Step 2 - Select Membership Type

How can my institution become an ARIO member?

3
Create an Institutional account, Add designees, Select RIO, Pay the fee
4
Create Personal Profile
5
Receive Profile Approval
6
Join Regional Group, Explore Resources, ENJOY!
ARIO ANNUAL DUES RATES

Note: membership dues do not cover registration fees for conferences but do entitle members to discounted conference rates. Credit cards are the preferred method of payment for all transactions, unless this is not allowed by your institution

Basic membership, $200: allows one individual from the organization to participate in ARIO’s activities, access ARIO resources for the year, and receive a $50 discount on ARIO annual conference registration fees.

Supporting membership, $350: allows two individuals from the organization to participate in ARIO’s activities and access ARIO resources for the year. If both representatives attend the annual conference, the institution will receive a $50 discount on the first ARIO annual conference registration and a $25 discount on the second registration.

Sustaining membership, $475: allows three individuals from the organization to participate in ARIO’s activities and access ARIO resources for the year. If more than one representative attends the annual conference, the institution will receive a $50 discount on the first ARIO annual conference registration and a $25 discount on the second and third registration.

Premium membership, $600: allows four individuals from the organization to participate in ARIO’s activities and access ARIO resources for the year. If more than one representative attends the annual conference, the institution will receive a $50 discount on the first ARIO annual conference registration and a $25 discount on the second through fourth registrations.

Special limited regional membership, $50: allows one person to participate in activities, such as conference calls, sponsored by the applicable ARIO regional group. This category of membership does not entitle the person to receive the benefits of national ARIO membership or include registration fees or discounts for national conferences. Note that the frequency, nature and existence of regional activities may vary from region to region. An institution can only be a limited regional member for two years.