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
AVPs are often asked to give advice and counsel to new professionals on their career goals and how to best climb the student affairs professional ladder. This blog post provides advice and practical suggestions for new professionals who may find themselves seeking internal advancement opportunities due to factors preventing them from transitioning to a new campus.
Juan Guardia, Assistant Vice President of Student Affairs and Dean of Students and University of Cincinnati approaches his role with balance and drive. Read more about Juan's commitment to students, his position, and the profession.
Recognizing the perfect moments in our work days.
The power of empathy and vulnerability as a student affairs professional and how embracing both of those things can help you become a better student affairs professional.
The deadline to nominate someone is July 31st!
Check out all things Western Regional 2019: Registration, Scholarships, and Institute information!
My current role as the Program Coordinator for Diversity and Inclusion allows me the opportunity to provide support for first-generation college students. Our institution defines the first-generation identity as “the first in your family to attend college, or the first in your family to attend a college in the United States”. Our Center for Diversity and Inclusion oversees support for students of color, DACA/undocumented, LGBTQIA+, and first-generation student populations. As the first-generation student experience recently came into our Center’s purview, we are building a foundation for the support for this population. As I look at research around the first-generation student experience in higher education, I am consistently finding my passion for student leadership wanting to come into the conversation.