Membership Info

The Colorado eNetwork is a virtual branch of AAUW. We aim to be a diversified community without borders, and will be a powerful advocate and visible leader impacting the lives of women and girls.
Equity….has no borders.

About Membership

You benefit by exploring new technology skills,  connecting with a virtual community, and participating in online programming. We offer opportunities for leadership in creating programming such as webinars, operations, online interaction and information sharing.

Dues

For most members, comprehensive dues are $69 per year. See below for other discounts and rates. This includes a tax-deductible contribution of $46 to AAUW, $3 of national dues to support advocacy efforts, $10 for Colorado dues and $10 for branch dues. These funds pay for our online platforms such as AdobeConnect and assist others in participating in AAUW.

Membership Year July 1 – June 30

Total

National

State

Branch

Regular Member

$69

$49

$10

$10

College Student

$17

$17

$0

$0

College Student at AAUW Partner Campus

$0!

FREE

$0

$0

Graduate Student First-time Member

$30.81

$18.81

$10

$2

Dual Members:
Add the eNetwork to your existing branch membership.

$10* / $20

already paid

*$0 for Colorado;
$10 for other states

$10

If you have any questions about amounts or payments, feel free to contact our Membership Chairs at AAUWCOeNetMembership@gmail.com or call us at 303-292-5434.

Join Now

If you are ready to join, please complete this two-step online process:

STEP 1: Complete this online info form

STEP 2: Pay online via PayPal or mail your dues check to AAUW Colorado eNetwork, using the Total column in the chart above to calculate the amount owed.

  • Checks should be made out to AAUW Colorado eNetwork and mailed to AAUW eNetwork, 2728 Lafayette St., Denver, CO  80205. Be sure to include your membership number on the check if you are a current or renewing member.

You may join at any time, though the membership year runs from July through June.

THE VALUE OF AAUW

Join us in making the world a better place…

AAUW members are persons of diverse cultures, backgrounds, perspectives and professions. When you join an AAUW branch, you will belong to a community of people who value education, information and equal rights. You will network with other members and develop relationships that stimulate a lifetime of personal and professional growth.

Membership in a community committed to a shared cause

We are breaking through educational and economic barriers so that all women and children have a fair chance.

Your connection with higher education

Find out how you–or someone in your community–can take advantage of the Educational Foundation’s $3 million in grants and fellowships awarded each year. And learn about women challenging sex discrimination in higher education through AAUW’s Legal Advocacy Fund.

VIRTUAL: Leadership development and educational opportunities

AAUW offers educational programs that promote gender, race, and class equity and help you develop your professional and personal skills. Programs are offered at conventions, in interactive workshops, in print, and online.

Increased buying power

Because of the increased buying power of a large group, AAUW can provide services designed exclusively for members such as quality insurance plans, including a dental plan and a health plan specifically tailored to meet the needs of women; AAUW’s First USA Platinum Visa card, which features a competitive rate and no annual fee; discounts on AAUW research and merchandise; and more! Savings from these programs will more than equal your yearly dues.

Your voice in Washington from your viewpoint

If equity is at issue, we’re there. As an AAUW member, you will have a strong voice on Capitol Hill on legislation that will affect the lives of women and girls. AAUW’s 100,000 members and our branches in 1,000 communities guarantee that your message will be heard.

Relevant timely news and information

Our award-winning magazine, AAUW Outlook, delivers close-ups of the women behind women’s rights from Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Shirley Chisholm, and Donna Shalala to exceptional women in grassroots America. Plus, AAUW publishes “Get the Facts,” one-page alerts that inform you on how congressional proposals affect YOU… and what you can do to make a difference.

Foundation research

Take advantage of member-only rates on exciting and extensive research reports commissioned by AAUW’s Educational Foundation. The Foundation’s landmark research enables you to make a difference in the lives of women and girls for generations to come.

Updates on public policies that affect your life

Members receive briefings and fact sheets on critical policy issues as well as discounts within AAUW’s monthly policy newsletter, “Action Alert.”