architecture and Interior Design (SAID) in the Department of Art, Architecture, and Planning (DAAP)
Conger Construction Group
Hansen Distribution Agency (HDA)
Montgomery Smith Inc.
Shumacher Dugan Construction LLC
Universal Contracting Corporation