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Membership Frequently Asked Questions


How much does it cost to be a member of NYSAVT?

Believe it or not, being a member of your professional association costs less than a gas station cup of coffee a week!

Depending on your membership category, dues cost between $15 (students) and $55 (LVT's)

What are my dues used for?

Your dues help pay for this great website, a robust career center, our ability to offer reduced cost continuing education, publication of NYSAVT News, the Annual Spring Seminar and legislative representation to be sure that Licensed Veterinary Technicians in New York are protected in their right to practice as licensed professionals.

When will my membership expire?

Your membership will expire 365 days from when you join or renew your membership.

I let my membership lapse, now what?

You can log into your member profile and renew your membership. Your new expiration date will be one year from when you renewed.

How do I print a membership card?

You may print your membership card through your member profile. Log into the website using your username and password. On the right side, select Manage Profile. Select Membership Card from your Information & Settings menu.

How do I access my continuing education credits?

Log into the website using your username and password. On the right side, select Manage Profile. If you have received continuing education you will find your transcript under the Content & Features menu under Professional Development. 

Can you send me a receipt for my dues or event registration?

You have access to all of your financial transactions in your member profile. You can print receipts and event registrations. Consider negotiating reimbursement for your dues or continuing education events with your employer. An investment in NYSAVT is an investment in your profession, career and education. You may access your invoices by selecting Invoices from your Invoicing, Payments & History menu.

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