The Association for Education Finance and Policy (AEFP) facilitates communication between and among various organizations and individuals in education finance and policy, including academicians, researchers, policymakers, practitioners, administrators, and teachers. As such, the AEFP provides membership opportunities that benefit and meet the needs of individual members and institutional members.
Membership & Conference Rates
Student membership – $70 annually
Regular membership – $110 annually
Combined Conference Registration & Membership Fees
|Student rate||Regular rate|
|In-Person Conference Attendance*|
|Early Bird (Sign up before 1/30/2022)||$270||$460|
|Regular (1/31/2022 – 2/26/2022)||$310||$510|
|Late (after 2/27/2022)||$405||$595|
|Other Attendance Options|
|Single day in-person**||n/a||$210***|
*these rates include annual membership fee
**available for attendees only, there is currently no virtual presentation option
***this does not include annual membership
Members of the AEFP enjoy the following member benefits:
- Education Finance and Policy Published quarterly, AEFP’s Education Finance and Policy provides the most important scholarly research and thought on the subject of finance of public, private and higher education, in the United States, Canada and around the world. Published for AEFP by the MIT Press, the journal is provided to all members.
- AEFP Annual Conference Membership in the AEFP provides the opportunity to stay informed on important education finance issues and network with colleagues at the Annual Conference. Only paid members may attend the annual conference
- AEFP Newsletter Published quarterly, the AEFP Newsletter keeps members informed on important AEFP happenings, as well as important opportunities and upcoming events in the field of education finance.