A brief overview...
Welcome to the Linguistic Society of the Philippines (LSP)! We are glad you are interested in becoming a member. Our goal is to be involved in your professional development, particularly in the field of linguistics.
Before you make your decision on whether or not to apply for membership, you may want to take a look at some pertinent information regarding it first.
Why should I join LSP? What do I get from membership?
LSP members get:
To present papers at annual conferences of the Society upon approval
of the program committee
To regularly receive a copy of the Philippine Journal of Linguistics (PJL)
To elect (except institutional members) and be elected
To regularly receive information about professorial chair lectures, special events, seminars, and other activities of the Society
What are my responsibilities as a member?
As a member of LSP, you may be called:
To serve on committees upon invitation of the Board of Directors
To participate in annual general meetings, special meetings, monthly lectures and annual conferences
To pay membership fees regularly, which is on or before December 31 of each year
To engage in professional activities to advance the purposes of the Society
How much is membership?
Student Membership: Php 700/year
Regular Membership: Php 1,000/year
Institutional Membership: Php 4,000/ year
Lifetime Membership: Php 8,000
All rates are current as of March 2018.
How do I join now?
To register for membership, visit one of the quick links below.
** Please note that, beginning January 2018, all successful membership applications (except Lifetime) will be valid from January 1 to December 31 of the application year. And for those who applied (or will be applying) for membership in 2017, the membership expiration date will expire on December 31, 2018 instead of March 30, 2018.
We are now accepting members for year 2018!
How do I renew my membership?
You may renew your membership here: http://www.lsphil.net/renewal
Can I upgrade my membership?
Unfortunately, the upgrade facility has been indefinitely suspended. We hope you understand.