Future of the Profession

A forward-looking initiative to design a stronger, healthier, and more sustainable campus housing profession.


ACUHO-I for Early-Career Professionals

Establishing your professional foundation.

When emerging professionals engage with ACUHO-I, they enter a supportive and enriching environment that sets the foundation for a successful and fulfilling career in campus housing. It’s an opportunity to learn, connect, and contribute to your dynamic and evolving field.

Professional Development

Take advantage of targeted resources and workshops that support your professional growth and development. Online courses, the Talking Stick, Journal of College & University Student Housing, and more equip you with essential skills, knowledge, and insights crucial for success in the early stages of your career.

Networking and Mentorship

Join a diverse and welcoming community of professionals in the field where you can build meaningful connections and engage with housing leaders who can provide guidance, advice, and support as you navigate the challenges and opportunities of your early career.

Access to Solutions

Stay informed about the profession’s latest trends, research, and best practices. Our online community connects you with a world of colleagues to help answer your day-to-day questions and keep you updated on the evolving landscape of residence life and housing.

Career Guidance and Exploration

Grow with career development resources and guidance to help you navigate various career paths. ACUHO-I supports entry-level professionals in exploring diverse opportunities and making informed decisions about their career trajectories.

Community Engagement

Become an active member of a community that understands the unique challenges and experiences of emerging professionals. ACUHO-I committees and networks allow you to collaborate with peers, share insights, and foster connections that can contribute to your professional and personal growth.

Shape the future of campus housing. Discover the benefits of ACUHO-I membership.

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