KC's provide access to information and resources in a particular subject area, connecting members and facilitating the sharing of knowledge.
Welcome to the NASPA Knowledge Communities, which support lifelong learning in student affairs while allowing members to confirm their commitment to and passion for the profession through their common interests. I invite you to explore the most recent issue of the KC Publication which exemplifies our focus of creating and sharing knowledge.
|Administrators in Graduate and Professional Student Services||View|
|Adult Learners and Students with Children||View|
|Alcohol and Other Drug||View|
|Asian Pacific Islanders||View|
|Assessment, Evaluation, and Research||View|
|Campus Safety and Violence Prevention||View|
|Civic Learning and Democratic Engagement||View|
|Disability Knowledge Community||View|
|Fraternity and Sorority||View|
|Gender and Sexuality||View|
|Men and Masculinities||View|
|New Professionals and Graduate Students||View|
|Parent and Family Relations||View|
|Sexual and Relationship Violence Prevention, Education, and Response||View|
|Socioeconomic and Class Issues in Higher Education||View|
|Spirituality and Religion in Higher Education||View|
|Student Affairs Fundraising and External Relations||View|
|Student Affairs Partnering with Academic Affairs||View|
|Student Career Development||View|
|Student Leadership Programs||View|
|Undocumented Immigrants and Allies||View|
|Wellness and Health Promotion||View|
|Women in Student Affairs||View|
The Enrollment Management Knowledge Community (KC) provides an opportunity for NASPA members to engage in discussions, access resources, and exchange information regarding enrollment management topics. The EMKC provides an opportunity for supporting leaders (VPs, AVPs, directors, faculty) that include enrollment responsibilities within their work to assist them in gaining access to additional resources and training. Members will share their common interests, knowledge, and innovative practices to help support each other, student success, and the NASPA mission.
In the early 1990s, the number of U.S. high school graduates began to increase. The upward tick was both consistent and striking. 5 years of increases…then 10 years of increases…15 years…20+ years of increases! The ever-growing numbers of high school graduates translated into a real boon for higher education. The number of colleges and universities across the nation increased from approximately 3,500 institutions to 4,700 institutions. These institutions then made sizeable investments in a number of areas including campus amenities such as residence halls, fitness centers, and—of course—the proverbial lazy rivers. We in student affairs also benefited, albeit to the consternation of some of my faculty colleagues. In fact, the number of student affairs professionals and other non-academic administrators more than doubled while instructional budgets saw only modest increases.
We look forward to seeing many of you San Antonio for the 2017 NASPA Annual Conference! Please see below for our Enrollment Management Knowledge Community highlighted sessions, meetings, and general NASPA events you won't want to miss while there.
Sustainability KC is accepting nominations for Chair/Co-Chair! Apply by October 26.
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 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.
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.