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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.
#BlackMindsMatter: Addressing Black Collegiate Mental Wellness
How One Institution Used Existing Data to Increase Retention by 5% in One Year
Title IX Turmoil: Initial Analysis and Next Steps After the Withdrawal of the 2011 DCL
Socioeconomic Status and Social Class in Higher Education
Understanding and Meeting the Needs of Students Experiencing Homelessness
Adapting Trauma Informed Practices for Vulnerable Student Populations
The Color of Drinking: Assessing the Impact of the Alcohol Culture on Students of Color
Engaging in Non-Violent Protest on Campus
First 90 Days
The Art of Creating Your Career Path
Living, Learning & Leading through L3: A First-Year Leadership Learning Community
A Collaborative and Integrated International Student Orientation Experience
Infusing Social Justice into Your New Professional Role
Choosing Prevention Products: Questions to Ask About Sexual and Relationship Violence Programs
Supporting the New Student Experience through Intentional Transition Collaborations
Growth Mindset in Action: Lessons from the UCLA GRIT Coaching Program
Student Affairs Matters: Telling the Story through Assessment and Budget
Blended High Impact Experiential Learning (BHIEL)