Active participation in TSPS can pay you untold personal and professional dividends - depending on what you do with your membership.
If you're still wondering, "What's In It For Me?", take a look at some of the benefits of TSPS membership:
- Master the surveying profession through TSPS's education program
- Attend the TSPS Annual Convention
- Convention & Expo to network and earn CEUs
- Stay informed of TSPS and industry happenings with Texas Surveyor Magazine and the Metes & Bounds e-newsletter
- Establish professional contacts
- Receive significant discounts on CEU and paraprofessional training with your TSPS membership
- Have representation before the state legislature
- Access relevant "Members Only" information at www.tsps.org
- Increase your awareness through TSPS publications
- Get involved in TSPS activities to advance your career
- Earn recognition from your peers through our volunteer opportunities and awards programs
- Prove Your Professionalism with a Survey Technician Certification
- Contribute to your profession by developing leadership skills
- Receive personalized, professional attention from TSPS staff
- Take advantage of insurance benefits for you and your company
- Wear your pride on your sleeve - shop the TSPS Logo Store
- And much, much more!
Remember, there's a place for you at TSPS. Grow your personal career and empower the land surveying profession in Texas by joining today!
Online: Click here to join TSPS
Mail: You can download the member application, fill out and mail to:
TSPS, Attn: Membership, 2525 Wallingwood Drive Ste 300, Austin TX 78746
Fax: Download the member application and fax to the TSPS office 512-327-7872
For more information or have an application emailed to you, send a request to DougL@tsps.org
Dues and Assessments
The annual dues of members of the Society, which shall be paid to the Secretary-Treasurer by all classes of membership except honorary and life members, shall be determined annually by the Board of Directors; and such determination shall be submitted to the membership at the Annual Meeting for approval or substitution of another amount for annual dues. If no action is taken at the Annual meeting, the annual dues for the preceding year shall be continued and paid.
Annual Dues shall be payable prior to January 1st of each year. The Secretary-Treasurer shall mail a bill to each member before that date, stating the amount payable. Members failing to pay dues by April 1 shall cease to receive any Society publications other than dues notice and any Annual Meeting Registration form. Members failing to pay dues ten days prior to the Annual Meeting shall have their votes disqualified. Members in arrears one year shall lose all privileges of membership until such arrears are met, and members more than two years in arrears shall be automatically dropped from the Society.
(Dues are not deductible as charitable contributions, however, they may be deducted as a trade or business expense. 9% of your dues are to be used for lobbying activities and therefore are not deductible. Consult your tax advisor.)