Rue de Trèves 49 bte 3

B-1040 Bruxelles

+32 22806340


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The European University College Association (EucA) and ACUHO-I have partnered to present the inaugural European Housing & Residence Life Symposium in Brussels, Belgium from 27 to 29 April 2020.

The Symposium is an two-and-a-half day immersive educational experience for student housing managers, which will focus on key subject areas led by specially selected experts and peer presenters from across Europe and around the globe. The program incorporates intensive learning, reflection, and networking opportunities designed for campus housing professionals, focusing on specific topics that provide necessary tools and promising practices to support their residential students in a constantly changing landscape. 

EucA and ACUHO-I have identified three primary critical issues impacting student housing that will serve as the overarching themes for the Symposium’s educational content:


  • Student mental health and crisis management

  • The work and life of resident assistants and similar student roles on campus or college

  • Student engagement in housing and residence life programs



EucA and ACUHO-I are accepting proposal abstracts from student housing professionals who wish to share their knowledge and experience by presenting a peer-delivered educational session during the Symposium.

Sessions will be scheduled for a duration of fifty (50) minutes, and will run concurrently during the Symposium schedule to offer participants a wide range of topic areas and approaches that suit their needs and interests.

Interested individuals will complete and submit a proposal form electronically that will require them to craft a detailed outline of their session, and a set of learning outcomes for participants that connect to the three primary Symposium themes defined above (student mental health and crisis management, the work and life of resident assistants, and student engagement in housing programs). 

All presenters will be required to register for and pay to attend the Symposium.


Proposals will be accepted through Monday, 10 February 2020.



Monday, 27 April • 09.00 AM – 12.30 PM

More information coming soon.



*Schedule is tentative and subject to changes or modifications.


       09:00           Registrations open

09:30 - 12:30    Pre-Conference 

12:30 - 13:30     Lunch Break 


13:30 - 14:30     Opening Session


14:50 - 15:40     Concurrent Sessions


15:50 - 16:40     Concurrent Sessions


16:40 - 17:00     Coffee Break


17:00 - 17:50     Plenary Session




09:00 - 10:15      Morning Plenary Session


10:30 - 11:20      Concurrent Sessions


11:30 - 12:20      Concurrent Sessions


12:30 - 13:30      Lunch


14:00 - 15:15      Conference

15:15 - 15:40      Coffee Break

15:45 - 16:35      Concurrent Sessions

16:45 - 17:00     Concurrent Sessions


     17:30               Reception



09:00 - 09:50     Morning Plenary Session


10:00 - 10:50      Concurrent Sessions


11:00 - 11:50       Concurrent Sessions

12:00 - 13:00      Closing Lunch


      14:30              Cultural program (coming soon)




To register, please follow these steps:

Fill in this form with your contact information and preferred choice of attendance.

2. Once you fill in your registration, we will send you an invoice should that be helpful for accounting purposes.

3. You can pay either via a bank transfer using the information below or via your credit card.

Bank details for bank transfer:                                                    Credit card payment:


European University College Association
Rue de Treves 49-51, bte 3, 1040 Brussels 

IBAN  BE13643004089639




Accommodation: Information about hotels coming soon

Practical guide on transportation and other issues coming soon.



Mirela Mazalu

+32 22806340

Rue de Trèves 49 bte 3

B-1040 Bruxelles