Save the Date for Denver: March 24–28, 2024

ACUI strives to inspire you to join us for an uplifting experience, where connections will be made and developed. Carabiners in their original form are tools used to connect various parts of the of the climbing system. More of us may use them to connect your keys to your backpack. Regardless of how you use it, it is a versatile tool with the purpose of connecting. Much like a carabiner, our ACUI members are the connectors.

The 2024 Annual Conference will be an opportunity to come together in a caring community of colleagues who also tie-in to the work you do to rejuvenate, elevate, connect, and celebrate diversity. From first-time attendees to international members, regional volunteers to Leadership Team members, students to senior professionals—we are excited to invite you to Denver in 2024 to continue to build important connections that serve you in your professional development and your campus in improving how to support students and campus community.

As we harness these aspects with the core values of ACUI, an impactful and meaningful ACUI Annual Conference experience awaits you in Denver. Located in the heart of the central business district along 16th Street Mall, the site for the 2024 Annual Conference will be the Sheraton Denver Downtown.

Stay tuned for details about how to get involved with the program, including the call for session proposals that will launch by July. If you have any questions or ideas, please contact Eve Esch.

Meet the 2024 Conference Program Team

  • Eve Esch, University of Houston, Chair
  • Isaac Barber, University of Connecticut
  • Katie Beaulieu, Wayne State University
  • Larissa Bonnet, Sheridan College
  • Beth Goad, University of Denver
  • Amanda Griffiths, University of Tennessee
  • Aidan Grills, Leeds University Union
  • Clayton Kolb, West Chester University
  • Molly Orr, University of North Texas
  • Mike Schmit, University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee
  • Scott Shea, Northeastern University
  • Justin Rudisille, ACUI, Staff Liaison