The European Union Studies Association (EUSA) is the premier scholarly and professional association focusing on the European Union, the ongoing integration process, and transatlantic relations. Founded in 1988, EUSA now has over 600 members throughout North America, all EU member states, and on all continents, representing the social sciences, the humanities, business and law practitioners, news media, and governments on both sides of the Atlantic. We welcome as members all those interested in any aspect of European integration, European Union affairs, and the transatlantic relationship. We are an independent, non-profit educational organization and our support comes from membership dues and donations, program revenue, and grants.

As of September 2015 we have generous support from the Erasmus+ Program of the European Union. This enables us to expand our web presence and to offer even more resources to our members. The EUSA Forum and our dynamic new EUSA Review of Books are two cornerstone features of our efforts. We are also able to coordinate the Jean Monnet Network through our Getting to Know Europe Grant from the European Union Delegation in the United States. Our administrative office is generously provided by the University Center for International Studies at the University of Pittsburgh.