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ACE Application for Membership

December 30, 1899

​​To join ACE, download and complete this membership application form and email it to us at: membership@acenet.edu. You can also fax or mail your application to us at the address or fax number listed at the bottom of the form.

Once we have reviewed your application, your institution or organization will be activated as members and listed in our Members and Associates Directory. Prepayment of dues is not necessary; an invoice will be mailed to you following the activation of your membership or affiliation.

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