SIGCHI Membership Statistics

Fiscal Year 1990-2019

 SIGCHI Professional Student Affiliate Designee Total Subscribers
 
 FY 2019 2340 719 793 0 3852 1
 FY 2018 2224 673 813 0 3710 1
 FY 2017 2169 519 728 0 3416 1
 FY 2016 2411 537 600 0 3548 1
 FY 2015 2490 632 569 0 3691 3
 FY 2014 2568 607 650 0 3825 4
 FY 2013 2737 721 691 0 4149 6
 FY 2012 2857 520 682 1 4060 6
 FY 2011 2972 470 863 1 4306 56
 FY 2010 2770 732 912 1 4415 8
 FY 2009 2980 718 1146 1 4845 11
 FY 2008 3367 672 1077 1 5117 17
 FY 2007 3329 636 876 1 4842 78
 FY 2006 2752 427 1341 2 4522 16
 FY 2005 3215 500 689 5 4409 26
 FY 2004 3280 611 497 4 4392 84
 FY 2003 3694 693 416 5 4808 66
 FY 2002 4360 678 293 3 5334 124
 FY 2001 4743 645 257 0 5645 135
 FY 2000 4145 591 214 0 4950 8
 FY 1999 3439 618 209 27 4293 235
 FY 1998 3995 633 170 28 4826 255
 FY 1997 3957 649 178 25 4809 258
 FY 1996 4133 705 157 28 5023 260
 FY 1995 4126 840 193 27 5186 256
 FY 1994 4307 834 287 35 5463 267
 FY 1993 4576 880 311   5767 202
 FY 1992 4724 850 313   5887 195
 FY 1991 4455 770 260   5485 195
 FY 1990 4129 685 206   5023 178

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