AIA MembershipExplore AIA Membership
AIA membership is for architects who want to share the knowledge, resources and strength of the Boston Society of Architects (BSA) and the American Institute of Architects (AIA), the national professional association. Together we help create better places to work and live through standards-setting, education, advocacy and professional development.
- Online continuing-education (CE) transcript
- CE support to assist with license protection
- Use of prestigious AIA credentials
BSA Firm MembershipExplore BSA Firm Membership
Firm membership supports our strong legislative advocacy programs in Massachusetts and the work of our active and dedicated committees, task forces and networks. The BSA/AIA works for our member firms in many ways, including our robust continuing-education opportunities, dedicated support for the emerging professionals in your firms, and by bringing the value of good design to the general public.
- Member pricing for all employees, across the board
- Member pricing on firm initiatives, including Jobs postings and Design Awards
- Share firm news through BSA communication channels
BSA Allied MembershipExplore BSA Allied Membership
BSA Allied membership is designed to help companies promote their brand, products, and services to architects and other building-industry professionals. Examples of those eligible for Allied membership includes, consultants, builders, contractors, engineers, real estate professionals, interior designers, landscape architects, attorneys, manufacturers, distributors, service providers and anyone else who works with or hopes to work with AIA architects and other BSA members.
Associate AIA MembershipExplore Associate AIA Membership
Associate AIA membership is for those who want to learn, network, and shape the future of the architecture profession. This is your membership if you are not yet licensed as an architect, but are working towards licensure. You may also become an Associate AIA member if you do not have a license and do not plan to become licensed, but have a degree in architecture or a related field.
International Assoc. AIA MembershipExplore International Assoc. AIA Membership
People come from all over the world to practice architecture in our city, famous for its historic and diverse architecture as well as its leading design colleges. International Associate AIA membership is for those who are currently registered to practice architecture in a country other than the United States.
BSA Professional MembershipExplore BSA Professional Membership
Professional affiliate membership is for individual industry-professionals and design-firm staff members other than architects who wish to participate more actively in the design community.
BSA Student MembershipExplore BSA Student Membership
The Boston Society of Architects (BSA) welcomes students interested in architecture and the built environment to become more involved with the amazing committees, programs, events, learning, and networking that the BSA can offer—all for free!
BSA Subscriber MembershipExplore BSA Subscriber Membership
Want the inside scoop on the Boston architecture scene? The BSA Subscriber membership allows AIA, International Associate AIA, and Associate AIA members of other AIA chapters to stay in the loop by subscribing to the BSA’s publications.
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If you'd like to arrange payment by installments for your membership dues, please reach out to the membership staff to request a payment plan form.
What can Membership Achieve?
As the collective voice of the local design community, the Boston Society of Architects (BSA) brings together building-industry professionals to collaborate, exchange ideas, learn and become part of our amazing network. Participating together, we can create better places to work and live through standards-setting, education and advocacy. Call (617) 391-4000 ext 210 or email [email protected].
BSA Membership Resources
Membership means access to premier education opportunities; legislative advocacy on behalf of the profession; support for the creation of safe, fair, and equitable business practices; networking with architects; ways to give back to our communities; and access to independent journalism and the latest local design news. View membership resources and information at architects.org/members.