NEW AND RENEWAL MEMBERSHIPS–PROCESS AND PRICING
Important Notice: Please note the following change in our membership year and special arrangements for new and renewing members in 2023.
We are standardizing our annual membership periods so that all members will have a membership year running from July 1 through June 30 of each year.
To effectuate this change, in 2023 we will send renewal invoices each month as memberships are expiring. This year—and this year only—however, some members will receive a prorated renewal invoice for more than twelve months, while others will receive a prorated renewal invoice for fewer than twelve months.
During this transition period, we are suspending automatic credit card renewal payments. The ability to set your membership renewal for automatic payment by credit card will resume with July 1, 2024, invoices.
NEW MEMBERS OR QUESTIONS
Those seeking to join as a new member, or existing members with questions regarding the 2023 transition to a standardized membership year, should call Meagan Stefanow at 617.227.2087 or contact her by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
MEMBERSHIP TIERS AND DUES THROUGH JUNE 30, 2024
|Membership Tiers||Annual Dues|
|Level 1: 1-25 employees||$600|
|Level 2: 26-100 employees||$1,200|
|Level 3: 101-1000 employees||$1,900|
|Level 4: 1000+ employees||$2,350|
* Policy on Research Requests by Individual Members
An individual membership is intended for someone in a solo business, law, or other professional practice, or a self-employed individual researcher, and provides the individual member all the benefits of membership, including research services at a discounted member rate.
An individual (or retired individual) membership means that the Library will accept research requests only from, and for the benefit of, the individual member–not a member’s assistant, co-worker, spouse, or other person–for matters on which the individual member is working directly.
An individual membership is not intended to permit an employee of a company, firm, or other group to submit research requests on behalf of another employee of the same company, firm or group. If we receive a business-related request from a non-member and then receive a substantially identical request from an individual member at the same organization, it will be considered an abuse of membership and the request will not be honored at either our member or non-member research rates.
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