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Current or returning members – Create an FFA.org Login linked to your existing membership

Most of the information on FFA.org can be accessed without logging in. If you are prompted to log in, then you are attempting to access a feature that requires an FFA.org login. If you do not have an FFA.org login, you will need to create one.

WHAT YOU WILL NEED

To create an FFA.org linked to your existing membership (active or expired), you will need ONE of the following combinations:

Individual Invite Code and Chapter ID

FFA ID and Last Name (spelled exactly as in the roster system)

Chapter Invite Code, Chapter ID, First Name and Last Name (spelled exactly as in the roster system)

Your teacher/advisor and/or alumni leader has access to this information in the roster system.

  1. Click the Log in or Sign up button
  2. Next, click Sign up
  3. Enter your First Name, Last Name and a valid email address Email Address
  4. Select a State from the drop-down menu
  5. Enter your Chapter ID or begin typing your chapter’s name – the system will try to help you find your chapter
  6. Enter one of the following:
    • Individual Invite Code (in the Your Invite Code field)
    • Chapter Invite Code (in the Your Invite Code field)
    • FFA ID
  7. Click Next
  8. Enter your Date of Birth
  9. Create a UsernameMust be between 6 – 30 characters and cannot be an email address 
  10. Create a Password and Confirm PasswordMust be a minimum of 7 characters, contain at least 1 letter and 1 number, and cannot contain the username
  11. Click Next – a one-time, Validation Code will be sent to your email address – THE CODE WILL EXPIRE WITHIN 10 MINUTES
  12. Retrieve the Validation Code from your email account
  13. Enter your Validation Code
  14. Click Submit code and proceed to Log in
  15. Click Return to login to log in to FFA.org with the username and password you just created
Updated on February 21, 2020

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