Live Events • On-Demand

Turn to the ACHA Education Center for professional development opportunities that focus on the issues and skills you need to support the health of college students and campus communities.

ACHA offers live events as well as on-demand presentations so you can learn – and earn CE credit – when and where it’s convenient for you.

Live Events

 Building Resiliency: Data-informed Interventions - Registration Opens Soon!
Presenter(s): Georgia Ringle, MPH,  Jason Cassidy, PhD, Byron P. McCrae, PhD, Tierra Parsons, MSW, LCSW, Lauren A. Stutts, PhD, Tom Szigethy, MA, and Molly Weeks, PhD
Live Event: September 26, 2019, 1:30-2:30 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This session will discuss the challenges students face and the data-driven interventions that promote resiliency across a diverse student population.

 ACHA Healthy Campus: The Next Generation - Coming Soon!
Presenter(s):M. Scott Tims, PhD, Rebecca Caldwell, PhD, Andrea Drott, MSEd, and Jordan Perry, MPH, CHES, CWWS
Live Event: October 22, 2019, 2:00-3:30 pm EDT
Price: FREE
This webinar will allow the HC leadership team to share the proposed ‘Next Generation’ framework and gather member feedback, as well as discuss ways to sunset and transition current and robust HC2020 campaigns and initiatives.

 Measles Outbreaks on Campus Part I: Clinical Presentation and Practice Essentials - Coming Soon!
Presenter(s): Cheryl Hug-English, MD, MPH 
Live Event: October 28, 2019, 1:00-2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This webinar will prepare clinicians, nurses and the health services to address the growing number of measles cases in the U.S. Topics covered will emphasize clinical knowledge, disease recognition and response, vaccine recommendations, and health center response, with an emphasis on clinical presentation and practice essentials.
Participation in the "Measles Outbreaks on Campus: Planning, Preparedness, and Response" webinar is not required.

 Measles Outbreaks on Campus Part II: Planning, Preparedness, and Response - Coming Soon!
Presenter(s): Craig Roberts, PA-C, MS
Live Event: October 30, 2019, 1:00-2:00 pm EDT
Price: $25 for ACHA Members; $50 for Nonmembers
This webinar will address the ability of health centers to prepare for the growing number of measles cases in the U.S. Topics covered will emphasize campus-wide planning, preparedness, and response, with a review of clinical knowledge and vaccine recommendations.
Participation in the "Measles Outbreaks on Campus: Clinical Presentation and Practice Essentials" webinar is not required.

 ACHA 2020
Dates: May 24-28, 2020 (Please note: our meeting begins on a Sunday next year and extends over Memorial Day)
Location: Chicago, Illinois
Join us in Chicago to celebrate ACHA's 100th Annual Meeting! Attendees have the chance to earn over 20 hours of continuing education credit. Registration opens in January 2020.

 Future Annual Meeting Dates
Future ACHA Annual Meeting dates for 2021-2024.


On-Demand Webinars

FERPA and HIPAA Privacy Awareness
Presenter(s): Michael Huey, MD
Date Launched: March 8, 2019
Price: Free
This webinar will review FERPA (The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act) and HIPAA (The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), the two pieces of federal legislation that pertain to the privacy and protection of healthcare records and protected health information on our college and university campuses.

2018 National Report on Queer-Spectrum and Trans-Spectrum Student Experience
Presenter(s): Allison BrckaLorenz, PhD, Maren Greathouse, MS, Mary Hoban, PhD, MCHES, Ronald Huesman, PhD, Susan Rankin, PhD, and Ellen Stolzenberg, PhD
Date Launched: October 31, 2018
Price: Free
This webinar reviewed findings from the 2018 Queer-Spectrum and Trans-Spectrum Student Experiences in American Higher Education white paper convened by the Tyler Clementi Center at Rutgers University. 

 Mind the Gap: How college health services can use assessment to identify health disparities, health inequities, and barriers to accessing care
Presenter(s): Susan Hochman, MPH, CHES
Date Launched: April 26, 2017
Price: Free
This session will focus on several research methods used to identify health inequities and barriers to accessing healthcare on college campuses.

 A Meningitis B Tabletop Exercise: The Santa Clara University Experience
Presenter(s): Jillandra Rovaris, PhD, Chris Shay, and George Han, MD
Date Launched: September 23, 2016
Price: Free
Santa Clara University conducted a table top exercise with their ICS Policy Group built on an imagined outbreak of Meningitis B within the student population. Seven months later, Jill Rovaris, PhD, received a call that would put in motion a real-world event that could have come directly from the exercise script.

 The Gender Affirming Therapist: What You Need to Know to Meet the Needs of Trans College Students
Presenter(s): Bonnie Benson-Palmgren, PhD
Date Launched: April 19, 2016
Price: Free
Designed for mental health providers well-versed in basic concepts and terminology related to gender identity, transgender and gender nonconforming, this webinar focuses on common presenting concerns of trans students; how providers can do their own work around gender and create affirming therapeutic environments; and discussion points for students preparing to transition (socially or medically).

 Integrating Vision Into Action (VIA) Into Professional and Program Development Strategies
Presenter(s): Stacy Andes, EdD and Marie Cascarano, EdD, MCHES
Date Launched: January 12, 2016
Price: Free
This webinar will introduce learners to the various functions of the Vision Into Action (VIA) site, promote components for professional and program development and identify strategies to integrate into health promotion practice.

 Do You Have the Right Tools in Your Toolbox? Grant Funding
Presenter(s): Alicia Czachowski, MPH, CHES and Eric Davidson, PhD, MCHES, CSPS
Date Launched: November 10, 2015
Price: Free
The webinar describes the grant process and identify sources for grant funding; the presenters also discuss the challenges faced when grant writing and how to overcome these challenges.

 Using Logic Models to Develop and Assess Health Education
Presenter(s): Eric Davidson, PhD, MCHES, CSPS
Date Launched: February 5, 2015
Price: Free
When an emerging issue presents itself, educators are often given an immediate call to action to respond and address such problems. In response to our “knee jerk” reactions, programs and interventions are often put together without fully understanding the relationships between the long-term, intermediate, and short-term outcomes we seek and the program resources, activities and outputs we have available to use. 


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