Become part of this vibrant community of interior design professionals, students and Industry Partners!
Professional Members expand their knowledge and network in the highest level of ASID membership. They have completed a course of accredited education and equivalent work experience in interior design, and have successfully passed the NCIDQ examination.
Allied Members receive the resources of a professional society as they continue to develop their interior design career. Eligible individuals are practicing interior designers who have completed 40 semester or 60 quarter credit hours in interior design education from an accredited institution (university, college or technical school). Continuing education coursework/hours do not count toward meeting the education requirement for membership.
Former Professional or Allied Members (Reinstatement Form)
If your membership has lapsed within the last five years you may be eligible to reinstate your membership. Send in the completed reinstatement form along with the $100 reinstatement fee. You then pay membership dues for the first 12 months of membership. If your membership lapsed more than five years ago you must reapply under the current membership criteria. Questions contact the Customer Service Department at (202) 675-4456.
This level is for educators who are actively engaged as department chairs or full-time instructors in a post-secondary program of interior design education at any university or accredited school of interior design that requires completion of 40 semester credit hours in interior design-related courses, and who have successfully passed the NCIDQ exam.
Student Members prepare for their career by joining the ASID network. Specifically for interior design students enrolled in an interior design or architecture program that requires at least 40 credit hours or 60 quarter credit hours of interior design coursework to graduate. Students at schools where an ASID student chapter exists may join as a student chapter member; students at other schools may join as an independent student member.
ASID hopes your student membership has helped you forge a personal network of professional contacts that will help you advance your career. It\’s time to build on that solid foundation of support, values and resources and advance to allied membership.
Members include interior design industry manufacturers and their representatives, related trade associations and market centers. Industry Partners provide opportunities for interaction between interior designers and the interior furnishings industry that supplies services and manufactured products
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