Membership / Join

The Anthroposophical Society in America is a non-profit, non-sectarian association devoted to furthering the work of Rudolf Steiner. The only requirement for membership is that you acknowledge the value of Rudolf Steiner’s work in the world. You may choose to participate in the activity of the Society at whatever level interests you.

To become a member

Please review the information below. Then CLICK HERE to continue your registration online.

You can also print and complete a PDF form and mail it to the Anthroposophical Society in America, 1923 Geddes Avenue, Ann Arbor, MI 48104. Or you can call our office at 734-662-9355.

As a Society member...

after two years you may apply for membership in the School for Spiritual Science, founded in 1924 by Rudolf Steiner as an esoteric school for spiritual scientific research and study.

ASA members...

...have membership in the General Anthroposophical Society, a global community founded by Rudolf Steiner in 1923 based at the Goetheanum, in Dornach near Basel, Switzerland.

...get the print edition of being human – featuring initiatives, arts, ideas, a gallery, research and reviews, and member news – along with other communications services and resources.

...have free borrowing privileges at the Rudolf Steiner Library, the US national mail-order lending library.

Renew your membership

Already a member?

It's quick and easy to renew online.
Or download this printable form.

When renewing online, if you have not created a login name or password, or do not recall them, please use the link “Password help” in order to log into your existing account.

Make your online renewal contribution as a one-time payment or installments, using Visa or MasterCard or a bank debit...

And you can make additional special donations in support of particular programs...

Financial participation

The Society needs the participation and support of members and friends to carry out its work. Membership in the Society may involve many possible forms of participation and is not dependent on a specific financial contribution.

Contact the office if you are in circumstances which make a contribution difficult – we are always happy to work with you. Email info@anthroposophy.org or phone at 734-662-9355.

Not “a joiner”?
You can simply make a gift to support this work.

Membership contributions and unrestricted gifts cover the cost of US Society activities and services listed below, including a contribution from the ASA to support of the work of the General Anthroposophical Society at the Goetheanum. (Pictured below: the outlines of the first, red, and second, blue, Goetheanum buildings.)

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You can make a one-time contribution or a sustaining amount at annual, monthly, or 3- or 6-month intervals.

  • $15/month ($180/year) - average per member to meet Society expenses
  • $20/month ($240/year) - helps compensate for those with limited incomes
  • $120/year ($10/month)
  • $60/year ($15/quarterly)

For more information, please contact us by email (info@anthroposophy.org) or by phone at 734-662-9355.

Your contributions help to support...

Communications & Outreach

Sharing our vision & mission

being human magazine & e-news

anthroposophy.org, rudolfsteiner.org, social media

Questions, inquiries, reports to members

Anthroposophical Research

The General Anthroposophical Society & the Goetheanum

The School for Spiritual Science:
North American Collegium & Class Holders

Section meetings, public activities

Programs & Member Services

Conferences & member gatherings

Meetings with the General Secretary

Webinars & online learning

Regional, branch & group work

Traveling Speakers Program

Rudolf Steiner Library

Anthroposophical Prison Outreach

Rudolf Steiner House, Ann Arbor

Hospitable site for gatherings & retreats

Membership & financial participation

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Across the country, members come together to study, to share their quest for meaning, their insights and their aspirations. Together with you, we are devoted to furthering Rudolf Steiner’s work and the anthroposophical movement in the United States.

As General Secretary John Bloom has noted, “A single voice can be very powerful, as we know from Steiner’s work, but the path to bringing ideals into reality is through shared ideas and collaborative actions.” Your membership matters! The basis of membership in the Anthroposophical Society is participation, which takes many forms. It is not dependent on a set financial contribution.

Your membership contribution is vital to the work of anthroposophy in the United States and at the Goetheanum. We ask that you consider your situation and give generously, so that we may continue to serve our members, the movement, and the being of Anthroposophia. We are grateful for your support! It’s easy to renew your membership.

Other ways to help

Already a member—or not interested in joining—but want other ways to help?

The Anthroposophical Society in America is a not-for-profit corporation sustained by membership contributions, unrestricted donations, major giving through the Michael Support Circle, and legacy gifts. We also receive gifts designated for many specific activities.