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FAQ ON VARIOUS TYPES OF
UAP MEMBERSHIP


Q: Can a registered architect apply for charter membership?

No, only the members of the three organizations, which united to form UAP, are considered Charter Members of UAP. Charter Members have UAP registration dating on or prior to December 31, 1975.

Q: What are the rights and privileges of a charter member?

Charter Members shall have the right to print the initials "CUAP" after his name. He shall enjoy the same multitude of rights and privileges as Corporate Members enjoy.

Q: What is a "Fellow" of UAP?

The elevation of a corporate member to "Fellow" is a distinction, which UAP gives to its corporate members who have rendered notable contribution to the advancement of the architectural profession.

Q: What are the qualifications for a corporate member to be elevated to the status of Fellow?
  • The corporate member must have been a "Member in Good Standing" for a period not less than ten (10) years.
  • He must have rendered notable contribution to the advancement of the architectural profession be it in design, construction management and technology, education or public service.
  • He must be nominated by the his Chapter, which must be a Chapter in Good Standing, through a written petition and supported by either of the three: a Chapter Board Resolution; nomination by at least twenty (20) corporate members in good standing; or nomination by at least ten (10) Fellows in good standing excluding the members of the Jury of Fellows.
Q: What are the rights and privileges of being a Fellow of UAP?
  • A corporate member elevated to "Fellow" shall have the distinction to print the initials "FUAP" after his name.
  • He shall have the distinction to wear the medallion conferred on him on every formal function of the UAP.
  • He shall have the distinction to attend all meetings of the august College of Fellows and to sit with the Jury of Fellows.