Student Membership

Start driving regulatory excellence before you've graduated with a Student Membership to the Regulatory Affairs Professionals Society. You'll have access to unparalleled resources and benefits to build your resume, develop leadership skills and network with established professionals. Transition from student to professional with these benefits:

  • Low membership rate of $70
  • Exclusive discounts on meetings and conferences
  • 33% off Fundamentals of Regulatory Affairs series books
  • 20% discount on select RAPS publications

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Ways to Join:

All RAPS Student Members also receive:

  • Exclusive Access and Pricing to RAPS Online University
    Your membership gives you priority and exclusive pricing on RAPS online course offerings that can help you build critical foundational knowledge and get started in your career.
  • Career Possibilities
    Students with aspirations for upward mobility will find vital opportunities through our Career Connections job board
  • Valuable Networking Opportunities
    With the RAPS Regulatory Exchange, you’ll plug into an expansive online community that connects you to regulatory professionals from around the world.
  • Industry-Leading News and Information
    RAPS drives regulatory excellence throughout the industry by providing all members with our all-digital publication, Regulatory Focus, as well as our weekly update newsletter. We also house a virtual library with free webcasts and content sessions. 
  • Access to RAPS Meetings and Conferences
    Further your career and develop your skills through discounted rates to attend our worldwide conferences, workshops, and meetings.

Student Membership Eligibility

Student membership is available to any individual enrolled as a full-time undergraduate or graduate student at an accredited higher education institution. A school verification form confirming your full-time student status may be requested during your membership term. RAPS reserves the right to decline membership in the event that documentation of full time student status is not provided upon request.