A full-time student at the college undergraduate or graduate level in the industrial hygiene or occupational and environmental health and safety field may become a Student member upon application and submission of a statement from his/her faculty advisor, transcript, or other means confirming status as a full-time student, initially and annually if requested.
Part-time students who are taking at least one-half the credit hours required for full-time undergraduate/graduate student may also become a student member upon application and submission of a statement from his/her faculty advisor, transcript or other means confirming the number of credit hours, initially and annually if requested. A Student member may not vote on Association-related issues but may serve as a non-voting member of a committee.
AIHA offers a wealth of benefits for all of its members. For students, we offer a close-knit professional community, career assistance and counseling, volunteer opportunities on the local and national levels, and a wide range of applicable industry knowledge and information.
Benefits and Value of Membership
Community & Connections
Knowledge & Resources
Education & Events
- Student-led presentations at AIHce EXP
- Dedicated Professional Development Committees
- Complimentary PDFs
- Free shipping on publications
AIHA Code of Conduct Acknowledgement
This document outlines the Code of Conduct for all members and volunteers of the American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) and summarizes the behavior expected of members and volunteers representing AIHA in any forum, mailing list, public meetings or private correspondence. We ask that our members and volunteers read and submit the acknowledgement via the online form.
AIHA dues are not deductible as a charitable contribution for federal income tax purposes but may be partially deductible as a business expense. Dues are not refundable. AIHA estimates that 6% of your dues are not deductible because of AIHA's lobbying activities on behalf of its members. AIHF and AGF are 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations. Contributions to either may be tax deductible. Consult your tax advisor.
Please note... membership dues are not refundable.