8th National Collegiate Recovery Conference

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Start Date - End Date

Jul 11, 2017 - Jul 13, 2017

Event Location

The George Washington University
800 21st St NW
Washington, DC 20006
United States


The George Washington University

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PRE-CONFERENCE: Monday July 10, 2017

DAY ONE: Tuesday July 11, 2017

DAY TWO: Wednesday July 12, 2017

DAY THREE: Thursday July 13, 2017

Continuing Education Units have been applied for. More information to come.

Early Bird (By May 5th) Regular (May 5th to June 30th) Late (After June 30th)

ARHE or ARS Member

$250 $300 $350

Non Member Price**

$400 $450 $500

Student Price

$50 $75 $100
Registration opening March 2017

Exhibitors/Sponsors: please use the registration link provided for you by email.


Which ARHE Membership is right for you?

Select the membership that best suits you, fill out the registration and complete the confirmation to validate your membership subscription.


More information coming shortly. Please email Greg Snodgrass at snodgrass@collegiaterecovery.org for any inquiries.

Pricing & Benefits

Full Sponsorship Prospectus

Exhibit Map

Please email Greg Snodgrass at snodgrass@collegiaterecovery.org for any additional inquiries.


More information coming shortly. Please email Greg Snodgrass at snodgrass@collegiaterecovery.org for any inquiries.

Getting to Foggy Bottom

Foggy Bottom is conveniently located in the heart of Washington, D.C., close to three major airports, including Ronald Reagan Washington National, Washington Dulles International and Baltimore Washington International, as well as to Union Station where you can take the bus or train. Public transportation is at your doorstep with the Foggy Bottom/GWU Metro stop on the Orange, Blue and Silver lines located right on campus. Reagan Washington National Airport in suburban Virginia is closest and most convenient to the University. From the airport, you can hop on a Metrorail train or take a taxi directly to the Foggy Bottom Campus.



If you’re driving to campus, you can enter the Marvin Center’s address of 800 21st Street NW into your GPS as a reference point or head right to one of our visitor parking garages. Be sure to review the parking garage rates and hours before you arrive. Click here for more information- https://transportation.gwu.edu/visitors.


Where to Stay

The Conference Committee has secured several room blocks at a variety of locations on and close to campus. Due to the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference happening simultaneously, options and rates are limited. The options will be updated shortly. There are also a variety of hotels convenient to campus.

To find an alternative hotel for your stay, you can use the main conference address of 800 21st St NW. Washington, DC 20052.


Where to Eat

Though we will be providing conference breakfasts, snacks, and a couple receptions- lunch and dinner will still be on your own. We’re embedded in the heart of D.C. and the food options in our city are boundless. In fact, D.C. was recently ranked third in Zagat’s Top 17 Food Cities of 2015. Whether you want to explore the D.C. food scene with friends or stay on-campus, we have you covered no matter your tastes and dietary needs. Visit https://dining.gwu.edu/where-eat to learn more!

The 2017 Call for Proposals has closed.

We will be opening the 2018 Call for Proposals later in the year.
Organizing Institution


Association for Recovery in
Higher Education


Association for Recovery Schools