Use the menu above to join ASHRAE Society online. Just go to Membership>Member App.
Students may also join online by using the Membership>Student App link.
You can download a membership form for the Dayton Chapter here.
The membership committee is not only responsible
for the promotion of the local chapter but also for broadening the type of membership to
include all individuals concerned with the HVAC industry. Whether you are involved
in engineering, contracting, energy management, sales, operations, code enforcement, or
education, or if you have an interest in HVAC in general, ASHRAE membership can provide
you a wide variety of opportunities to help you pursue and keep informed of developments
affecting the HVAC industry.
Member benefits include but are not limited to:
Receipt of the ASHRAE Journal and ASHRAE Insights
providing information regarding current case studies and industry developments (Monthly)
Receipt of the current ASHRAE Handbook update
Networking with other persons with similar interests
during monthly chapter meetings
Membership discounts on ASHRAE publications
Attendance of various local, regional and national
ASHRAE conferences and trade-shows
Voluntary membership to a variety of ASHRAE
Access to 'Members Only' portion of
Society web page
For member application, or for membership upgrade,
e-mail or call the membership chair listed above for an application. Alternatively, you can download a membership application
or update your personal information by logging on to the ASHRAE
Society web site at www.ashrae.org.
Student members desiring a membership upgrade from student member may also
accomplish this at this same address.
Students desiring student membership should contact your
faculty advisor. Although there are no local dues, it is
important you fill out a local membership questionnaire to ensure you are listed
in the ASHRAE Dayton Chapter roster.
Honorary Member - Any
person of preeminent professional distinction as determined and elected by the ASHRAE
Board of Directors
Presidential Member -
Upon the installation of a successor, the outgoing President of the Society shall become a
Fellow - A Member who
has attained distinction in the arts relating to the sciences of heating, refrigeration,
air conditioning or ventilation, or the allied arts and sciences, or in the teaching of
major courses in said arts and sciences, or who by reason of invention, research,
teaching, design, original work or as an engineering executive on projects of unusual or
important scope, has made substantial contribution to said arts and sciences, and has been
in good standing as a Member for at least ten (10) years. Election by the ASHRAE
Society Board of Directors.
Life Member, Life Associate
Member or Life Affiliate - Each shall be a member who has been a full Member, an
Associate Member or an Affiliate in good standing for an accumulative total of thirty (30)
years and who has attained the age of sixty-five (65) years. The member shall retain
all the rights and privileges of the most recent membership grade.
Associate Member - An
Associate member shall have a total of eight Society-approved years of experience as
defined in Section 2.6 of the ASHRAE
Student Member - A
student member shall be matriculated in an approved course of study in Society-related
fields of education at a university, college, junior college or technical institute.
The Board of Directors may establish other criteria for acceptable student membership.
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Last Updated 3 May 2014