Association of College & University
Housing Officers – International
South African Chapter

Date: 01 January 1970 - 01 January 1970
ACUHO-I has a fully established Head Office in the USA where approximately 954 Colleges and Universities in more than 20 countries, 6400 professionals are members. It has affiliated Associations in Europe, Aust...
The Southern African Federation for Student Affairs and Services (SAFSAS) was established on 25 October 2012 in Mangaung, Bloemfontein. The formation of this body was initiated by the Department of Higher Educa...

If campus housing is your profession, then the Association of College & University Housing Officers-International South African Chapter is your association. More than 950 institutions located all across the...


ACUHO-I is the Association of College and University Housing Officers International. ACUHO-I members believe in developing exceptional residential experiences at colleges, universities, and other post-secondary institutions around the world. ACUHO-I achieves its vision by providing innovative, value-driven programs, services, research, and development as well as networking opportunities that help support and evolve the collegiate housing industry. We do this with the constant purpose of making a positive difference in the lives of members and those they serve.

Our members include more than 6,400 housing professionals from more than 900 colleges and universities in 22 different countries, who serve approximately 1.8 million students worldwide. Our membership also includes more than 200 corporate members. To meet the needs of all students, we encourage participation at all levels of the association.

The core purpose of ACUHO-I-SAC is to collectively transform Africa through student housing communities.

The goal of ACUHO-I SAC is to intentionally create opportunities with value driven student and staff development as well as enhancing institutional synergy, through safe student-centred listening, living and learning spaces and facilities, where diversity is celebrated.


ACUHO-I is committed to promoting diversity, inclusion, and equity in all its
policies, practices, and opportunities afforded to members and staff.