KARH Annual Conference

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The Kentucky Association of Residence Halls (KARH) will be holding its annual conference on February 10 & 11, 2017 at Bellarmine University. The purpose of KARH is to provide support and development opportunities for students who are currently involved with or have an interest in being involved with student housing on our campuses, which includes being a member of a sponsored student organization and/or as a student employee.

The annual conference serves as KARH’s marquee event for providing development and collaboration opportunities who students who may share common responsibilities, opportunities, and challenges, but otherwise may not have chance to connect with their peers and explore other ideas and opportunities. While current sponsored student organizations (RHA, NRHH, etc) serve as the direct affiliates to KARH, the conference is open to and provides opportunities for any student interested in being more engaged with student housing colleagues, including Resident Assistants, hall council members, desk clerks, etc.

KARH’s most recent newsletter, including specific information about the conference, can be found here.

Registration information can be found here.

Any student or professional interested in facilitating a session at the conference can find that information here.

More information about the conference will be made available in the coming weeks.

In the meantime, any questions about the conference or KARH in general can be directed to John Michael Haky, KARH Advisor, at karhadvisor@gmail.com.

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