AACE membership provides a wide variety of resources, tools, and services to improve your professional development, enhance your professional career, augment organizational capabilities, and accelerate your success.
Our members gain full access to exceptional experiences, a professional community, practical content, and essential knowledge - in addition to membership discounts on AACE products, services, events and certifications.
$1600 (includes 10 individual members) + $95 application fee – additional members can be added to the COMP roster for $160/member
The Corporate & Organizational Membership Program (COMP) is a package of benefits designed to encourage companies to develop the skills of their employees through AACE membership. The COMP membership starts at 10 paid employee memberships with the option of adding more members at a discounted rate from regular membership. If a company wishes to join as a COMP but has fewer than 10 members, they will pay the same base rate regardless of the number of employees that join AACE.
The individual members on the COMP roster receive the same benefits as Regular Members.
$185 + $10 application fee
This is the base AACE membership for any individual. Regular Members receive all of the benefits of AACE International.
$40 + $10 application fee
An individual enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student in a college or university who is taking a minimum of 12 credit hours per semester is eligible to join at the Student Member rate. Full time graduate students enrolled in a study pertaining to total cost management are also eligible to join at the Student Member rate.
Student Member benefits are delivered electronically and students must reapply annually to receive the Student Member rate.
$1500 (for a minimum of 10 individual members) + additional members can be added to the roster for $150/member
AACE’s Public Partner Program provides for a discounted group membership for full-time employees of government and full or part-time professors and full-time faculty and staff of non-profit or public universities. Public Partners receive the same benefits as Regular Members.