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The ACHA Institutional and Sustaining Member Seals inform students/patients, their families, the higher education community, and customers that the institution/organization displaying the seal is a current member of ACHA and is committed to enhancing the health and wellness of campus communities. Download the seals here.
Join us April 26 at 1:30 pm ET for "Mind the Gap: How College Health Services Can Use Assessment to Identify Health Disparities, Health Inequities, and Barriers to Accessing Care."
Update: CME, CHES/MCHES, and PsyCE credit will be available.
... for national policies that support the health and well-being of college students and their campus communities…
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... for college health stakeholders to enhance their capacities to advance health and build healthier campus communities...
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... and evidence-informed knowledge on issues impacting the health of college students and their campus communities...
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Download the Preliminary Program for details on sessions, meetings, and networking events.
Registration is open for "Mind the Gap: How College Health Services Can Use Assessment to Identify Health Disparities, Health Inequities, and Barriers to Accessing Care."
The Departments of Labor, Treasury, and Health and Human Services have extended indefinite enforcement relief to colleges and universities offering subsidized student health insurance plans for graduate assistants. Institutions can continue offering subsidies—without penalty—pending a permanent solution. ACHA continues to collaborate with the higher education community and federal stakeholders to achieve a satisfactory and permanent solution. View the full clarification statement [pdf].
Audio recordings of annual meeting sessions are also available for online purchase and download from Conference Media. Visit www.conferencemedia.net/acha.
The ACHA-National College Health Assessment is a nationally recognized research survey that can assist you in collecting precise data about your students’ health habits, behaviors, and perceptions.
Healthy Campus 2020 provides a framework for improving the overall health status on campuses nationwide. Through the collaborative efforts of health, academic, student affairs, and administrative colleagues, institutions of higher education can foster healthy environments and behaviors.
The ACHA-Patient Satisfaction Assessment Service gauges patient satisfaction and provides insight into the quality and performance of a college or university health service.
ACHA’s Peer Review Assistance Program for institutional health services can help you address a variety of college health related subjects, whether you are looking to create a business plan, develop a student health insurance/benefits plan, build new facilities, increase utilization, evaluate health programming, and more.
The American College Health Foundation supports the field of college health and provides long-term financial support for ACHA. ACHA Individual and Institutional Members are eligible to apply for funding from ACHF.
ACHA continues to monitor implementation of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and issues impacting student health insurance coverage. As part of its this initiative, ACHA is advocating for the need to maintain the affordability and quality of coverage offered by student health plans. ACHA's resources include FAQs on the ACA and its effect on college student health coverage.