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PaLA Personal Member Costs

PaLA Personal Member Costs

Personal membership fees are determined by membership type (note that PaLA dues and gifts are tax deductible to the full extent allowed by law; $11 of dues are applied to PaLA Bulletin subscription.)

Dues are based on the type of personal membership you choose:

  • Personal Regular: Dues are calculated according to Annual Gross Salary at $3 for each $1,000 of salary, with a minimum of $25 and a maximum of $165. This membership category is for library staff, including professional, paraprofessional and technology-related positions Your membership amount will be calculated from your gross salary amount on the checkout form.
  • Half Price New Member Special! First-time Personal Regular Members only qualify for this half price discount for the first year. Select regular member and you will be directed to the discount code.
  • Personal Student Member: Dues are $25. This membership category is for full-time students taking a minimum of 12 credits per semester; Students joining with PaLA/ALA Joint Membership should not use this form, rather visit the ALA web site.)
  • Personal Trustee Member: Dues are $25. Trustee Membership available to trustees currently serving on a library board.
  • Personal Lay Member: Dues are $25. Lay Memberships are open to anyone who is interested and supportive of Pennsylvania Libraries.
  • Personal Retired Member: Dues are $25. This membership category is for retired persons who are interested and supportive of Pennsylvania Libraries.
  • Continuing Retired Member: No charge for membership. This membership category is for retired persons who held PaLA membership for a minimum of 25 continuous years at the time of retirement.


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