With over 20 million students attending U.S. colleges and
universities, higher education has not only a responsibility to provide
health care for a diverse group of people, but also the unique
opportunity to enhance individual and community health status.
ACHA members include ...
- over 800 institutional members that
represent the diversity of the higher education community — two and
four year, public and private, large and small.
- nearly 2,800 individual health care professionals —
physicians, physician assistants, administrators, nurses, nurse
practitioners, nurse directors, mental health professionals, health
educators, dietitians and nutritionists, and pharmacists — as well
as students dedicated to health promotion on their campus.
- sustaining members — corporations and nonprofit organizations interested in being more connected with the college health field.
By working together with ACHA to impact the lives of students and
campus communities, college health professionals have the ability to
strengthen citizenship, the learning environment, and the future health
of our society.
Find out more about categories, eligibility, costs, and benefits of membership
Becoming a Member
**Note that we will be implementing a new membership model for 2021. Learn more about the new model here.**