Question: Do I need to be an Igbo person to become a member of ICAC?
Answer: No. According to Article 4 of the ICAC Bylaw, membership shall be opened to all persons interested in Igbo Culture including people of Igbo ancestry, and all other persons who identify with Igbo culture and are wiling to abide by the Bylaws of the Association.


Question:  Who can I contact to register as a member?
Answer: The Secretary or any other Executive of the Association. You can also register on line by completing the registration form.


Question: What is the contact?
Answer: Any member of ICAC.


Question: What is the membership process?
Answer: A completed membership registration form and payment of the registration fees. There are three memberships  categories namely – single, family and students.


Question: How much does it cost to register as a member?
Answer: A non refundable fee of $10.00 when your membership application has been accepted.  This amount can change from time to time.
Question: Are there any other fees that will be paid on becoming a Member of ICAC:
Answer: Yes, the annual dues.
Question: If so how much?


Answer: $50.00 per family and $25.00 for a single member. Annual dues must be paid by the end of April every year
Question: What are the benefits of becoming a member of the ICAC?
Answer: See our benefits page.
Question: If I need any additional information about ICAC, where do I  go to?
Answer: Visit the website or contact the Secretary or any other  member of the Executive