SIGUCCS Membership Statistics

Fiscal Year 1990-2020

 SIGUCCS Professional Student Affiliate Designee Total Subscribers
    
 FY 2020 119 7 214 0 340 0
 FY 2019 115 4 234 0 353 0
 FY 2018 125 2 246 0 373 0
 FY 2017 147 2 277 0 426 1
 FY 2016 160 3 270 0 433 0
 FY 2015 171 4 273 0 448 0
 FY 2014 182 11 255 0 448 1
 FY 2013 203 14 255 0 472 6
 FY 2012 219 14 221 0 454 2
 FY 2011 237 16 223 0 476 8
 FY 2010 243 16 222 0 481 1
 FY 2009 278 17 314 0 609 2
 FY 2008 303 16 358 0 677 4
 FY 2007 278 19 310 0 607 5
 FY 2006 273 22 283 0 578 3
 FY 2005 287 20 179 0 486 5
 FY 2004 292 36 147 0 475 3
 FY 2003 322 43 72 0 437 15
 FY 2002 346 36 79 0 461 35
 FY 2001 270 14 32 0 316 26
 FY 2000 323 15 44 0 382 61
 FY 1999 356 18 43 6 423 66
 FY 1998 407 17 37 9 470 70
 FY 1997 451 25 24 12 512 88
 FY 1996 512 43 30 14 599 73
 FY 1995 597 68 21 21 707 88
 FY 1994 698 83 58 23 862 110
 FY 1993 804 130 84   1018 86
 FY 1992 887 119 95   1101 89
 FY 1991 960 173 81   1214 96
 FY 1990 997 114 80   1191 108

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