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AAUP members receive a subscription to Academe as part of membership. Beginning in 2019, Academe subscriptions will include three regular issues of the magazine as well as the annual Bulletin of the American Association of University Professors (the summer issue).

Not a member? You can buy a subscription or order individual issues by calling (202) 737-5900 during working hours. Please select "membership" from the automated menu of options. Domestic nonmember subscriptions are $95, foreign subscriptions $100. Single-issue prices are $18 for regular issues and $50 for the Bulletin (summer issue). Bulk discounts are available.

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Opt In to Academe Print Edition

AAUP members who do not “opt in” to print subscriptions automatically receive digital-only subscriptions. The digital edition of the magazine includes all of the articles from the print edition plus additional online-only features and downloadable .pdfs of entire issues. By transitioning to a digital subscription, you can help the AAUP conserve needed resources for other areas of our work. If you do wish to receive a print subscription, you can opt in at this link using your AAUP website username and password. There is no charge for opting to continue to receive the print version, and you will also be able to access the digital edition. Please keep in mind that it may take us several weeks to update our mailing lists.

Opt Out of Academe Print Edition

If you are an AAUP member currently receiving the print edition of the magazine and would prefer to receive only the digital edition, please use your AAUP website username and password to log in at this link. Uncheck the box next to "Academe Opt-in" and save this change to your subscription. You may opt in to receiving the print subscription again later, but please keep in mind that it may take us several weeks to update our mailing lists.