Regular membership is for individuals who are employed by an institution of higher education and whose teaching or administrative responsibilities include significant, non-routine computer usage. Such individuals are typically faculty who teach about or with computers, or individuals involved in the support or delivery of academic computing services. Only regular members may hold office in the Consortium.
Affiliate membership (Non-Voting) is available to any individual or organization who wishes to keep informed of the activities of the Consortium, and includes all the benefits of regular membership except that affiliate members may not hold an office or vote.
All members receive the Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges. Six issues each year present refereed papers from ten regional CCSC conferences.