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SEAHO 2020 will be hosted at the Omni Hotel in Louisville, KY.

 “Future in Focus” is the theme for SEAHO 2020, we hope you're excited to help our organization visualize what's ahead of us and help us get to our next destination!
 
Registration Info

The registration rates for SEAHO 2020 are as follows:


Professional

Student

One-Day

REGULAR REGISTRATION: October 11 - December 20

 $230.00 $150.00 $150.00

REGULAR REGISTRATION:
December 21 - February 7

$300.00 $175.00 $175.00

LATE & ON-SITE REGISTRATION     February 8 - February 15

$350.00 $205.00 $205.00

For your records, please be aware of the cancellation and registration transfer policy:

  • Registration cancellations on or prior to December 31, 2019 will receive a 100% refund. Registration cancellations between January 1, 2020 and February 7, 2020 will receive a 50% refund.
  • Refunds will not be given for any registration cancellations on or after February 8, 2020. Cancellation requests must be received in emailing Bob Boyle and Aubree Adams, Registration Chairs, at seaho2020registration@seaho.org by the aforementioned deadline.
  • Registrations can be transferred prior to February 8, 2020 by emailing Bob Boyle and Aubree Adams, Registration Chairs, at seaho2020registration@seaho.org.
  • After February 8, 2020, no registrations may be transferred. Registration is not considered complete until payment is received.
  • Payment must be received on or before December 20, 2019 to qualify for the regular registration rate. Transfers are not considered complete until confirmation is received from the Registration Chair(s).

Online Registration is Now Closed...

Registration will be available for on-site only moving forward. If you have any questions, please reach out to seaho2020registration@seaho.org

 List of Program Sessions Being Offered This Year

Administrative Operations and Technology

Assignments 101: The why, the how, and the why not YOU?
Assignments Roundtable
The Recipe of Your Roster
Living/Learning Communities and Residential Colleges: Dynamic New Models for Virginia Tech
Don't Use Your Gut: Data Informed Decision Making
Assessment
Assessment in Focus: Seeing Data with Clarity
Events that Assess Themselves
Focused Assessment. Focused Practice. Identifying Metrics and Creating a Performance Dashboard
Business Operations
Envisioning a Better Brand (Even on a Budget)
Conference/Guest Services Roundtable
Avoiding Move-In Madness: How to Streamline Your Opening Process
Crisis Management and Legal Issues
That's Not What I Meant to Say.......
13 Lessons Learned: The Impact of Student Death on Communities and Residential Staff
Providing the Focus and Leadership When Faced with Emergency Hall Closures
Hurricanes – Strategies and Tips for Housing Responders
The Overlap: When RAs are the Student of Concern
Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
Nevertheless, They Persisted. How Women Rise.
A Call to Action: How to Promote Healthy Masculinity Across College Campuses
Stop Crowdsourcing, Start Designing: Creating Effective Social Justice Trainings
Kindred: The Black & Brown Male's Practitioner Development In Focus
Native in a Foreign Land: Examining the integration of Native culture into campus programs and initiatives
Living the Residence Life with a Disability
Ferrets, Kittens, and Miniature Horses OH MY! A roundtable discussion on Emotional Support Animals
Facilities Management
Planning with Purpose: How to Leverage Benchmarking to Advance Your Strategic Priorities
Focus on the future: New Designs in Residence Halls
Facilities Succession Planning: There’s No Future Focus Without Past Connections
Designing for Health & Wellness
Mold but Gold: The Success and Challenges of Mold Remediation in UTK University Housing
Considering Student Room Electronic Access? Don’t Dismiss Your Hard Keys Just Yet!
Partnerships
Burnout Prevention for Resident Assistants
Corporate Partners in Focus: How to Navigate the Vendor Area as a New Professional or Graduate Student
Communication is a Way of Life: Working with Living-Learning Community Partners to Create Successful Partnerships
Whose Residence Hall is it anyway? Navigating Academic Partnerships in Shared Spaces
First G at the G: A Look Into Large Scale Collaborative Programming
HBCU HUSTLE: Utilizing Student Experience Partnerships to Implement Best Practices for Housing at HBCUs
The Haunting of Hilley House: Partnering Effectively to Support Students Across Religious and Spiritual Difference
Meeting our Students Outside of the 8.5 x 11
Practitioner Development
A Journey to Financial Freedom
Level Up: Professional Development and Career Planning
Focusing on Networking: For Those Who Hate to Network
#RealTalk of the Mid-Manager: Balancing What’s Essential and What’s Necessary in Residence Life
Race, gender, and perceived level of synergistic supervision: Influences in RAs’ self-efficacy and investment in the RA role
Focusing on your Transition: Making the Most of Being New
Going Far Together: The peace of coalition building amongst professionals of color
A Student Centered Approach Towards Bias and Privilege
Parenting in, parenting on, parenting off/The New P3: Parenting, Partners, and Professionalism....It Can Be Done
Have you ConsiderEdD?: Tips for Future Doctoral Students Working in Housing & Residence Life
What it Takes to be a Senior Housing Officer: Women SHOs Give the Scoop
MIDDLE CHILD: Mid-Year Transition and Engagement of Entry-Level Professionals!
The RELI Experience
The New P3: Parenting, Partners, and Professionalism....It Can Be Done
Speed Mentoring for the Races
Residential Curriculum
Keeping up with Gen Z’s Steady Streaming Habits
Reclaiming Conversations: Transforming Residential Student Intentional Conversations into an Institutionally-Recognized Retention Strategy
Huddle Up: Wellness is no longer a single department effort
Residential Curriculum: Using Sociograms to Intentionally Connect with Students
Student Development
Not Another 12 Hour Training Day
“Accelerated Serendipity”: The Magic of Community
Black Male Success: Are We Focused Enough for Future Success?
Stop, Collaborate, and Listen...
Reevaluating the Roles and Responsibilities of Live-In Student Staff
Making Math Fun by Clearing Our Calendars: Using Retention Formulas with Residence Life Initiatives
How to Speak 'Merican- An International Student's Guide to Surviving the USA
RAs + ESAs: Making the Case for Training RAs on Emotional Support Animals
Constructing the Foundation: Facilitating Multicultural Competency Development within Student Staff

 

 


 

Our Mission

SEAHO advances excellence in housing programs and staff by promoting best practices, networking, professional development and involvement opportunities.