NASPA is a member-centered association supporting a diverse and passionate network of 15,000 professionals and 1,200 institutions across the globe.
Whether you are looking for a transformational in-person experience, or wanting to learn and engage from where you are, NASPA has the perfect professional development for you.
As higher education continues to evolve, NASPA serves a leading role in the innovations that are shaping the future of student affairs.
Check out what's new with NASPA & the field of student affairs.
NASPA has many organizations and groups that tailor your NASPA experience to your location, professional level, and institution type.
NASPA publishes books, periodicals, and other media to support student affairs professionals in their daily work to promote student learning and success.
The latest issue of Leadership Exchange is now available! Read about advancing equity on campus, the battle against COVID-19 fatigue, and more.
The vision of the Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice is to publish the most rigorous and relevant research regarding student affairs.
Student Affairs Fundraising has history, background, detailed context, and relevant examples for successful fundraising within student affairs.
The Contested Campus
National Student Affairs Day of Action
SSAOs for Latinx Community College Student Success
Journal of First-generation Student Success
NASPA's resources for deliberative dialogue
Coffee with Kevin
Culture of Respect Foundations
New Ideas for Inclusive Orientation Programs: A Focus on Class
Unraveling Title IX with International Students
Creating Support Resources for First-generation Graduate and Professional Students
Collaborating with Local Health Departments to Enhance College Substance Use Prevention Efforts
The Terminal Degree & Is It for Me?
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Assessment Tool Box: Four Practical Tools to Help you Assess Student Leadership
Equipping Campus Administration to Support Students with Diabetes
5 Things to Support Adult Learners
5 Things to Improve Success Among Men of Color