AUA Sections & Demographics

The geographic area of North and Central America served by the AUA has been divided into eight geographic regions known as "Sections."

  • The AUA maintains a mandatory reciprocal membership requirement with members residing within the geographic boundaries of its Sections. This applies to all Active, Associate, Senior and Honorary (previously active) members.
  • Section assignment is based on the boundaries found in the AUA Bylaws. Sections that share a common state determine membership boundaries by zip code.
  • Members who move may retain membership in the original Section or join their new one.

Demographic information about AUA members is available on the Member Profile [pdf]. Use the map below to view Section boundaries and contact information.

Click on a Section from the map below to learn more.

Map of the United and States with AUA Sections.

Each Section is chartered by the AUA as a separate corporate entity governed by its own board, association management company and section administrator.

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Members of AUA Sections are also integrated structurally into the governance of the national organization through positions on the AUA Board of Directors, and AUA Councils and Committees.