Residents and Fellows Within AUA Section Boundaries
2023 Membership Dues
United States and Canada: $115
Mexico and Central America: $115/$75/$50*
Start early, start right and take advantage of all the valuable resources and benefits the AUA has to offer residents and fellows. Join your colleagues from around the world and access the tools and opportunities to help you succeed during all stages of your career in urology.
Resident/Fellow Membership Benefits
High Quality Education & Lifelong Learning
Take advantage of high-quality continuing medical education (CME) for lifelong learning developed by eminent faculty both online and through live courses and meetings, including the AUA Annual Meeting.
Relevant News, Journals & Information
Enjoy complimentary access to The Journal of Urology®, the official journal of the AUA and the most widely read and highly cited publication in the field and online publications like AUANews and AUA NetNews.
Discounted AUA Annual Meeting Registration
In addition to its robust scientific and course program, the AUA Annual Meeting also features an array of programming just for urology residents and fellows.
The AUA serves as a powerful voice when advocating on the federal, state and local levels of government to promote and preserve the interests of the specialty.
Resident/Fellow members are eligible for awards and programs such as the H. Logan Holtgrewe Legislative Fellowship Program and the Urology Care Foundation Research Grant Program.
Resident/Fellow Membership Eligibility and Requirements
Eligible applicants for Resident/Fellow Membership must be:
- a resident enrolled in an ACGME-accredited or AOA urology residency training program in the United States, or an equivalent accredited urology residency program in Canada, Mexico, or Central America
- a clinical fellow enrolled in an accredited fellowship or post residency training program or post-doctoral research fellow with a PhD, MD or equivalent degree in the United States, Canada, Mexico, or Central America who is actively engaged in biomedical research under a qualified mentor
A letter signed by your residency program director on letterhead confirming you are a resident in good standing and your expected graduation date (typed or printed clearly in English) and a $50 application fee is required as part of the application.
*dues for Resident/Fellow members in countries outside the U.S. and Canada (within AUA Section boundaries) are stratified according to the World Bank classification of country. View membership dues by country.