Register for #NASPA19 and join over 7,000 of your colleagues who will hear from prominent keynote speakers, participate in over 500 educational sessions, and build community through networking events.
The inaugural 2019 NASPA Conferences on Student Success in Higher Education will provide those committed to student success with dynamic keynotes, thought-provoking workshops, and engaging networking opportunities using a cross-functional approach to student success.
Over 1,000 higher ed professionals will convene in our nation's capitol this January at our signature event addressing substance abuse, violence prevention, mental health, and well-being—register now for the best rate!
New fact sheets are available supporting the Center’s recent report first-generation students landscape analysis detailing how institutions serve first-generation students, the challenges they face, and how first-generation students perceive their college experience.
Join us at #SMCS19, the association’s premiere event for higher ed pros supporting military-connected students, and learn from leading researchers in the field and engage with other professionals committed to supporting this unique student population.
The new Culture of Respect website has launched. Take a second to explore the site and learn more about how Culture of Respect strengthens sexual violence prevention and response on college campuses.
The Century Club is a unique level created to honor NASPA's 100th anniversary. Join today and make a commitment to $100. Donors will be recognized with a special gift at the NASPA Annual Conference. Join today with a commitment of $100 to support NASPA's future success.
The Women’s Leadership Institute provides an experience that caters to women’s needs within the higher education profession. Join us in Newport Beach, CA, December 2-5, for #WLI18 and explore the challenges and rewards of what it takes to be a leader in higher ed.
The editors of NASPA's journals have created a special anniversary collection represent a wide spectrum of research and reflect the evolution of higher education and student affairs. We hope you enjoy this collection of influential works that have had a lasting impact on the field.