Become a Member

Benefits of Membership:

  • Opportunities for professional leadership

  • Access to professional development funds for more information click here.

  • Professional development opportunities (webinars, publications, etc.)

  • Networking and collaboration with colleagues

  • Sharing of professional resources

  • Updates on organizational activities

  • KAAN Committee involvement. Learn about our committees

The Kansas Academic Advising Network is a nonprofit association open to all persons interested in issues related to academic advising at post-secondary institutions in the state of Kansas.

The KAAN membership year is from September 1 to August 31.

KAAN welcomes academic advisors, counselors, faculty members, administrators, and others whose interests are in or are related to the area of academic advising. An eligible individual shall become a regular member in good standing upon payment of the annual conference registration or KAAN individual membership dues. All regular members in good standing shall be eligible to attend meetings, vote, and utilize all the services and benefits provided by KAAN.

Note: Individual membership does not include admission to the annual conference held each September. Consider registering for the KAAN annual conference!

Join KAAN with an individual one-year membership ($30)

The $30 individual registration fee provides one-year membership to KAAN from September 1 to August 31 and includes the following benefits:

  • Opportunities for professional leadership
  • Access to professional development funds
  • Professional development opportunities (webinars, publications, etc.)
  • Networking and collaboration with colleagues
  • Sharing of professional resources
  • Updates on organizational activities

Questions about KAAN membership? Please reach out to us at contactus@kansasadvising.org.


June 2019 Update: We are updating our online membership form to better serve college advisors across Kansas. It will be posted here when ready. Thank you for your patience and understanding!

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