Become A Member

Use the following registration forms to become part of the NMJCL!

Remember to:

  • Register with the National Junior Classical League –www.njcl.org/pages/forms
  • Postmark your NMJCL registration forms by January 1st so that your students may fully participate in the NMJCL Convention (see section 3.5 below)
  • Sponsors need to also register with the American Classical League www.aclclassics.org

>> If you have any questions about how to register, please contact the NMJCL Parliamentarian at parliamentarian@nmjcl.org

(From the NMJCL Constitution)

ARTICLE III. MEMBERSHIP

3.1 Chapter Membership

A. A Chapter will consist of five or more members.

B. A local chapter may become a Chapter of NMJCL by paying both NMJCL annual chapter dues and any annual chapter membership dues required by NJCL. A Chapter must have a Sponsor of NMJCL as an advisor.

3.2 Student Membership

A. A student whose local club is an NMJCL Chapter may become a Member of NMJCL by paying both NMJCL annual student dues and any annual student dues required by NJCL.

B. A student whose local club is not an NMJCL Chapter may become a Member-at-Large of NMJCL by paying any NMJCL annual Member-at-Large dues and any annual Member-at-Large membership dues required by NJCL.

C. Each student Member or Member-at-Large should be currently enrolled in a classical language or classical humanities course or should have completed two years of such. Membership may be granted to other students at the discretion of each student’s Sponsor.

3.5 Good Standing

A. In order for an NMJCL Chapter to be in good standing, all required dues of chapter membership must be postmarked by January 20th. A Chapter which is not in good standing will lose the following rights: to vote at the NMJCL Convention; to sponsor a candidate for state office; and to induct members into the National Latin Honor Society.

B. In order for an NMJCL student Member to be in good standing, all required dues of student membership must be postmarked by January 20th. If the student is a member of an NMJCL Chapter, then that Chapter also must be in good standing. A student who is not in good standing will lose the following rights: to be a Voting Delegate or participate in Chapter caucus at the NMJCL Convention; to run for state office; to propose amendments to the NMJCL Constitution or By-laws; and to join the National Latin Honor Society.