SIGSIM Membership Statistics

Fiscal Year 1990-2019

 SIGSIM Professional Student Affiliate Designee Total Subscribers
 
 FY 2019 258 22 65 0 345 3
 FY 2018 269 28 20 0 317 1
 FY 2017 285 21 42 0 348 1
 FY 2016 298 24 24 0 346 4
 FY 2015 334 28 29 0 391 4
 FY 2014 337 37 27 0 401 4
 FY 2013 370 47 45 0 462 12
 FY 2012 383 49 61 0 493 11
 FY 2011 389 56 70 0 515 23
 FY 2010 388 52 51 0 491 17
 FY 2009 384 59 29 0 472 10
 FY 2008 421 49 48 0 518 11
 FY 2007 414 63 42 1 520 9
 FY 2006 393 59 32 2 486 23
 FY 2005 415 80 35 2 532 11
 FY 2004 376 69 35 1 481 10
 FY 2003 373 60 14 2 449 13
 FY 2002 324 60 3 1 388 10
 FY 2001 308 58 3 1 370 19
 FY 2000 330 68 8 1 407 41
 FY 1999 385 76 6 9 476 73
 FY 1998 475 87 1 11 574 62
 FY 1997 507 96 1 10 614 98
 FY 1996 624 118 2 10 754 115
 FY 1995 745 161 2 14 922 139
 FY 1994 880 194 3 15 1092 148
 FY 1993 1081 238 3   1322 111
 FY 1992 1328 286 5   1619 139
 FY 1991 1438 326 4   1768 162
 FY 1990 1494 270 4   1768 178

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