Pay ACF Fee

The ABU accepts credit card payments of the Annual Certificate Fee, applying a $5 convenience fee to offset bank charges.

Credit card payments must include entry of the Diplomate’s ABU ID number.

Online payments for Diplomates in multi-physician practices or departments must be entered as separate, individual transactions to ensure proper credit to each Diplomate account.

The $275 Annual Certificate Fee is due by April 1, 2020. After April 1, a $200 late fee applies. If not paid by July 1, the late fee doubles to $475 and $675 is owed. If the fee remains unpaid by November 1, the certificate may be revoked.

Address corrections and updates are the responsibility of the Diplomate. Late fees will not be waived for incorrect or outdated mailing addresses.

Should extenuating circumstances prevent payment in a timely manner, please contact the Board office at 434/979-0059.

The American Board of Urology gratefully accepts contributions in honor or memory of a mentor, colleague, or another person. Names of contributors and honorees are published online in the ABU Report:www.abu.org/about/publications-and-statistics/

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The American Board of Urology (ABU) is organized to encourage study, improve standards, and promote competency in the practice of Urology. The Board evaluates candidates who are duly licensed to practice medicine, and arranges and conducts examinations for the purpose of certification, subspecialty certification, recertification, and ongoing Life Long Learning. Certificates are conferred by the Board to candidates who successfully complete all requirements for a given certificate...

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