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.
A new issue of Leadership Exchange is available! Read about strategies for setting AI policies and using new technologies to engage students.
This brief provides guidance on how to implement equitable practices for supporting student respondents.
The vision of the Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice is to publish the most rigorous and relevant research regarding student affairs.
Joint Statement Regarding Dangerous Restrictions
Moving From Words to Action: The Influence of Racial Justice Statements on Campus Equity Efforts
Leading Campus Drug and Alcohol Abuse Prevention: Grounded Approaches for Student Impact
Creando Comunidad: Experiences of Latina Faculty and Staff Mentors at a Hispanic-Serving Institution
Approaches to Campus Statements on Racial Justice
College Crisis Initiative
2021-2024 Public Policy Agenda
Cost-Saving Innovations: Lessons Learned from Three Campus Models
Five Things Student Affairs Professionals Should Know About Managing Email Communication With Students
Ending Campus Sexual Violence: Outcomes from the Culture of Respect Collective Program
Pandemic Increasing Suicidal Ideation
Title IX Resources
Title IX Guide: Going Above and Beyond Compliance
Five Things Student Affairs Professionals Can Do to Support Justice-Involved College Students