Message from the Director
As you browse through the site, please consider getting involved in the region. From volunteering to review program submissions for a regional conference to participating in a knowledge community, there are many opportunities to connect and engage. Advisory board members are available to you to answer questions and sift through the myriad of possibilities! Please let us know how we can be of service.
Who We Are
We are dedicated to promoting the vocation of student affairs within our region and beyond by providing opportunities for professional development and training. Explore the website and learn about our upcoming events, professional development opportunities, knowledge community contributions and information on becoming involved.
NASPA Region II encompasses Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Washington, D.C., and West Virginia.
Each year, Region II celebrates its community of Student Affairs professionals and students at the Region II Conference that takes place each June.
The Region II Advisory Board oversees the various operations of the Region as well as representing the state organizations within Region II and coordinating with the Knowledge Communities.
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Call for Awards Nominations Open: Friday, March 17, 2023
Awards Nominations Deadline: Tuesday, April 18, 2023
Questions? Contact Ashley Lemon, Awards Chair, at [email protected].
One of the best resources available to you is the wide range of professional development opportunities. This list contains both our “Hosted Events,” workshops and webinars that we plan and manage, and some “Related Events,” hosted by the NASPA Central Office or other NASPA Constituent Groups. To see a full listing of NASPA events, please see the Events page.
If you are interested in planning an event for the Region, you must fill out this form.The completed form will be sent to your Regional Director and Regional Treasurer for approval. They'll be in touch with further information.
NASPA Region II has long been one of the largest regions (by membership) due to the number of colleges and universities located in the Middle-Atlantic United States. The leadership of Region II strives to recognize the excellent work being done within the region as well building talent at all levels by providing members with professional development and networking opportunities. Each year, Region II celebrates its community of student affairs professionals and students at the Region II Conference, held annually in June. We have several pages dedicated to the history of Region II in an attempt to help create a repository for members to see what we have done and what we still need to do. Feel free to peruse and let us know if we are missing something or there is something that you would like to see!
- Jeffrey S. Putman, NASPA Region II Historian
Strategic Plan 2018-2023
Mission: To connect members of the regional student aﬀairs community in professional development eﬀorts that build competencies and creates networks to share the rewards and challenges of educating college students.
Vision:NASPA Region II is the premier regional source for student aﬀairs professional development that connects current and future practitioners and faculty of the ﬁeld.
- Educational Programs
- Take stock of our members’ perceptions of their NASPA experiences; particularly as it relates to NAPSA2.
- Focus on providing the very best and inclusive educational programming opportunities for NASPA2 members across existing platforms including, but not limited to: Regional Conference, Mid-Managers Institute, Careers in Student Aﬀairs Conference, Knowledge Communities, networking events at the annual conference, etc.
- Ensure student aﬀairs professionals throughout NASPA2 are aware of and beneﬁt from NASPA membership and engagement opportunities.
- Identify revenue-generating strategies (vis a vis the Regional Conference) to ensure NASPA2’s long-term ﬁnancial solvency.
- Employ a comprehensive evaluation (assessment) strategy of regional programs in order to provide the best data to inform decisions, and improve these programs and services.