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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.
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
5 Things to Support Latinx/a/o Students
Introducing the LOOP Framework for Assessing Division-wide Assessments of Student Learning
Certified Peer Educator (CPE) Training
Engaging Students in Civic-focused Programming
A Balancing Act: Faculty and First-gen
Supporting Justice-Impacted Students on Campus
Task Forces to End Sexual Violence in Higher Ed
Building a Mentoring Program for First-generation Students