Goals

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1. To promote adherence to WACUHO purposes.

2. To emphasize the unity of the housing profession in student residence halls, apartments, theme houses and cooperatives, food service, developmental programming, administration, conference services, facilities, and related operations through WACUHO publications, workshops, conferences, and other activities.

3. To develop guidelines describing desirable professional skills, education, and training for all levels of residence halls, apartments, theme houses, and cooperatives, food service, developmental programming, administration, conference services, facilities, and related operations.

4. To encourage and support members’ efforts to inform faculty, administrators, governing boards, and legislators concerning the educational role of student housing and food service.

5. To distribute professional information, including products and services, and ideas to the membership on a timely basis.

6. To emphasize the recruitment, hiring, and retention of entry-level persons using WACUHO professional development guidelines.

7. To plan and sponsor workshops and internship programs to assist broad, continued education of housing and food service staff in all areas.

8. To plan, encourage, and support research in student residence halls, apartments, theme houses and cooperatives, food service, developmental programming, administration, conference services, facilities, and related operations.

9. To promote efforts to serve the needs and encourage participation in Association activities involving women underrepresented groups, and representation from small colleges.

10. To develop cooperative relationships with allied organizations.