Renew Your ASURA Membership

membersIf you are an existing ASURA member who wants to renew membership for the upcoming year, or if you are a former member who wants to rejoin us, this page is for you. Thank you for your continued support. We are glad that you share our belief that ASURA is a worthwhile organization.

To join ASURA for the first time, please refer to our article Join the ASURA. Membership is free through June of next year!

Dues cover the period from July 1 through June 30. The dues amount is the same whenever you pay: we don't pro-rate if you rejoin us part way through a membership year.

To renew:

  1. Complete our Membership Enrollment form and mail it to our office with your check. The form allows space to provide us with updated contact and volunteer information, and also has instructions for mailing;

    OR

  2. Pay with your credit card on-line. Notes regarding this method:
    • Select the Annual Membership item and add it to your cart. If you do not wish to make any optional donations, click on the cart icon in the upper right to proceed. If you enter amounts for any additional optional donations (thanks!) click on the big red Donate button at the bottom of the screen to proceed.
    • Use "Checkout as Guest" -- the login referred to is an ASU Foundation log-in, not an ASURA login.
    • You will receive e-mail confirmation both from the ASU Foundation (our banker) and from ASURA. Your confirmation notice from ASURA will list the information we have on file for you, and will provide instructions for making any updates to your contact information and your volunteer interests.

Both methods of payment offer the opportunity for you to provide extra financial support:

  • Operational costs – We have non-personnel expenses involved with maintaining records, communications, and an office. ASU provides some support for us in this area, but not enough to cover.
  • ASURA Endowed Scholarship - ASURA sponsors an annual scholarship for a student who did not go to a university immediately after high school and who now plans to attend ASU. The investment needs to grow so that it will eventually generate enough income to fully pay for the scholarship.
  • Volunteers on our Video History project continue to expand our already-impressive library of video interviews with people who have had a significant impact on ASU. We need to make sure the project has the equipment and contract money it needs.
  • Adopt-a-Family project - We help out a needy ASU family and a needy Tempe School District family each year with useful gifts at various holidays.