How to find your FFA ID

Need your FFA ID to complete an application or participate in an event? Here are a couple ways to find it.

What is an FFA ID?

An FFA ID is a unique identification number assigned to an individual profile in the National FFA database. An FFA ID can be associated with one or more roles (e.g., student, alumni, teacher/advisor, alumni leader, state staff, national staff, sponsor, etc.) However, an FFA ID can only be associated with one FFA.org login.

If you are a student or alumni member, you should only have one FFA ID and that FFA ID should be linked to your current and past memberships. If you have more than one FFA ID or FFA.org login, contact your teacher/advisor or alumni leader.

Teachers/advisors and alumni leaders can find their members’ FFA IDs in the roster system, under Manage Memberships.

Option 1: Look it up on FFA.org

Where to start

  1. Go to FFA.org
  2. At the top, click Dashboard
  3. Select the option that best applies (e.g., Student Members, Alumni Members, etc.)
  4. Under Quick Access, select Manage My Profile

    If you are not logged in to FFA.org, you will be prompted to log in.

Logging in to FFA.org

If you already have a username and password, log in to FFA.org.

If you don’t have an FFA.org login, go here for instructions on how to create an FFA.org login.

Locating your FFA ID

Once logged in, you should be able to locate your FFA ID in the Overview section

If you do not see any current roles or memberships, you may be logged in to an account that does not have any active roles or memberships.

Option 2: Ask your teacher/advisor or alumni leader

Ask your teacher/advisor or alumni leader to look up your FFA ID in the roster system. They can follow the steps located here.

Updated on October 14, 2020

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