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Join Your Future Peers - Today. Become an ASTM Student Member!

As a Student Member of ASTM International, you'll be part of a prestigious worldwide network of technical experts and business leaders who develop standards for quality and testing. An ASTM membership is more than an instant plus for your resume. It's a front row seat to the standardization process, enhancing your knowledge in the subject of standards before you start using them in the workplace.

Exciting Benefits for Student Members

  • Receive Electronic editions of ASTM Magazines and Newsletters
  • Free Attendance at ASTM Symposia
  • Participation in Student Competition and Opportunities to Publish
  • Reduced Memberships Fees Upon Graduation

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To become an ASTM Student Member, just fill out our easy online application.

For additional information, download a copy of our Student Membership Brochure . Brochure in Spanish

ASTM understands the importance of educating the next generation on standards, and that’s why we offer several awards and resources for both students and teachers, including: $10,000 ASTM International Graduate Scholarship; Professor of the Year Award; $500 Project Grants; Professor Tool Kit; Guest Lectures and more. For questions about Student Memberships, please contact Travis Murdock Also download our Academic Awards and Resources Brochure.

ASTM INTERNATIONAL- KATHARINE AND BRYANT MATHER SCHOLARSHIP

This scholarship is presented each year, contingent upon available funds, to full time undergraduate students completing their second/sophomore year of college, or later, or graduate students who are pursuing degrees specializing in cement or concrete materials technology, or concrete construction. Each recipient of the Katharine and Bryant Mather Scholarship shall receive up to $7,500 to be used for their educational expenses and up to $1,500 to cover expenses to attend a Committee C09 meeting. This award is administered by ASTM Committee C09 on Concrete and Concrete Aggregates. Link to form: For more information contact Scott Orthey at sorthey@astm.org.