Membership Contribution

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The Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration believes that supporting Dreamers, other immigrant students, and international students is integral to the mission of higher education and vital to the future of America. Become an active member by making an annual contribution to support the Alliance’s ongoing work. Our membership benefits include:

  • Regular member updates and alerts on all immigration matters that intersect with higher education.
  • No limit on the number of campus individuals to be added to our communications lists
  • Action and advocacy opportunities for you and your campus to consider
  • Resources, institutional toolkits and specialized briefings
  • Technical assistance on specific questions or needs
  • Waiver of any fees to participate in amicus brief opportunities
  • Reduced registration fees to Presidents’ Alliance convenings

Institutional Membership Contribution

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Select Tier Institution Type Total FTE Total E&G Expected Membership Contribution
4 year Under 10,000 AND Under $50 million $1,500
4 year Over 10,000 OR Over $50 million $3,000
2 year NA Under $50 million $1,500
2 year NA Over $50 million $3,000
Any Under 1,000 OR Under $10 million $1,000
Please consider joining our Leadership Circle, a giving society whose leadership and financial support enhance our work and help secure our future efforts. Learn more by contacting annie@presidentsalliance.org.
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The nonprofit Presidents’ Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration is a project of the National Center for Civic Innovation, a 501(c)(3) organization created to facilitate the ability of cities and communities throughout the United States to improve the quality of life and the performance of government and nonprofit organizations.

Institutional memberships are voluntary in recognition of the Alliance’s efforts to remain fully accessible and inclusive of all member institutions. Our work, however, could not be completed without the support of contributing members.