SIGMM Membership Statistics

Fiscal Year 1994-2019

 SIGMM Professional Student Affiliate Designee Total Subscribers
       
 FY 2019 348 47 317 0 712 0
 FY 2018 313 22 120 0 455 0
 FY 2017 332 14 85 0 431 0
 FY 2016 354 28 274 0 656 1
 FY 2015 357 36 237 0 630 1
 FY 2014 384 41 192 0 617 11
 FY 2013 391 30 503 0 924 3
 FY 2012 379 37 514 0 930 7
 FY 2011 356 22 22 0 400 14
 FY 2010 363 29 24 0 416 8
 FY 2009 367 34 23 0 424 8
 FY 2008 372 27 24 0 423 16
 FY 2007 366 28 22 0 416 28
 FY 2006 377 38 25 1 441 29
 FY 2005 399 45 26 1 469 24
 FY 2004 388 59 18 0 465 19
 FY 2003 375 65 8 1 449 9
 FY 2002 358 72 11 1 442 4
 FY 2001 410 82 16 0 508 20
 FY 2000 421 98 17 1 537 18
 FY 1999 441 109 7 5 562 18
 FY 1998 572 168 8 5 753 33
 FY 1997 634 176 11 3 824 21
 FY 1996 776 238 4 4 1022 11
 FY 1995 721 227 9 4 961 8
 FY 1994 179 43 9 0 231 70

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