SIGWeb Membership Statistics

Fiscal Year 1991-2020

 SIGWeb Professional Student Affiliate Designee Total Subscribers
    
 FY 2020 217 7 71 0 295 0
 FY 2019 222 12 20 0 254 0
 FY 2018 243 10 26 0 279 0
 FY 2017 277 15 52 0 344 1
 FY 2016 361 16 251 0 628 0
 FY 2015 311 17 36 0 364 1
 FY 2014 349 33 124 0 506 1
 FY 2013 386 47 114 0 547 4
 FY 2012 396 38 86 0 520 5
 FY 2011 439 41 75 0 555 8
 FY 2010 466 57 143 0 666 3
 FY 2009 506 68 125 0 699 2
 FY 2008 492 58 94 0 644 5
 FY 2007 449 41 45 0 535 8
 FY 2006 423 51 38 1 513 7
 FY 2005 478 75 37 1 591 6
 FY 2004 493 70 27 0 590 3
 FY 2003 555 96 29 1 681 7
 FY 2002 624 130 27 2 783 18
 FY 2001 645 131 15 0 791 27
 FY 2000 667 143 31 1 842 44
 FY 1999 535 122 25 6 688 35
 FY 1998 545 116 5 7 673 47
 FY 1997 691 143 5 6 845 54
 FY 1996 822 181 9 5 1017 54
 FY 1995 857 179 3 7 1046 52
 FY 1994 906 209 12 8 1135 40
 FY 1993 1035 255 14   1304 21
 FY 1992 975 221 10   1206 14
 FY 1991 174 40 3   217 0

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