Membership Information

Thank you for being a part of your state psychological association!

Beginning July 1, NCPA rolls out its new Membership Dues Structure. 

Division of Independent Professional Practice (DIPP) dues have been eliminated. 

For those who were DIPP members, if you would like to continue receiving your current benefits and more, please select the Investor or Benefactor membership type. 

Membership Period: July 1, 2020 - June 30, 2021. 
All memberships expire June 30, 2021 regardless of when you join or renew. 

Click here to read the descriptions for each of the Member Benefits.

To join NCPA, fill out our online Membership Application.

Membership Requirements:

Members
Must have a Doctoral or Master’s degree in psychology or an area that is psychological in nature. They must be currently licensed by the North Carolina Psychology Board or include a current official transcript of graduate degree in psychology.

Student Members
Graduate Students shall be in advanced study programs in psychology. The application must include a letter from the department verifying degree candidacy or include a current official transcript. 
Undergraduate Students shall be students who are majoring in psychology. 

Out-of-State Members
Members who are in good standing with NCPA and move to another state or persons from another state who wish to become NCPA members. The application must either indicate licensure in North Carolina or include a current official transcript of graduate work in psychology.

Applications are voted on by the NCPA Board of Directors. Applicants will be notified soon thereafter of the action taken.