Please Complete the General Meeting and Session Evaluations!

Provide feedback on different aspects of this year's annual meeting in the General Meeting Evaluation, or complete the Session Evaluations to obtain CE credit or provide feedback on specific sessions.

Deadline: July 15, 2017

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Call for Programs for ACHA 2018 Now Open

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News and Announcements

ACHA News, Programs, and Services

How are colleges and universities building a culture of health on campuses and in communities?

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) is interested in learning about successful or promising efforts that have potential to be sustained, brought to scale, or replicated. Help shape a strategy for engaging the higher education sector more fully in the Culture of Health movement by responding to the RWJF Request for Information by June 28. Respond to the request.

Member Comments Requested on Vaccine Recommendations Guidelines

The ACHA Vaccine-Preventable Diseases Committee has revised and renamed the existing ACHA Guidelines: Recommendations for Institutional Prematriculation Immunizations and is seeking member input on the changes.

To view a list of revisions, the current and draft versions of the guidelines, and provide feedback, click here.

ACHA Statement on the Proposed Budget of the United States Government, Fiscal Year 2018

The Administration’s budget proposal for 2018 gravely impacts our nation’s ability to combat health outbreaks, pioneer medical research breakthroughs, and help our neediest college students fulfill their higher education goals.

The proposed cuts to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the National Institutes of Health, and federal student aid programs threaten to compromise campus health and student success. ACHA looks to Congress to finalize a budget with funding levels that safeguard our nation’s higher education and public health communities and that places the needs of our nation’s 20 million college students as a priority.

Revised TB Screening Guidelines Available

An updated version of the ACHA Guidelines: Tuberculosis Screening and Targeted Testing of College and University Students [pdf] is now available. The ACHA Emerging Public Health Threats and Emergency Response Coalition has reviewed and revised the guidelines and made the following changes:

  • Information on Directly Observed Therapy (DOT) has been added.
  • The lists of low and high incidence countries have been updated based on most recent WHO data.

The revised guidelines, along with other ACHA guidelines and recommendations, can be downloaded at

Explore ACHA Programs and Initiatives

  • ACHA-National College Health Assessment


    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.

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  • Healthy Campus 2020

    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.

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  • PSAS

    The ACHA-Patient Satisfaction Assessment Service gauges patient satisfaction and provides insight into the quality and performance of a college or university health service.

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  • PRAP

    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.

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  • ACHF

    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.

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  • ACA

    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.

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