PSA Annual Registration and Conference Fee and Submission System

Pay annual fee to access PSA virtual community and register for the annual conference:  Click on (secure site) https://www.meetingsavvy.org/psa.  You can pay by credit or debit card only.  PLEASE CREATE A SEPARATE ACCOUNT FOR EACH PERSON.  Otherwise, we cannot keep our records clear on who has paid for what, etc. (Note: if you want to pay fees for others, for example your students or folks in your university department, please contact executivedirector@pacificsoc.org to arrange this and make it easy and efficient for you and PSA!)

Join and/or Register by Mail: 2021 PSA fees printable form

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, PSA is adjusting participation fees and working on ways to provide benefits to participants in an online/virtual format–for the 2021 conference if necessary, and throughout the year–and to ensure that participation affordable.  Students will continue to pay a flat fee, while other participants will pay based on their annual income. Here is this year’s fee structure:

Students:      $50
Faculty, applied sociologists, and other professionals, with annual income less than $40,000:     $80
Faculty, applied sociologists, and other professionals, with annual income between $40,000 and $80,000:     $100
Faculty, applied sociologists, and other professionals, with annual income greater than $80,000:      $130
For this year there is also a special participation fee of only $10 for persons who have been seriously economically impacted by COVID-19.

Frequently Asked Questions: 

1) When does the PSA participation year begin and end?  Fees are for participation on a calendar basis, starting on January 1 and ending on December 1.  However, we begin to offer the future year’s participation in July each year. The NEW PSA virtual Community will open in August, 2020; access to this resource will be given once annual participation fees are paid.

2) What are the benefits of paying the PSA registration and conference fee? Current paid PSA participants have electronic access (and a mailed copy if you provide your address) to the PSA journal, Sociological Perspectives (February, April, June, August, October, December), are emailed three electronic copies of the PSA newsletter, The Pacific Sociologist (approximately January, May, and September), are eligible for appointment and/or election to committees and offices and to vote in the affairs and governance of the association (including the annual fall ballot for leadership candidates), and to receive for awards (various criteria) and student grants (students who are presenting at the annual conference).

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