Registration Rates

Below are the registration rates for the 2025 annual meeting in New York City. Registration will open September 15, 2024.

All US-based historians presenting at AHA sessions must be AHA members, and all participants must register. Onsite rates begin December 16. No refunds will be issued after December 15.

  • Attendee Member: Preregistration/$206 or Onsite/$247
  • Attendee Nonmember: Preregistration/$335 or Onsite/$403
  • Speaker Member: Preregistration/$206 or Onsite/$247
  • Speaker Nonmember: Preregistration/$206 or Onsite/$247
  • Student Member: Preregistration/$95 or Onsite/$113
  • Student Nonmember: Preregistration/$144 or Onsite/$174
  • Un-/Underemployed Member: Preregistration/$50 or Onsite/$63
  • Un-/Underemployed Nonmember: Preregistration/$158 or Onsite/$188
  • Retired Member: Preregistration/$98 or Onsite/$119
  • Retired Nonmember: Preregistration/$168 or Onsite/$203
  • K-12 Teacher Member: Preregistration/$73 or Onsite/$89
  • K-12 Teacher Nonmember: Preregistration/$141 or Onsite/$169
  • Student Groups: AHA members who register can bring their students: Preregistration/$15 or Onsite/$30

Refund requests must be sent to through December 15 and will incur a $20 fee. Refunds will NOT be issued after that date—no exceptions.

Register Starting September 15

Faculty-Student Group Rate

AHA19 Student Group

Help your own students attend the AHA annual meeting through the AHA’s deeply discounted faculty/student group rate. For an additional fee of only $15 for each K-12, undergraduate, and graduate student ($30 after December 15), AHA members can bring students to the annual meeting. After registering, return to and select Edit My Registration or Add Students. Select Register Additional Attendees and click the "New attendee is part of a student group" checkbox at the bottom of Step 1: Select an Attendee page. The AHA’s faculty/student group rate is a great way to mentor students, nourish their interest in history, and encourage their professional growth.

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Code of Conduct

The AHA is committed to creating and maintaining a harassment-free environment for all participants in the Association's activities. All members and participants, including employees, contractors, vendors, volunteers and guests, are expected to engage in consensual and respectful behavior and to preserve AHA's standard of professionalism at all times. Please read the code of conduct that applies to all AHA-sponsored activities.

Code of Professional Conduct