Since its founding in 1975, ASF has steadfastly stood by its members. Even during periods of state government upheaval and economic uncertainty, members can be certain that ASF is there to represent, support and protect your interests.Employees serving in ASF positions automatically become and pay “fair share” membership. The dues equal 85% of the full share amount. “Full share” members paying a slightly higher amount of dues earn the right to vote for officers or seek officer positions themselves. These members are then able to be appointed to university and system committees and task forces, to participate in union membership meetings, and to vote on contract ratifications.
To become a “full share” member, contact your local union officers for an application. Local officers can also provide you with information about ASF and the current collective bargaining agreement.