NWACUHO 2020 Pre-Conference Registration Form
NWACUHO is happy to announce that there will 4 Pre-Conference opportunities for members this year! All of which will be completely free of charge for members to attend.

Please note that some Pre-Conferences do have an attendance limit. In these cases, once the Pre-Conference has been filled, you will receive an email indicating a confirmation for your attendance or an email stating that you have been added to a wait list. Please do not hesitate to reach out to conference@nwacuho.org if you have any questions.

Thank you and enjoy!
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SHO Pre-Conference Summit:
Monday, February 17th, 2020, 12PM - 2:20PM

Description:
You asked, and we listened! Returning for another year to the NWACUHO Annual Conference is the Senior Housing Officer (SHO) Summit. This meeting is an opportunity for you to gather with other senior administrators in our region and discuss the challenges facing you and your institutions. You can network, troubleshoot, share solutions, and strategize ways your departments can work together to meet the ever increasing demands and expectations associated with running a housing department. To foster a no-cost opportunity for collaboration with peers, NWACUHO has opted not to cater this event. You are encouraged to bring your lunch or eat before this event. This opportunity is open to all Senior Housing Officers attending NWACUHO, and will add no cost to your registration. Our moderator this year will be Shelly Clark, our Past-President.
I would like to attend the SHO Pre-Conference Summit on Monday, Feb. 17, 2020 at 12:00pm-2:20pm. *
University of Washington Campus Pre-Conference
Monday, February, 17th, 2020 10:00AM - 3:00PM

Supported by Graham Baba Architects

Limited to 18 attendees

Description:
The University of Washington launched a Housing Master Plan in 2007 to respond to aging housing facilities, increased demand for on-campus housing, and student demand for program space. Since that time, UW has built 6,400 new beds comprised of a variety of room types, with creative community spaces and programming including maker spaces, fitness centers, regional desks, learning resource centers, and diverse dining options. The pre-conference session will provide an overview of the Housing Master Plan with focused presentations and discussion on community spaces, dining and the residential experience, and makerspaces and academic partnerships through a comprehensive tour.
Transportation will be provided from the conference hotel and lunch is included. As this pre-conference is tour-based, participants should be prepared for a fair amount of walking and time outdoors. The program has been designed to be of interest to multiple functional areas and levels of experience.

Tentative Schedule
10:00 AM Depart Hilton Bellevue
10:30 AM Arrive UW Campus & UW Housing Master Plan Presentation Overview
11:00 AM West Campus Residential Tour & Discussion of Community Spaces
12:00 PM Lunch (included)
Presentation on Dining Center Design and Residential Experience
Tour of Dining Center
1:15 PM North Campus Residential Tour
Presentation on MakerSpaces and Academic Partnerships
2:30 PM Depart UW Campus
3:00 PM Arrive Hilton Bellevue
I would like to attend the University of Washington Pre-Conference on Feb. 17, 2020 from 10:00AM - 3:00PM *
Residence Life & Education Round Table - Hoted by NWACUHO Professional Development Committee
Monday, February 17th, 2020, 12:00PM - 2:20PM

Description:
The Residence Life and Education round table is open to anyone in residence life or interested in learning more about residence life and/or residence education. Please join us to discuss and share your experience with current trends and best practices. The round table will be moderated by one of our Professional Development Committee members. Hope you will join us for this exciting and informative Pre-Conference round table!
I would like to attend the Residence Life & Education Round Table on Feb. 17, 2020 at 12:00PM-2:20PM *
Open-Enrollment Round Table - Hosted by Bellevue College
Monday, February 17th, 2020, 10:00 AM- 2:00 PM

Transportation provided by Bellevue College from Bellevue Hilton Hotel

Limit to 20 attendees

Description:
Open enrollment institutions are more and more frequently offering on-campus and/or campus operated housing options for students, especially in the Northwest region. This Pre-Conference meeting and round-table is aimed at providing an intentional space for housing professionals at open-enrollment institutions (and those interested in learning more about them) to discuss the issues faced primarily at such institutions. The round-table discussion will be held in Bellevue College’s newly constructed on-campus residence hall, the first campus housing facility in Bellevue College’s history.

Objectives:

- Provide structured time to get-to-know professionals in the region working in similar open-enrollment environments.

- Facilitate an open dialogue about issues faced in housing at open-enrollment institutions.

- Brainstorm solutions to common areas of difficulty, including resident education, contract management, conduct, accessibility accommodations, staffing, and billing.

- Visit and tour an open-enrollment Residence Hall to assess how students at 2-year institutions utilize their space.
I would like to attend the Open-Enrollment Round Table on Feb. 17, 2020 from 10:00AM-2:00PM *
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