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Are you interested in serving on the faculty for the Regional Entry-Level Institute (RELI)?

Founded by Dr. Tom Ellett (NEACUHO) and Joanne Goldwater (MACUHO), The Regional Entry Level Institute (RELI) provides a unique 3-day cohort model experience for participants and faculty alike. The first such institute of its kind in the nation, RELI is intended to provide the skill set for entry-level professionals to successfully make the transition to mid-level positions. RELI is modeled in a similar fashion to ACUHO-I’s National Housing Training Institute. Alternating between hosting regions every-other-year, RELI provides competency-based sessions presented by seasoned professionals in the field as well as structured opportunities for mentorship and professional self-exploration. RELI is not a conference; it is an intensive institute where the focus is on the success and growth of the participant. The MACUHO/NEACUHO RELI has graduated over 500 entry-level professionals!

2019 Faculty Applications are closed.

Colleagues in the MACUHO and NEACUHO region are strongly encouraged to submit an application to serve on the 2019 RELI faculty. RELI will be hosted in the NEACUHO region at Suffolk University in Boston, MA from May 29th - May 31st (faculty arrive for orientation and training on May 28th). Faculty members must be at least at the assistant director title level or higher, possess excellent, interactive presentation skills, and have a willingness to foster a mentoring relationship with entry-level staff, as well as their fellow faculty cohort. To be considered, please fill out the application form below by January 11th, 2019.

For more information, please contact Debbie Scheibler,


RELI Faculty Applicant Requirements

Thank you for your interest in serving on the faculty for the Regional Entry-Level Institute (RELI).  The faculty are a crucial part of the Institute not only for the presentation of their assigned topic, but also for the mentoring and networking that goes on during the Institute as well as afterwards.  

In order to be considered for a RELI faculty member position, the following materials must be received by January 11th, 2019:

  • Complete Application Form
  • A current resume.
  • A letter from your current supervisor highlighting your presentation skills and style and indicating institutional support if you are selected to serve on the faculty
  • Please answer the questions below. Please limit your responses to 150 words or less for each question below. Please feel free to use bullets rather than paragraph narration.






     Minimum employment at the Assistant Director title level

     Professional work experience in housing/residence life/operations

     Demographics/diversity relating to

     Type of institution (public/private),

     Location (split between MACUHO/NEACUHO; rural, suburban, urban)

     Sexual orientation


     Gender expression/gender identity

     Past experience with:

     Successfully presenting interactive, intentional presentations

     Working with entry-level staff/Crafting professional development plans

     Mentoring others in the field

     Quality of responses





     Faculty arrive on May 28, 2019 for orientation/training

     Institute: May 29th- May 31st, 2019

     2019 Host site:Suffolk University, Boston MA 

     Honorarium: $300


     Crisis Management 

     Evaluation & Planning

     Facilities Management

     Fiscal Resources & Control

     Human Resources

     Occupancy & Operations

     Resident Education & Student Behavior

     Campus Politics 




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