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Dues Information

Annual Dues for Each Membership Type

K-12 Membership Types

Role / Status Category Dues
Active Professional FT AC-1-100 $625.40
Active (employed 26% to 50%) AC-1-50 $312.70
Active (employed 25% or less) AC-1-25 $156.35
Pre-Retired RT-9-7 $516.00
Reserve (former Active) RS-1-0 $112.50
Retired Annual RT-8-0 $71.00
Retired Lifetime RT-7-7 $516.00
Student ST-0-0 $39.00
Substitute (not in bargaining unit) SB-0-0 $45.00

ESP Membership Types

Salary Category Dues
$53,500 or more AC-2-100 $469.40
$46,500-53,499 AC-2-100 $430.40
$39,500-46,499 AC-2-100 $383.40
$32,500-39,499 AC-2-100 $343.00
$25,500-32,499 AC-2-100 $235.00
$15,001-25,499 AC-2-50 $192.20
$15,000 or less AC-2-25 $116.60
Reserve (former Educational Support) RS-2-0 $70.00
Determine the member’s annual salary and determine the dues based on the above chart.

Public Employees & Higher Ed Membership Types

Role / Status Category Dues
Active Higher Ed Employees HE-0-100 1.02% of gross salary
Active State Employees PE-0-100 1.02% of gross salary
Active City & County Employees CC-0-100 1.02% of gross salary
Retired Annual (PE & HE) RT-8-9 $24.00
Retired Lifetime RT-7-7 $516.00
Public employees (state, county, city) and higher education including PSRP state, national and local dues and special assessments are 1.002% of the gross salary earned to a maximum of $47.12 per month. The minimum amount is $19.20.

If you have a question about your dues amount or category, contact North Dakota United at 701-223-0450 or [email protected].


Keeping the Promise of Quality Public Education & Public Services

With more than 11,500 members across the state, NDU supports equal opportunities for success for ALL North Dakota students, and respect and support for all educators. NDU members are teachers, community college professors, speech pathologists, bus drivers, secretaries, retired educators and student teachers.