VACUHO Graduate Student/New Professional Round Table Sessions
Virginia Association of College and University Housing Officers (VACUHO) is excited to present an opportunity for graduate students and new professionals to hear about and engage with topics surrounding beginning a career in housing. While these topics will be facilitated by current housing professionals, the information is transferable to other higher education areas of interest.

All students in a higher education masters or similar program and all new professionals are welcome to sign up. These topics will be facilitated by members of VACUHO's Governing Council. There will be limited space for each session since these are meant to allow for conversation in addition to the presentation of information. Please note while we encourage participation from students and professionals outside of Virginia who are interested in learning from our professionals, we will offer priority to graduate students and professionals who are part of Virginia institutions. Don't let this discourage you from signing up! We will be happy to send out a recording of all sessions that have an interest beyond the available spots.

Please sign up for all sessions you would like to attend. All sessions will be facilitated through Zoom. Zoom links will be sent out the night before each session. By signing up you are granting permission to be recorded during the session and for the session to be distributed.

If you have any questions please email Ann Griffin, the VACUHO Graduate Student Representative, at
First Name *
Last Name *
Email *
Graduate Student or New Professional? *
Institution *
Session 1: Finding Your Place at a New Institution *
Date/Time: Friday, June 19th at 3pm
Session 2: Managing Finances as a Recent Grad *
Date/Time: Friday, June 26th at 3pm
Session 3: Supervising Student Staff *
Date/Time: Friday, July 10th at 3pm
Session 4: How to Build Campus Partners *
Date/Time: Friday, July 17th at 3pm
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