|* Exclusive to institutional representatives. The institutional representative is the senior student affairs officer at a member institution. NOTE: Professional and faculty affiliates can upgrade their membership to receive materials sent to voting delegates .
- Reduced individual dues for staff of member institutions*
- Professional liability insurance from Forrest T. Jones
- Member rates for publications
- Member discounts on all regional and national workshops and institutes
- Special pricing on NASPA Annual Conference registration
NASPA offers a wide range of educational opportunities for all levels of student affairs professionals. An "at-a-glance" list is provided in the right-hand column, with more information available in the programs section.
NASPA offers numerous opportunities for involvement. An excellent resource to use in exploring the association is the presentation, Navigating NASPA: An "Insider's Guide" to the Association.
The presentation provides a foundation for understanding NASPA, and suggests various involvement opportunities including:
- Assisting with a knowledge community initiative
- Volunteering, presenting, and/or serving as a program reviewer for a regional, a content-based professional development event, or the NASPA Annual Conference
- Mentoring a NASPA undergraduate fellow
- Writing an article for a NASPA publication
- Nominating a colleague for an award
- Donating an item to the NASPA Foundation silent auction
- Being a listener on the panel of listeners.
Student Affairs Communities
NASPA's Regions and Knowledge Communities bring professionals together for leadership and volunteer opportunities in the student affairs field. Through access to the Members-only section of the website, members also have access to an online directory of their colleagues.
Each of NASPA's seven regions offers a variety of programs and activities.