The Membership Awards recognize constituent societies who have excelled in membership retention, recruitment and show the greatest percent increase in membership in the past fiscal year (August 1 of prior year to May 31 of current year).

Award: The winning societies receive a plaque at the ASCLS Annual Meeting Awards Ceremony.

Nomination deadline: May 31

Eligibility: Each constituent society of the American Society for Clinical Laboratory Science is automatically reviewed for accomplishments in the above areas based on membership activity for the previous calendar year.

Each awards committee subcommittee reserves the right to withhold the award for the current year if nominees do not meet requirements.

2021 Recipients

Greatest % Increase

1st Place
ASCLS-Capitol Area (Washington, D.C.)

2nd Place
ASCLS-Hawaii

3rd Place
ASCLS-Missouri

Greatest % Increase (Non-Student)

1st Place
ASCLS-Capitol Area (Washington, D.C.)

2nd Place
ASCLS-Oregon

3rd Place
ASCLS-Idaho

Greatest % Retention

1st Place
ASCLS-Hawaii

2nd Place
ASCLS-California

3rd Place
ASCLS-North Dakota

Greatest % Retention (Non-Student)

1st Place
ASCLS-Idaho

2nd Place
ASCLS-Oregon

3rd Place
ASCLS-Wisconsin

2020 Recipients

Greatest % Increase

1st Place
ASCLS-Florida

2nd Place
ASCLS-Kentucky

3rd Place
ASCLS-Oklahoma

Greatest % Increase (Non-Student)

1st Place
ASCLS-Florida

2nd Place
ASCLS-New York

3rd Place
ASCLS-Oklahoma

Greatest % Retention

1st Place
ASCLS-Hawaii

2nd Place
ASCLS-Florida

3rd Place
ASCLS-New York

Greatest % Retention (Non-Student)

1st Place
ASCLS-Hawaii

2nd Place
ASCLS-Florida

3rd Place
ASCLS-Indiana

2019 Recipients

Greatest % Increase

1st Place
ASCLS-District of Columbia

2nd Place
ASCLS-Utah

3rd Place
ASCLS-Maryland

Greatest % Increase (Non-Student)

1st Place
ASCLS-District of Columbia

2nd Place
ASCLS-Maine

3rd Place
ASCLS-Utah

Greatest % Retention

1st Place
ASCLS-Hawaii

2nd Place
ASCLS-West Virginia

3rd Place
ASCLS-Maryland