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NACS Login Process Guide

Use Your NACS Login to...

  • Access Member-Only Information
  • Order Products
  • Pay Dues
  • Plan for the NACS Show
  • Subscribe to NACS Daily
  • Pre-Populate Event Registration Forms
  • Future Personalization

NACS is moving many transactions online to our website, When transacting business with NACS through, it’s necessary to have a user name and password. These “credentials” are unique to an individual, not a company. So, while you may be associated with a member or non-member company, your NACS Login is just for you. Once your credentials have been established, logging in to in the future is easy.

Why? For Your Benefit and Convenience

Our goal is to help make interacting with NACS more efficient, secure, and easy for your convenience. It will help reduce redundancy, filling out forms, and use of paper, reduce errors that can occur through manual handling and processing, and more.

Four Login Scenarios

To get started, or for help in retrieving your existing login information, select your scenario below.

1. I have a NACS Login and I know what it is
2. I have a NACS Login but I can't remember what it is

Step 1
At, choose Log In at the upper right of the webpage.

Step 2
At the next screen, click on Forgot User Name or Password.

Step 3
At the next screen:

  1. enter either your user name or email address
  2. enter your last name
  3. click continue

An email will immediately be sent to you with a password reset link. (The link expires in 30 minutes). Follow the link to reset your password and you'll be able to log in.

3. I do not remember if I have a NACS Login
4. I need to create a NACS Login

Retain Your Login for Future Use

Your NACS Login will become increasingly important. We suggest that you retain the login in a secure place; soon, you'll use your NACS Login for almost every transaction with us.

Need Further Help?

Contact the NACS Help Desk