ASCT membership is easy to complete online by following the instructions below.
You may complete your membership renewal online or print an application form and send it in via mail or fax. International members are welcomed in all categories.
- If you are a current member, log into your personal account by clicking Sign In at the top and entering your user name and password. Once you are signed in, click on your name at the top or the My Membership tab on the right to enter your account. Click the red renewal button on the left once if your profile to complete your renewal process. If you forgot your user name and password, contact email@example.com.
- If you are a new member, please click here in order to set up your ASCT user profile.
The ASCT appreciates your continued support!
As you can see the ASCT has been busy this year in fulfilling our mission and vision, to serve you and our profession as the collective voice for cytotechnologists.
- ASCT represented the cytotechnology profession by attending and participating in the meetings of the Clinical Laboratory Improvement Advisory Committee (CLIAC), and sponsoring a survey to address the Notice of Proposed Rule Making (NPRM) for cytology Proficiency Testing (PT). Our membership survey results were presented to the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).
- ASCT represented cytotechnologists in the workforce by being an active member organization of the Coordinating Council on the Clinical Laboratory Workforce (CCCLW).
- ASCT represents cytology laboratories as an active participant in the Joint Commission (JC) Professional and Technical Advisory Committee (PTAC), helping to develop and revise cytology accreditation standards for the JC Standards Improvement Initiative (SII). The ASCT is also an active member of the Cytopathology Education and Technology Consortium (CETC), contributing and endorsing the “HPV Test Utilization” document this year.
- ASCT represented cytotechnology educators by endorsing the “Cytology Schools Under Threat” letter sponsored by the American Society of Cytopathology (ASC) and co-sponsoring a Cytotechnology Educators’ Forum with the ASC.
Use your membership to show support for such continued activities and efforts on your behalf and for our profession. And to acknowledge your fellow cytotechnologists who, as ASCT Board Members, Regional Directors, Committee Chairs and Committee members volunteer thousands of hours annually to ensure that the mission and goals of the Society are accomplished.