Who is eligible to join NCUEA?
Locals or UniServ units whose actual or potential membership is at least 1,000 may join. Others may join with the recommendation of a member association. All potential NCUEA members must be NEA affiliates and equal opportunity employers. NCUEA has higher education chapters and ESP locals among its current members.
Why should I join? What will NCUEA do for my local or UniServ Council?
The NCUEA is the urban "conscience" of the NEA. NCUEA brings with it instant access to a network system that is unlike any other in the United Education Profession.
Not only are members kept informed of internal NEA direction, but they also have access to a forum specifically tailored to the advancement of large local concerns. NEA is not nearly so far away when you are a member of the NCUEA. The NCUEA is an advocacy-oriented support system that follows an agenda mandated by its own members.
What is NCUEA's current membership statistics?
Currently, NCUEA membership stands at 264. NCUEA members include the majority of NEA's 200 largest locals from across the United States. NCUEA has higher education chapters and ESP locals among its current members.