NASPA has many organizations and groups that tailor your NASPA experience to your location, professional level, and institution type.
Regions & Areas provide a local home for NASPA members, offering professional development, networking and events.
KC's provide access to information and resources in a particular subject area, connecting members and facilitating the sharing of knowledge.
Divisions and Groups provide programs, services and resources around a particular area of focus, professional level or institution type, helping set the direction for NASPA's efforts in these spaces.
Center for Women
Enough is Enough
Public Policy Division
Professional Standards Division
BACCHUS Initiatives of NASPA
Expert in Residence
NASPA Social Justice Signature Initiatives
Equity, Inclusion, and Social Justice Division
Center for First-generation Student Success
Health, Safety, and Well-being Initiatives
Can you imagine a world without internet? Can you imagine being a high school or college student without technology? As I think about my high school and undergraduate days as a student, I realize the vast evolution of technology in the last fifteen years.
In recent weeks, we watched Dr. Ford sit across several judiciary committee members and describe intimate details of her assault that took place several years ago. The significance of the impact these hearings have had on survivors and those professionals who support them across our campuses is undeniable.
In this week's post, our author shares a small excerpt of their transition into graduate school and how a TEDTalk video helped them explore and understand different stages of their journey.
The SLPKC Graduate Student Mentorship Program is designed to connect master's level graduate students interested in student leadership with current professionals in the field. Learn how you can get involved as a mentee or mentor. Register by October 29.
When our peers make a statement, we need to seek to understand their perspective and to ask them how they know that their statement is true. This is a question I’ve struggled with my whole life. How do I know the things I know? How do I know if I know the right things? I think these are questions we should all be asking ourselves, but more importantly we should be asking them of one another.
As a first-generation college graduate, Latina and educator, I recognize the transformative power education has on students’ lives, families and communities.
Are you feeling overwhelmed by the size of NASPA? Are you wondering where to go to find your home within the association? When thinking about ways to navigate through and connect within NASPA I’ll start with my own journey.