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Please follow the link below for the Apple Enrollment page. You will also need to provide your DUNS number when setting up their account. Apple requires this for all organizations so they can verify the organization’s identity and legal status.


Step 1: Create Apple ID

One Apple ID is all you need to access all Apple Services. Create one here. Already have an Apple ID? Find it here. For the process, an Apple device is required for the club to set up Two-Step Verification.

Step 2: Apple Developer Enrollment

If you’re enrolling your organization, you’ll need an Apple ID with two-factor authenticationturned on, as well as the following to get started:

A D-U-N-S® Number

Your organization must have a D-U-N-S Number so that we can verify your organization’s identity and legal entity status. These unique nine-digit numbers are assigned by Dun & Bradstreet and are widely used as standard business identifiers. You can check to see if your organization already has a D-U-N-S Number and request one if necessary. They are free in most jurisdictions. Learn more.

Legal Entity Status

Your organization must be a legal entity so that it can enter into contracts with Apple. Apple does not accept DBAs, fictitious businesses, trade names, or branches.

 Legal Binding Authority

As the person enrolling your organization in the Apple Developer Program, you must   have the legal authority to bind your organization to legal agreements. You must be the organization’s owner/founder, executive team member, senior project lead, or have legal authority granted to you by a senior employee.