About ACUI Regions
ACUI is geographically structured into eight regions, delivering programs and services to ACUI members. Through these activities, regions provide engaging and affordable opportunities for individuals at all levels to obtain new skills, develop professional networks, and contribute to advancing the college union and student activities profession. Each region is led by an elected volunteer regional director and governed by a Regional Leadership Team, which gives professionals and students the opportunity to volunteer for and contribute to local programs, events, and concerns.
Regions provide valuable professional development opportunities, and with regional permeability, any individual can attend any educational workshop, conference, or online learning program—regardless of their home region. Volunteer, awards, and scholarships opportunities are provided by each region, in addition to these educational programs.
To learn more about ACUI's
regions and regional programs, please click on your corresponding region, or feel free to contact your regional director or the ACUI Central Office.
Interested in hosting a regional conference in 2018? Click here for more information.
Contact Jake Dawes (812.245.8058 or firstname.lastname@example.org)
with any questions.
2015 Regional Highlights Included:
| Engaging 1,846 delegates at regional conferences, including over 900 students and nearly 300 educational sessions.
| Providing 253 volunteer positions through Regional Leadership Teams and Regional Conference Planning Teams.
| Awarding $32,344 in scholarships to provide student and professional development opportunities to members.
| Offering an additional 12 face-to-face and 17 online learning programs, which had more than 1,300 total attendees.
| Partnering with 39 corporate partners through regional conference exhibit halls.
| Sharing localized information through 193 regional communications delivered to ACUI members.
| Maintaining healthy financial operations to advance regional success.
The regional directors conduct an annual process to review regional achievements, assess successes and challenges, and develop future goals for the regional structure. Complete information is available in the 2015 Regions Report.
You can also learn more about the historic regional restructuring process, which was implemented in 2014.
Updated Nov. 22, 2016