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Welcome new members
Students and ACDAClick here to learn more about how you can be involved with ACDA as a student.
Student Membership Options
We have a special membership category for students, with a reduced rate, and work hard to provide ACDA students with a range of opportunities and benefits that are specific to their situations.
Current Student Benefits
Most ACDA members benefits are available to students as well. Two of note are (1) a choral conductor mentoring program that is currently being pilot tested, with rollout to the entire association planned very soon, and (2) student chapters, bringing student members of ACDA together on college campuses. To learn more about student chapters, click here. There, you can also find out how to start a chapter at your school, if there isn't one already. In addition:
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Click here to join online, and click here to download a form to mail or fax to us.
A Tip on Your Account Information
Please consider including a permanent or medium-term mailing address and a personal email address when you enter your information online (or on a printed membership form). Student members of ACDA represent the membership group we most lose contact with due to old addresses and emails. You'll move on from your student days, but we hope you don't move on from ACDA!
Quotes from our members
"One more advantage to being a part of the 'choral community' - networking! You'll meet other choral directors [at a conference] and learn that they have some similar and some different circumstances from your own to share. And who knows? When you're looking for that job, maybe the job you're interviewing for will be one that was held by someone you talked to at a convention."- Charles Livesay
"Being a student, you might also find graduate school possibilities that you otherwise would have overlooked or not even know about if you were considering going on to get a graduate degree."
- Daniel Farris