Every year, ACHA hosts the largest educational conference specifically for college health professionals. Our annual meeting gives members and nonmembers alike a once-ayear opportunity to develop their professional knowledge, network with their peers and mentors, earn continuing education credits, and explore firsthand college health-related products and services in our Exhibit Hall and at our Annual Meeting Sponsors Table. Join us and be an integral part of this premier college health event!
Take time to visit our busy Exhibit Hall! More than 85 exhibitors will display their health-related products and services. A detailed map of the hall and a list of exhibitors will be available onsite.
The ACHA Annual Meeting gives attendees a once-a-year opportunity to explore firsthand college health-related products and services. That's where you come in!
Become a Valued Exhibitor, Sponsor, or Advertiser and increase your visibility among influential decision-makers at colleges and universities across the country.
More than 1,800 college health professionals attend our annual meetings to learn, network, and find products and services for campus health care needs, promotional efforts, and administrative services - products and services that you provide.
Our attendees know that a visit to our Exhibit Hall is their best chance to get a hands-on look at items and services their health centers may need and to receive assistance with their future purchasing decisions.
With convenient exhibit hours and increased traffic due to meals and a raffle held right in the hall, this year's Exhibit Hall is your greatest opportunity to reach college health decision-makers!
Since 1920, the American College Health Association (ACHA) has linked college health professionals throughout the nation (and more recently around the globe), forming a powerful, collaborative networking base. This unique synthesis of vision and knowledge, of practice and policy, can guide and support you and your health service, your health programs, and your professional development.
Centers for Disease and Prevention
Dr, Schuchat is currently CDC's principal deputy director and has played key roles in CDC emergency responses including the 2009 H1N1 pandemic influenza response, the 2003 SARS outbreak in Beijing and the 2001 bioterrorist anthrax response. Globally, she has worked on meningitis, pneumonia, and Ebola vaccine trials in West Africa, and conducted surveillance and prevention projects in South Africa.