2020 HACU Membership Dues Information
(Membership year runs from January 1 to December 31)
I. Institutional Membership
Institutions of higher education may be eligible to join as members of HACU. To be considered for membership, institutional membership application may be submitted to HACU's membership department. Upon approval of the membership application, an invoice will be e-mailed to the Accounting/Billing Contact listed on the application. All renewing members will renew online at http://www.hacu.net/hacu/Renew_Your_Membership.asp.
A. National Members
National members are nonprofit, accredited colleges or universities of higher education or systems/districts located in the United States, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. National member institutions fall into the following membership types:
1.) Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) – a nonprofit, accredited college, university, or system/district in the U.S. or Puerto Rico, where total Hispanic enrollment constitutes a minimum of 25% of the total enrollment at the undergraduate or graduate level or both.
2.) Associate Member Institution (AMI) – a nonprofit, accredited college, university, or system/district in the U.S. or Puerto Rico, where at least 1,000 Hispanic students are enrolled or total Hispanic enrollment constitutes at least 10% of the total enrollment at the undergraduate or graduate level or both.
3.) Partner Institution – a nonprofit, accredited college, university, or system/district in the U.S. or Puerto Rico, where total Hispanic enrollment constitutes less than 10% of the total enrollment.
Institutional Annual Membership Dues (Campus)
*Total enrollment is defined as headcount including full-time and part-time students taking “for-credit” courses, whether at the undergraduate or graduate level.
Institutional Annual Membership Dues
System/district membership is for central administrative offices only. It is the system/district that will be considered a member of HACU. Campuses within a member system/district are not considered HACU members, unless the campus itself is a dues-paid member. System/district members are not eligible for certain member benefits (e.g. scholarships). HACU offers complimentary membership to any system/district when all the campuses within that system/district are members of HACU.
B. International Institution – an institution of higher education abroad that documents that it is a legally constituted entity authorized to operate in its country according to the rules and regulations required by its government.
International Annual Membership Dues: $ 2,010 USD
C. Hispanic-Serving School District (HSSD) Affiliate – a school district where total Hispanic enrollment constitutes a minimum of 25% Hispanic of the total district enrollment. For HSSD questions, please contact Jeanette Morales, Director for PK-12 Initiatives, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at (210) 576-3220.
HSSD Affiliate Annual Membership Dues
II. Educational Affiliate – a nonprofit organization, association or council that is in support of HACU’s mission. In order to qualify for affiliation, an organization must be a 501(c)(3) nonprofit as determined by the Internal Revenue Service and not an institution of higher education or a school district eligible for membership in any of the above-mentioned categories.
III. Faculty and Staff Affiliate – for individual faculty or staff from HACU-member institutions, non-member nonprofit colleges and universities, and K-12 school districts. The Faculty and Staff Affiliates are an important asset to HACU’s mission to promote Hispanic success in higher education. Individuals interested in Hispanic issues in education, professional development, and networking opportunities are encouraged to join.
Annual Faculty and Staff Affiliate membership dues for faculty and staff from HACU-member institutions…..$175
IV. Trustee Affiliate – for individual board or trustee members from HACU-member institution as well as non-member nonprofit colleges and universities. The Trustee Affiliates are an important asset to HACU’s mission to promote Hispanic success in higher education. Individual board members or trustees interested in Hispanic issues in higher education, advocacy work, and networking opportunities, are encouraged to join.
Annual Trustee Affiliate membership dues for board or trustee members from HACU-member institutions…..$300
V. Student Affiliate – an affiliate category for individual students enrolled at a nonprofit college or university can join HACU's student affiliates or a student organization on your campus can also join.
Student Affiliate dues for undergraduate level students….$15
For a printable 2020 Membership Dues Sheet, click here.
For membership questions, please contact: