ASL Membership is on a calendar year basis. Regardless of the month you apply for a 1-year membership, for example, it will expire on December 31st of that year.
The benefits of membership include personal subscriptions to the current volumes of The Journal of Symbolic Logic, The Review of Symbolic Logic, and The Bulletin of Symbolic Logic, and receipt of the quarterly ASL Newsletter mailing. Student members have the opportunity to apply for travel awards to ASL-Sponsored Meetings.
Cambridge Membership Services
The following membership applications (All Renewals, Student, Unemployed, Emeritus, Retired) may be completed via the membership services site at Cambridge University Press, which can be found here: https://www.cambridge.org/core/membership/asl.
Payments may be made using Mastercard, Visa, American Express, or by check in USD, GBP, or Euros – Checks are to be made payable to Cambridge University Press. Note that if you use a credit card, your statement will show a charge from Cambridge University Press. If you have any questions please contact USmemberservices@cambridge.org.
All Renewing Members
Renewals for all types of memberships can be completed online. Please note that if this is your first time renewing, you will need to register on the Cambridge site and set up a new login profile before renewing. You will only need to create this profile once.
Student members receive the same benefits as Regular Members but pay reduced dues of USD51 per year; no future dues payments are permitted. In addition to the application, your Department Chair or Thesis Supervisor must provide the ASL with verification of your student status by emailing email@example.com.
Unemployed members receive the same benefits as Regular Members but pay reduced dues of USD51 per year; no future dues payments are permitted. Applications for Unemployed Membership require certification. In addition to completing the application process, please download the certification statement here and email it as an attachment to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Retired individuals who have been members of the ASL for at least 15 years receive the same benefits as Regular Members but pay reduced dues set at 50% of Regular Membership dues. Dues for Emeritus Members can be paid for up to five years in advance at the current (2019) membership rate of USD51 per year.
Retired individuals who have been members of the ASL for at least 20 years may have their dues remitted. Retired Members do not receive any journals but do receive the ASL Newsletter and have the right to vote during ASL elections.
Applications for New Regular and New Outreach Memberships
The following membership applications must be completed by downloading and sending the appropriate form to Cambridge University Press via mail or email.
New Regular Members
A discounted introductory rate is available to New Regular Members of the ASL for the first two consecutive years of membership (USD51 in 2019). Anyone who was an Outreach or Student (paid or nominated) member in the past may apply for the New Regular Member rates. Dues may also be paid for up to 3 additional years (through 2022) at the current full USD102 rate.
To apply for a New Regular Membership, please download and complete the New Regular Member Application Form. Once completed, follow the instructions to send it to Cambridge University Press for processing. If you have any questions please contact USmemberservices@cambridge.org.
New Outreach Members
The ASL offers reduced dues for individual members in developing economies. This program applies to individuals residing in countries whose economies are classified as ‘upper middle income’ or below on the World Bank’s annual list for four of the preceding five years. A discounted introductory rate is available to New Individual Outreach Members of the Association for the first two consecutive years of membership (USD9 in 2019).
To apply for a New Outreach Membership, please download and complete the New Outreach Member Application Form. Once completed, follow the instructions to send it to Cambridge University Press for processing. If you have any questions please contact USmemberservices@cambridge.org.
*Free Initial Individual Outreach Memberships:
Thanks to the Outreach Membership Fund, which was founded in March 2011 by four members of the ASL, new members from developing economies can apply for up to two years of free membership. To apply for free membership, email your full mailing address and professional affiliation to the ASL Membership Committee at email@example.com. You do not need to fill out a New Outreach Member Application Form if you apply for free membership.