Whether you are already practicing or just beginning your studies, explore your membership options here.
The Casualty Actuarial Society (CAS) has a class of membership, Affiliate, to serve qualified actuaries who practice in the general insurance field and wish to be active in the CAS, but do not meet the qualifications to become an Associate or Fellow of the CAS.
Candidates for Associateship in the Casualty Actuarial Society must fulfill the examination requirements by successful completion of, or credit for, Exams 1, 2, 3F, MAS-I, MAS-II, 5, and 6; have credit for Online Courses C1 and C2; have credit by Validation by Educational Experience (VEE) for the required topics of accounting and finance, and economics; and successful completion of, or credit for, the CAS Course on Professionalism.
In addition to fulfilling all the requirements of Associateship, successful completion of, or credit for, all Fellowship examinations is required to fulfill the requirements for Fellowship and to be designated as a Fellow of the Casualty Actuarial Society (FCAS).
See and Pay Membership Dues
As prescribed by the CAS bylaws, a member may submit a written request for waiver of dues to the Board of Directors before dues have become six months in arrears citing the reason for the request.
A Fellow, Associate or Affiliate who has ceased to be a member because of failure to pay dues, or by voluntary resignation, may be reinstated by a majority vote of the Board of Directors upon payment of a reapplication fee, to be set by the Board of Directors, and such payment may be partially or fully waived by the Board at its discretion.
The Casualty Actuarial Society has mutual recognition agreements with four other actuarial organizations. Details about qualification for Fellowship in the Casualty Actuarial Society by mutual recognition are included on the application forms that are linked below.
For New Members
Learn more about CAS resources and explore CAS-talks and videos. These short videos are brief segments for you to better understand the CAS. In addition to information about the CAS, discover information on volunteer activities.
Seasoned Actuaries advance the knowledge of actuarial science applied to property, casualty, and similar risk exposures, to promote and maintain high standards of conduct and competence within the actuarial profession, to draw upon the experience base of its members to help promote the overall goals of the actuarial profession, and to promote social fellowship among its members.