Applications received will be reviewed and approved by the MSPS board of directors at their next meeting.
Welcome to MSPS, we invite you to consider becoming a member of our organization! The Minnesota Society of Professional Surveyors has been working to provide accurate land and boundary information to property owners, builders and design professionals since 1953. Check out the benefits to membership here.
Types of membership:
Licensed members: $215
Any person who is licensed as a Land Surveyor pursuant to the laws of the State of Minnesota. LS Membership includes membership in the National Society of Professional Surveyors (NSPS).
Training members: $90
Any person who has successfully passed the Fundamentals of Land Surveying Exam as issued by N.C.E.E.S. and are residents of Minnesota, Iowa, North Dakota, South Dakota and Wisconsin.
Associate members: $85
Any person who is Licensed and in good standing as Land Surveyor in any state of the United States other than Minnesota or in any province of Canada.
Technical members: $80
Any person who has an active interest in land surveying and not eligible for membership under other classifications.
Sustaining members: $315
Any individual, partnership, or corporation engaged in the manufacture or distribution of surveying instruments and/or equipment, or n the compilation and/or reproduction of maps, or in the performance of services for land surveyors.
Are those Members with an interest in land surveying who are enrolled part time or full time in a surveying or related degree program.
Those members who have attained unusual professional recognition by their contribution to the profession of land surveying.
Are those Members who were a LICENSED MEMBER, and who have attained 62 years of age and have retired from active practice as land surveyors, and who have paid their dues as a LICENSED MEMBER for the year in which they attained age 62, or retired, whichever is later, and for each of the nine (9) years preceding. Life Members shall have the right to vote.
Are those Members who were either a TRAINING MEMBER or a TECHNICAL MEMBER, and who have attained 62 years of age and have retired from the surveying practice, and who have paid their dues for the year which they attained age 62, or retired, whichever is later, and for each of the preceding nine (9) years.
Any firm who has Licensed Members who are actively engaged as consultants in the field of land surveying in Minnesota. The number of personnel is the total average of all personnel, including principals, licensed surveyors, designers, drafters, technicians, clerical and other employees (excluding part-time or second employees) on the firm’s payroll for the past calendar year. In the case of Land Surveying-Engineering firms, the prorated portion of personnel concerned with, or in general support of the surveying function should be counted.