COPRI is a diverse organization of coastal, ocean, port, harbor, navigation and waterways professionals. Although practicing engineers are a large segment of COPRI's membership, COPRI members also include geologists, biologists, planners, lawyers, scientists and business professionals across the four disciplines.
You don't have to be a member of ASCE to join COPRI. COPRI only membership is available for only $85 per year. Benefits include:
As an ASCE member, you have the opportunity to join one Institute at no additional cost, or add a second institute for just $30 per year. Benefits include:
Join ASCE/COPRI Remember to select COPRI as your primary Institute!
(Free for current students) There are two types of membership available for students - ASCE/COPRI Student Membership and COPRI Student Membership. ASCE student membership comes with additional student benefits (and it's still free). Remember to renew your membership every year while you're still in school!
All ASCE and COPRI Student Members receive invites to participate in student paper or poster competitions and special networking receptions at our events. Students at a participating university are also invited to join a COPRI Student Chapter (or form one at the graduate level).
ASCE/COPRI Student Membership
Exclusive ASCE/COPRI benefits include:
COPRI Student Membership
Great for businesses, government agencies, and other organizations to make themselves more visible to the technical community of COPRI/ASCE.
Learn more about COPRI Organization Membership.
Membership dues prices are for the calendar year (January 1 - December 31). Annual membership dues must be paid prior to admission or reinstatement of membership, and to maintain membership in the Society. ASCE offers discounts for international members, and a 5 year sliding scale for new graduates.
Student Sliding Scale
MOP 130: Waterfront Facilities Inspection and Assessment
ASCE 61-14: Standard Seismic Design for Piers and Wharves
MOP 129: Mooring of Ships to Piers and Wharves
MOP 50: Planning and Design for Small Craft Harbors
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