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Joining at the TMEA Clinic/Convention

You can join TMEA on-site at the annual Clinic/Convention at rates listed below. Registration opens Wednesday, February 12 at 1:00 p.m. and closes Saturday, February 15 at 2:00 p.m. If you need proof of fees to provide your school, download this fees information page (do not mail this to TMEA with funds-it will be returned and the funds will not be credited).

Payment types accepted on site: Visa, MasterCard, AMEX, personal or school paper check (payable to TMEA—processed on-site), cash, and school purchase order (official, signed, and for the accurate amount).

Membership Dues

Active: $50
Retired: $20
College Students: $20
Institutional: $55 (institutional membership forms available in these packets: Texas; Out-of-state)
Sustaining: $75 (Online renewal is not available for Sustaining members: sustaining membership form)

Convention Fees
  • $70 for active and out-of-state members
  • $15 for retired members
  • Fee included with college membership ($20 membership)
TI:ME Preconference On-site Registration: $50 (paid separately)

Wednesday Only 8 a.m.–3 p.m. in the foyer of Convention Center Room 204 This is a separate badge from the TMEA Clinic/Convention badge. Technology for Music Education (TI:ME) will be holding their 2014 National Conference in conjunction with the 2014 TMEA Clinic/Convention. TI:ME will also hold Preconference sessions on Wednesday, February 12, that offer educators an intensive technology-oriented experience on current music technology topics in education with top music educators in the field as presenters. There is an additional $50 fee and separate early registration to attend these pre-conference sessions (this registration must be paid separately and cannot be paid for with a purchase order).

Technology sessions during the convention are available to all registrants.

Family members: $10

Family members of registered attendees are welcome to attend as long as they are not also music educators, musicians, or college music students (for children under 12, family badges are free and available if the child is present at registration). Family badges can be purchased for $10 each on-site at the convention (family member must be present). Pre-purchased family badges are non-refundable (if unused, distributed to the TMEA scholarship fund). On-site purchase must be by a TMEA member who has completed registration. No CPE credit will be given for individuals with family badges; family badges also do not provide priority access to the All-State concerts (if seating is available, attendees with family badges can enter 10 minutes prior to the concert).

Last Updated on Tuesday, 15 April 2014 08:38