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2021-2022 
Chapters in Good Standing

The Chapter in Good Standing items are due September 30, 2021. Dues payments need to be received to Grafton and Associates by November 15, 2021. Outstanding invoices from the 2020-2021 school year are also included in the Chapter in Good Standing items due November 15

Check out the “Chapter in Good Standing Module” for a tutorial on completing the items. Please note, you do not have to complete the module, it is simply a guide on the process. You can follow the items in the check list below if you don’t need the tutorial, however the module is a great reminder on the process with valuable information. We encourage advisors to check it out!!

New this year: Course code reporting is not required as part of the Chapter in Good Standing Process.

Want to learn more about Affiliation? See the informational section below. This is optional!

Below is the Chapter in Good Standing chart. That will be updated weekly on Wednesdays.

Chapters may not participate in FFA events above the local level until they are in Good Standing. Please make sure to complete all Good Standing Items!

This module walks through the step-by-step process to complete the Chapter in Good Standing items.

Have you completed your Chapter in Good Standing Checklist? Let State Staff know by completing this form.

Chapter in Good Standing Check List

Items Due September 30

  • Membership Submitted to State from ffa.org
  • POA and Budget in ffa.org
  • Updated Constitution/Bylaws in ffa.org
  • Program Profile in ffa.org
  • Teacher Profile in ffa.org
Questions on how to complete these items? Check out the Chapter in Good Standing Module, click the red box above!

Items Due November 15

  • Membership Dues Payment to Grafton
  • Any Outstanding Invoices from 2020-21 School Year 
Note: First year affiliated chapters dues payments are due April 15, 2022.

Affiliation Information

ONLY for chapters interested in Affiliation

The affiliation fee program allows students who are currently enrolled in secondary agricultural education programs or graduates, to be eligible for all the benefits and opportunities offered through FFA. Enrolled students (or graduates) in local agricultural education programs will be considered official FFA members using a scaled affiliation fee, versus a dues model, which only provides benefits to students who pay individual membership dues.

  1. Log in to your ffa.org chapter page
  2. Click on the left-hand tab “Program/Chapter Data”
  3. Select tab in the top middle of the screen, “Dues/Fees”
  4. Look in the middle of the screen for a blue link, “Affiliation Request”
  5. This is an acknowledgement page saying that you read and understand the affiliation membership policy. (See that policy in the “Documents” tab below.
  6. Open the “Chapter Affiliation Agreement” document (found in “Documents” tab below), print and gather signatures. Return to the State Office by October 14.

For the first year of affiliation your roster of all students is due to the state on October 14. Your affiliation dues payment is NOT due on November 16 like the regular dues payments. Your dues payment will be in the spring (April date TBD). 

After the first year of affiliation, starting in the 2021-2022 school year and subsequent years, your affiliation dues payment will be due in November like a normal year. That payment is based on the previous year’s roster number.

Does your chapter have a 2020-2021 outstanding invoice?

Check Here!
ONLY for chapters with outstanding invoices. Check out the tab below for information about accessing the invoice.

The amount and invoice for submitting payment is found in your ffa.org account. Follow these steps to access your invoice: 

1. Log in to ffa.org

2. Click on “Manage Roster”

3. Click on “Manage Batches” 

4. Set the Membership Year for 2020-2021 and click “Search”

5. See the information for the different membership batches you submitted for the 2020-21 memberships. See the section “Dues/Fees” to see each batch amount. Match that amount to the amount your chapter owes in the Outstanding Payment document(same document referenced above!).

6. Click the print icon (it looks like a little printer under the “Actions” column). That will download your invoice.

7. Print that invoice and mail it in with your dues to Grafton and Associates.