Membership

Step 1:

Choose your membership. The NCBAA Western Region offers two types of memberships—Individual and Institutional. Please proceed to Step 2a for Individual Membership or Step 2b for Institutional Membership.

Step 2a:

Individual Membership Application
Make Your Payment

Checks must be payable to NCBAA/WRCBAA and mailed to
1253 Picadilly Lane Brentwood, CA 94513 in care of the
NCBAA/Western Region Treasurer.

Step 2b:

Institutional Membership Application – Colleges & Universities

Sponsorship/Institutional Membership
Clicking the Institutional Membership Application link will redirect you to the NCBAA website where you will be prompted to include the name and contact information of a primary institutional representative and submit payment to the national organization.

Step 3:

Await Confirmation

Your individual application will be confirmed by e-mail within seven (7) business days of its receipt by the WRCBAA. Please contact the WRCBAA Vice President of Membership if you do not receive a confirmation e-mail.

LaTonya M. Williams, Ph.D.

Vice President of Membership
WilliaL3@crc.losrios.edu

WRCBAA Membership Fee Structure

  • Institutional Membership ($500)
  • Individual Professional Memberships ($50)
  • Individual Student Membership ($10)
  • Associate Membership ($100)
  • Retiree Membership ($100)


Benefits of Membership

  • Access to a network of Black/African American faculty and administrators committed to cultivating the educational opportunities and professional development of African American/Black students, faculty, staff, and administrators
    in the Western Region.
  • Mentoring from WRCBAA Members to support career goals and leadership skill development of African American/Black students, faculty, staff, and administrators.
  • Reduced rate on regional and national conference registrations and workshops.
  • Eligible to participate in the Leadership Development Institutes.
  • Access to the bi-annual WRCBAA newsletter.
  • Access to announcements, job postings, and events pertaining to Black/African American faculty and administrators.