GLACUHO is near and dear to Roompact’s heart as it is the home of our founding city, Chicago, and the GLACUHO Annual Conference was the first conference we ever exhibited at. GLACUHO boasts one of Roompact’s largest regional presences with numerous campus partners across the states.
We look forward to seeing you soon, GLACUHO!
Some of our Regional Partners
Cleveland State Univesity, Illinois State University, Indiana State University, Indiana Univesity, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, Indiana University Southeast, Lake Forrest College, Michigan Technological University, Muskingum University, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville, University of Illinois at Springfield, University of St. Francis, Wight State University, Youngstown State University
“Roompact is a cost effective way to know and support your residents. In our first year it was very easy to bring Roompact up and put into operation with the fast and attentive Roompact staff.”
– Michael Schultz, Former Director of University Housing, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
Your “RA” Roompact Advisor: Paul Brown
Hi Friends! I’m excited to serve as the GLACUHO regional Roompact Advisor. GLACUHO is home to my alma mater, Western Illinois University, where I received my Masters degree in College Student Personnel. I’ve also interned for a past GLACUHO President (so I’m familiar with the Camp Tecumseh experience!) and worked for a time at Miami University of Ohio in my first job out of graduate school.
I’m here to support all of our partners in the region as they use our software and advise and consult with you on high impact practices. I also have a specialty in residential curriculum and I’m happy to consult with you (whether you use our software or not!). Please let me know how I can be of help.
“Roompact has revolutionized our ability to support students in their residential experience. From data points regarding their interactions with staff to having insight into the dynamic of their roommate relationship, we have a holistic snapshot of any student’s experience at a given moment in time. This allows us to plan more direct, successful interventions where needed, make appropriate referrals, and continue to provide support.”
– Stacy Oliver-Sikorski, Former Director of Residence Life, Lake Forest College