Northwest Association of College & University Housing Officers


How to Join

Join NWACUHO or renew your membership today.
Annual Memberships run from January to December of the given year.

For more membership and registration information, contact the Treasurer.

Membership in NWACUHO is available to either individuals who are associate members of ACUHO, to institutions of higher education which have housing officers involved in the coordination of administration, educational programming, food service and housing and maintenance operation for students and staff members on or off the college/university campus, and individuals in the region from non-member institutions who are affiliated with student housing and wish to actively participate in NWACUHO.

Membership shall be open to qualified institutions in the states of Alaska, Hawaii, Oregon, and Washington, and the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta, Canada, and by special invitation of the Executive Committee to similarly qualified institutions in adjoining states and provinces.

All staff and faculty from member institutions, and individuals from non-member regional institutions who purchase individual membership, who have involvement in their institution’s residence hall and family housing services and programs may participate in the activities of, benefit from the services of, and hold office within NWACUHO.

Benefits of Membership

  • The Annual NWACUHO Regional Conference (members register at reduced rates)
  • Publication and mailing of the NWACUHO Soundings Newsletter  four times per year
  • On-line resource directory (professional colleague database)
  • Participation in monthly webinars hosted by the Communications Taskforce
  • Financial scholarship support for attendees at the National Housing Training Institute (NHTI)
  • Financial support for the “Best of the Northwest” program presentation at the ACUHO-I conference
  • Financial support for the hosting the NWACUHO Regional Reception at ACUHO-I
  • Financial support for publications such as the “New Professionals Handbook”
  • Financial support for NWACUHO website hosting, maintenance and upgrades
  • Financial support for regional, state, and provincial day and drive-in workshops
  • Financial support for standing Taskforce work (New Professionals, Communications, Drive In Conferences, Outreach and Affiliations)
  • Financial award scholarships for “NWACUHO New Professional”, “ACUHO-I Conference New Professional” and “ACUHO-I STARS College” recipients.

2020 Annual Dues Structure

Capacity Annual Dues
0-499 $125 USD
500-999 $150 USD
1,000-1,999 $175 USD
2,000-2,999 $225 USD
3,000-3,999 $300 USD
4,000-4,999 $400 USD
5,000+ $500 USD
Individuals*  $90 USD

*Individual Memberships are for Individuals at non-member institutions

Membership is valid for a calendar year and expire on December 31. Membership dues are not prorated based on date of registration.