THE OLDEST STATE LEVEL CRIMINAL JUSTICE ORGANIZATION IN THE UNITED STATES
NORTH CAROLINA CRIMINAL JUSTICE ASSOCIATION
MEMBERSHIP CATEGORIES AND DUES
BASIC ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP
$25 per year pays for the NCCJA fiscal year.
EXTENDED ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP
To reduce administrative costs and to eliminate the need of sending annual dues notices, etc., the Executive Board has approved two Extended Annual Membership terms. New members are welcome to enroll for an extended term. Current members may add to their existing annual membership, with the new extended term becoming effective at the end of their current membership term.

New members joining at or after the Fall meeting are enrolled as of 1 October of that same year, with their membership extending to the end of the next year (15 months).
3 Years - Extended Annual Membership
By paying $50, one may become a member for three years, saving $25 over cumulative annual renewals.
5 Years - Extended Annual Membership
By paying $75, one may become a member for five years, saving $50 over cumulative annual renewals.
AFFILIATED INSTITUTIONAL MEMBERSHIP
For an annual fee of $45 an academic institution, justice studies related academic department or criminal justice agency may affiliate with the NCCJA. Any full time employee of an affiliated institution, department or agency shall be an associate member of the NCCJA.

All such full time employees many attend NCCJA meeting as members. However, each affiliate institution, department or agency shall receive only one set of NCCJA mailings, and shall have only one vote at NCCJA business meetings, to be voted by a caucus of the associate members of each affiliate in attendance at NCCJA business meetings.
STUDENT MEMBERS
For $15 per year, students in North Carolina college and universities may become non voting student members.
STUDENT CHAPTERS
For an annual fee of $30, a student justice studies related club at any North Carolina college or university many become affiliated with the NCCJA. All student members of that club become non voting student members of the NCCJA.