Your ACHA membership connects you to a national network of college health professionals.
ACHA, through its many networks, is providing you with the best opportunities to build relationships with others in the college health field. Through ACHA, you have the ability to connect with colleagues in your region or across the country, in your field of practice or in other disciplines. Other groups available to members are issue-based committees, coalitions, and task forces.
Please see below for ACHA networks and other resources.
ACHA affiliates help forge strong partnerships with colleagues on the state or regional level. ACHA members receive free automatic membership in one of eleven regional affiliates.
ACHA has nine sections that represent a broad spectrum of disciplines within college health. ACHA members have the advantage of being able to participate in a professional interest section of their choice.
Committees, Coalitions, and Task Forces
These groups do nationally significant work and develop guidelines and recommendations on varied college health issues. ACHA members can help make a difference through their participation in these groups.
These online discussion groups that are not affiliated with ACHA but serve as a vital resource for those looking to connect or start conversations with other college health professionals.
ACHA partners with other national health and higher education organizations on matters related to college health.