Annual Conference

KAHO Annual Conference 2022

The Kentucky Association of Housing Officers annual conference is back in person and on-site at a campus host for 2022. October 6 and 7, KAHO will be occurring on-campus at Morehead State University. Over the last few years, housing and higher education have been forced to innovate how services are delivered, their core mission achieved, and their students and communities supported. However, despite those seismic changes, at the core remained a consistent ethic of care and community focus. These competing demands made our conference theme this year an easy one to select.

KAHO 2022: Balancing Innovation and Change with Community Care and Concern

Conference Registration: Click Here

Program Sessions
The heart of any annual conference is the professional development and learning that occurs. Interested in presenting a professional session at the conference? Click below to submit a program proposal to share your knowledge and experience with colleagues from around the Commonwealth. Proposals are due by September 27.

Program Proposal: Click Here

Annual Conference Awards
One of the best traditions of any KAHO conference is the annual recognition of outstanding colleagues from around the Commonwealth. This is your opportunity to recognize the tireless work and herculean efforts from colleagues and coworkers. Nominations are due by September 30.

Award Nominations: Click Here

KAHO Service Awards & Outstanding Student Staff Awards
Each year KAHO allows the Chief Housing Officer at each member institution to recognize two awards per campus. One is the KAHO Service Award and the other is the KAHO Outstanding Student Staff Award. The Service Award is awarded to one staff member from each member institution in recognition for outstanding service to their institution over the past year. The Outstanding Student Staff Award is awarded to one student from each member institution for outstanding service to their institution over the past year. Nominations are due by September 30.

Service Award/Student Staff Award Submission: Click Here

Hotel Information
Out of town visitors needing overnight accommodation should reach out to one of our preferred local accommodation partners. Both locations are within a five-minute drive to campus and have special KAHO room blocks for the conference, each with possible two nights (Oct 5 and 6) or one night (Oct 6) stays.

Partner 1: Hampton Inn
Address: 500 Hampton Way / Morehead KY 40351
Conference Room Rate: $99
Contact Number: 606-780-0601

Partner 2: Best Western Eagles Inn
Address: 110 Toms Dr. / Morehead KY 40351
Conference Room Rate: $96
Contact Number: 606-784-5796

Conference hotels are expected to fill quickly, so please book as soon as possible to ensure special rates and availability.

Corporate Partners/Sponsors
KAHO and the annual conference relies on the support of corporate partners to provide exemplary professional development and continued education to its members as well as vital services and functions to its member institutions. The KAHO Annual Conference provides an opportunity to interact with the Commonwealth’s professionals and decision makers in a relaxed atmosphere perfect for relationship building and continued connection. The first step is to register as a corporate vendor below. There are also multiple sponsorship levels and opportunities available for interested parties, and they are asked to reach out to Dr. Alan Rucker at a.rucker@moreheadstate.edu for additional information and guidance.

To register as a corporate vendor at the event, please click here.

Conference Highlights
Aside from the opportunity to learn from colleagues and professionals from across the state, interact with vendors from groundbreaking and helpful companies, and expand your professional toolbox, KAHO22 attendees will also have the opportunity to utilize the award winning Morehead State University Recreation & Wellness Center, take in a Star Theater laser show at the MSU Space Science Center, and have the opportunity for social activities at quaintly authentic Morehead locales.

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