How much does it cost to be a member of the SEAC?
Membership dues are $175 per year.
Do I have to live in the southeastern US to join the SEAC?
Yes, you have to reside or work in either Alabama, Arkansas, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, or Virginia to join the SEAC.
If I am a member, but move out of the SEAC territory, do I have to terminate my membership?
No, even if you move to the North Pole you can still maintain your SEAC membership by paying your annual membership dues.
How much does it cost to attend an SEAC Meeting?
If you are an SEAC member you and your spouse/significant other may attend meetings free of charge. Nonmembers who attend a meeting are required to pay a meeting fee of $300, with an additional fee of $50 for their spouse/significant other. However, meeting fees are waived for nonmembers who participate on the program as a speaker. Dues-paying Friends of the SEAC who attend a meeting pay a reduced meeting fee of $150, with an additional fee of $50 for their spouse/significant other.
Can I receive Continuing Education credit from the AAA by attending an SEAC meeting?
Yes. Semi-annual SEAC meetings provide an excellent and cost-efficient source of continuing education for our members. See our Continuing Education Credit page for more details.
Does the Conference provide any continuing education certification when I attend a meeting?
No. Per AAA guidelines, it is the member's responsibility to maintain adequate records of compliance with continuing education requirements. At a minimum, we suggest that you retain a copy of the meeting program and the attendance list.
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