The Technology focus area supports the discussion and educational development of technology’s influence in today’s higher education environment.
Nearly half of students enrolled in colleges and universities today are adult learners, who often must balance their education with other family or work-related priorities. However, institutional policies and…Buy
Careers in Student Affairs provides a comprehensive look at being a higher education administrator. Integrating perspectives from both research and practical application, this reader-friendly book…Buy
Using the CAS Professional Standards is a practical text designed to highlight multiple ways to apply the standards and guidelines published by the Council for…Buy
Engagement and Employability examines the central role student affairs plays in helping students gain and articulate career skills through cocurricular experiences. It focuses on the…Buy
The world of higher education is changing, yet too many colleges and universities act as if it isn’t.
Demands for higher education reform are affecting colleges and universities…Buy
More than a third of all undergraduate students are 25 or older, and their presence on college and university campuses is growing. However, institutions of higher learning are struggling…Buy
This updated set of Professional Competency Areas is intended to define the broad professional knowledge, skills, and, in some cases, attitudes expected of student affairs professionals regardless of their…Buy
Over the past 15 years learning communities have become widespread in higher education. The term learning community refers to a variety of ways of intentionally redesigning the curriculum by…Buy
The transition from graduate school to a full-time position in student affairs can be filled with both opportunities and challenges. In order to be successful, new professionals must understand…Buy
Developed by experienced student affairs leaders who have successfully implemented cultures of evidence on their campuses, this tutorial offers practical advice and concrete examples of how to plan, create,…Buy
Beyond the Americans with Disabilities Act is a primer and quick reference guide for higher education professionals who work with students with disabilities, both apparent and hidden. Written for…Buy
For graduate students attending the NASPA Annual Conference
The annual Technology Knowledge Community awards are now LIVE and awaiting your nominations/submissions. Every year the TKC sponsors four different awards to showcase the talents of those partaking in technology advancment on your campuses. Nominations are due by November 9. Click one of the links below to apply for one of the four following awards:
SA Weekly – your new destination for higher ed news, NASPA research and policy, constituent blogs, and more. Catch up on everything that has happened in the last week including: “’They Look the Other Way,’” “Diverse Fund-Raisers for Tomorrow's Donors,” “The 2018 Surveys of Admissions Leaders: The Pressure Grows,” and “It’s Complicated: Changing the Relationship Status with Your Boss.”
We’ve all been there. We’re working on something we care deeply about, and we know it would be so much better if needed partners were at the table. For instance, we want to create an internship program because we know that students are clamoring for more hands-on experience and local employers stand ready to build a talent pipeline. Therefore we bring multiple parties together, discuss partnership possibilities, and identify some plausible next steps, but somehow our vision for the program never takes shape. If you’ve ever been frustrated by a scenario like this, Elise Newkirk-Kotfila, NASPA director of advising initiatives, offer three things everyone in a campus setting needs to keep in mind as they form partnerships.
We are thrilled to announce that the NASPA Board has approved the new title for the journal, and that, beginning in January 2019, we will begin publishing the Journal of Women and Gender in Higher Education.