ASID National Honors
To Complete a Nomination Submission:
(1) Please log-in or register using the links at the top of this site
(2) Click on the category list and choose your award category
(3) Read the requirements and criteria
(4) Submit the required information and documentation. (Fellows nominations also include a $50 fee)
Please note: This login is different from the asid.org login
Fellowship is the highest honor that ASID bestows on its members. Elevation to fellowship not only recognizes the achievements of an individual designer but also elevates before the public and the profession a model interior designer who has made a significant contribution to the profession and the Society.
Submissions for the 2015 Class of Fellows have closed and winners will be announced in April and recognized at ASID’s national awards event, Celebration, in July 2015.
Nominations for 2016 Fellows will open in the fall of 2015 with details to follow.
Life Membership is an honor recognizing individual members for their special contributions to ASID. This membership status is confined to past ASID Society-level presidents and other professional members who qualify within the eligibility guidelines. It should not be confused with retired or inactive status, nor tied to financial hardship considerations. New life members must pay dues for the year in which they are approved. However, after the year has ended, the life member is exempt from all annual dues payments. Life members retain all rights and privileges of regular professional membership.
Chapter Community Service Award
The ASID Chapter Community Service Award is bestowed by the Society upon an ASID professional chapter whose community service during the previous ASID program year best exemplifies, in the estimation of the judges, the spirit of bringing design to life in the service of others.
Chapter Medalist and Educator Medalist Award
The ASID Chapter Medalist and Educator Medalist Award is the highest award bestowed by ASID on Society members at the chapter level in recognition of outstanding service and significant contributions to their chapter and to the body of knowledge that supports the profession of interior design. Medalist awards may be granted to ASID professional or allied members who fulfill the criteria that have been established by the ASID Examiners Committee. Receipt of a medalist award does not preclude future fellowship.