What are some ways that students can get involved with CNU?



  • Does CNU offer Student Memberships?
    Yes, CNU offers free Student Memberships. As a student member, you’ll gain the news, training, and resources you need to achieve your goals and advance your career. You’ll also have opportunities to learn, connect, engage, network, advocate and innovate with others who are developing a new vision for our built environment. Student members have access to the Member Directory, Monthly Newsletter, Chapter Membership as well as CNU-A Eligibility. Sign up for a Student Membership here.

  • Does CNU offer volunteer opportunities for student members?
    CNU is accepting volunteers for the 27th annual Congress in Louisville, KY on June 12th-15th, 2019. In return for 10-12 hours of volunteer time, CNU offers volunteers a 4-day Congress registration to all non-ticketed sessions for a heavily discounted rate of $185. Volunteers who complete their hours and duties are eligible for a $100 registration refund. The volunteer application period closes April 15th, 2019. Learn more about CNU 27.Louisvillve Volunteering here.
  • Where are CNU’s local chapters located?
    CNU has 19 chapters across the US and Canada. To find out more about the Chapter in your area please go here: https://www.cnu.org/get-involved/find-chapter

  • Student attendance at the annual Congress
    Students can attend the annual Congress at steeply discounted rates (for example early bird registration is $525 for general attendees, it is $125 for students). You can learn more about student registration here: https://www.cnu.org/what-we-do/congress

  • How can I apply for a scholarship? 
    There are a wide variety of scholarships available to students, while the scholarship application window is currently closed for CNU 27.Louisville, we will be accepting scholarship applications again beginning on January 15th of 2020. Scholarships are done online, and the process only takes a few minutes. You should be prepared to have a letter of recommendation from a professor.


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