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posted on 8:04 AM, July 23, 2021 Strategic Imperative for Anti-Racism and Indigenous Sovereignty
The OACUHO Board of Directors is committed to directing resources and energy toward addressing racial injustices as it intersects with our members, stakeholders, and the students we serve. Our approach to this work is intersectional, intentional, and directed. Our collective focus is on reducing the oppression of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour) communities at the intersections of their identities - with the recognition that all oppressions are linked and that the work is ongoing.
posted on 8:44 AM, June 1, 2021 Kamloops Residential School
A few days ago, we were horrified to read the news of the remains of 215 children found at the former Kamloops residential school in British Columbia.
posted on 7:24 AM, March 12, 2021 Review OACUHO’s EDI Year End Project Report
From January 2020 until January 2021 OACUHO’s EDI Project Coordinator, Savannah Sloat was able to make great headway on implementing recommendations from the 2018 Ethnic Diversity Report.
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Residence Life Advisor - Memorial University posted on 7:57 AM, July 28, 2021
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Goals & Objectives

Education

Education

Best practices will be shared, developed, and documented. Canadian research in the field will be advanced.

Communication

Communication

OACUHO is committed to developing sustainable strategies and platforms that foster communication amongst all members.

Member Engagement

Member Engagement

Our membership is the cornerstone of our Association and, as such, we wish to provide opportunities for engagement and to be intentional and empowering with these opportunities.

Governance

Governance

The leadership of our Association is paramount to the ongoing success and achievement of our collective goals.

Learn more about OACUHO's strategic vision for 2020

Our Mission

OACUHO cultivates connections, inspires learning, and grows the profession of
campus student housing in Ontario.