• 06.24.21

    Panic to Prevention | American College Health Association Fall Opening Guidelines: Your Role in Making the Fall Term Safe for All

    Thursday, June 24 | 1:00 p.m. ET

    Join the authors of the newly released American College Health Association’s Considerations for Reopening Institutions of Higher Education for Fall Semester 2021 as they discuss their new guidelines document. They will provide an overview and key considerations for college student affairs professionals and student leaders as they plan for a return to fully occupied campuses this fall. Considerations for vaccination, testing, non-pharmaceutical interventions, mental health, residence life, athletics, recreational sports, the learning environment, student life, and visitors to campus will be discussed.


    Michael Deichen, MD, MPH​

    Associate Vice President for UCF Student Health Services ​| Professor of Family Medicine ​

    College of Medicine | University of Central Florida

    Giang T. Nguyen, MD, MPH, MSCE, FAAFP​

    Executive Director, Harvard University Health Services​

    Henry K. Oliver Chair of Hygiene​ | Harvard University

    John Miner, MD, FACHA

    Consulting Psychiatrist

    Sarah Van Orman, MD, MMM, FACHA ​

    Associate Vice Provost for Student Health ​| Chief Health Officer, USC Student Health ​

    Clinical Professor of Family Medicine, Division Head College Health ​

    USC Student Health | Keck School of Medicine ​| University of Southern California


    Geraldine Taylor, MS, APRN-BC

    ACHA COVID-19 Task Force Co-Chair

    Former Associate Dean Health, Counseling and Wellness/Director Health Center, Bentley University

    Recommended audience:  Headquarters and Inter/National Professional Staff and Volunteers, Campus-based Professionals, Advisors and Housing Corporation Volunteers

    Register here

    This program is hosted in an educational partnership between Holmes Murphy Fraternal Practice and the Association of Fraternity/Sorority Advisors.