How do I contact the membership department?
You can call NASN's membership department toll-free at: 1-866-627-6767.
When should I contact the membership department?
If the answers below do not provide you with an answer to your question, please contact the membership department.
If you need to change your membership classification, please contact the membership department.
If you need to change your membership affiliation, please contact the membership department.
If you need to cancel your membership, please contact the membership department.
What is the correct way to list my nursing credentials?
NASN recommends highest earned degree, mandated requirements (i.e. licensure), state designations or requirements, national certifications, awards and honors, other certifications. If highest earned degree is not in nursing, then highest nursing degree may be included after highest earned degree. Example: MEd, BSN, RN, APN, NCSN, FNASN. Check your NASN member profile to see how your credentials are listed in our database.
Can I pay my dues in installments?
NASN members can pay their dues in one annual payment or in quarterly installments. This is called the Billing Frequency. If a member selects quarterly billing frequency, the annual dues plus an annual fee of 5% is spread out over the membership year. NASN will automatically charge the member's credit card every three months for a portion equal to one-fourth of the total amount. The automatic payments will continue into the next membership year unless the member notifies NASN to terminate the dues.
How can I get a copy of my Membership Card?
Go to the Print a Copy of Your Membership Card interface to create a copy [part of the Member Profile interface].
How can I get my NASN ID or member number?
Go to Request ID / Password Reminder to have this information, which is also your NASN Web site login, emailed to you. NASN must have your current email address on file for this feature to work successfully.
How do I access the Journal of School Nursing or NASN School Nurse online?
A subscription to these periodicals is included with your NASN membership. Click here to learn how to get full text access online.
How much are NASN membership dues?
Amounts vary because many NASN Affiliates have a combined or Unified Membership dues structure with NASN. Click here for a Dues Table.
What is Unified Membership?
Some NASN Affiliate organizations have a combined dues structure with NASN, resulting in varying dues amounts as shown on the applications here. When a member joins the National organization, they are automatically a member of the state level school nurse organization.
Do I have to be a registered nurse to be a member of NASN?
While NASN's position is that every school-aged child deserves a school nurse who is licensed as a registered nurse, NASN does have a member-at-large membership classification for persons without this licensure. Learn more about membership classifications.
What classes of membership does NASN have and which is best for me?
NASN has several classes of membership including: Active; Associate; Retired; Student; Member-at-Large; and Corporate/Business/Professional Organization. Learn more about membership classifications.
I practice outside of the U.S. and its territories. How do I join NASN?
Click here to learn more about membership for school nurses practicing outside the U.S. and its territories.
How do I update my address, email, telephone or other information in my membership record?
Go to the Member Profile interface.
How do renew my dues?
Go to the Dues Renewal interface or print an application.
How do I join or reinstate a lapsed membership with NASN?
Go to the Join NASN interface or print an application.
What are the Benefits of Membership?
Click here for a listing of benefits.
Will I receive a notice to Renew?
Renewal notices to current members are emailed and mailed prior to the member's anniversary date of payment. If you are on a quarterly installment plan, your dues are automatically renewed unless you contact us to cancel.
What is Anniversary of Payment Date?
NASN membership is based on an Anniversary of Payment Date. Regardless of the time of year you join NASN, you will receive a full 12 (twelve) months worth of membership benefits.
Libraries and Subscriptions
NASN does not accept Libraries or Institutions as members. Schools of Nursing are invited to purchase a subscription to the NASN Journal of School Nursing through SAGE Publications, NASN's publisher. To order or obtain information, readers and librarians may contact the SAGE Journals Customer Service Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or 1-800-818-7243.