Over 12,000 music educators throughout Texas are TMEA members. Any person who teaches music or is simply interested in supporting the purposes of TMEA may become a member. Membership offers a variety of benefits, including access to group health insurance, low-cost liability insurance, professional development opportunities, online and printed pedagogical and advocacy resources, and representation by TMEA leaders before our state’s decision makers, including the State Legislature, State Board of Education, and more. Join your colleagues today and support the future of music education in Texas.
How to Join/Renew and Register
Join or renew online using the links to the left. It's the most efficient method. Your email address on your TMEA record is your username.
Credit card types accepted are Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover.
If you are unable to renew or preregister online, you can print this form showing on-site fees to turn into your business office (requires Adobe Reader). Since the deadline has passed, all checks will need to be hand-carried to on-site registration at the higher amount listed below (the After Jan 23 fees).
Membership Year: July 1–June 30
There are multiple levels of membership. Ensure when you join or renew that your membership level is appropriate for your status either as a student or music teacher.
Don’t live in Texas? We welcome you to support our organization by becoming an active member. However, to attend the TMEA Clinic/Convention, out-of-state attendees are only required to pay registration fees.
Convention Registration Fees
To attend the annual TMEA Clinic/Convention, music educators living in Texas must be active TMEA members. Convention information
- Divisions & Regions
- Volunteer to Help
- Audition Entry
- Honor Band
- Marching Band Philosophy
- Region Chair Resources
- Convention College Band/Jazz Application
- Convention MS/HS Jazz Application
- Convention HS Percussion Ensemble
- Job Services
- Mentoring Network
- Texas All-State
- Texas Future Music Educators
- Texas Music Scholars
- Distinguished Administrator Award
- Music Industry
- Music Education in the Law
- Music Education Advocacy
- Teaching Resources
- Southwestern Musician
- Texas Music Education Research
- TMEA Policies