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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.
Five Things Student Affairs Administrators Should Know About Student Voice Initiatives
Advancing Racial Justice on Campus: Student and Administrator Perspectives on Conditions for Change
Five Things Colleges and Universities Can Do to Provide Support Services to Respondents
Culture of Respect CORE Evaluation (8th Ed.)
Student Affairs Perspectives on Anti-Critical Race Theory State Policies and National Narratives
Countering Political Attacks on DEI: Resources for Student Affairs Professionals
Basic Counseling Skills for Higher Education Professionals: Identifying and Addressing Mental Health Concerns
Small and Mighty: Student Affairs at Small Colleges and Universities
The Handbook of Student Affairs Administration (5th Edition)
A Snapshot of the Current State of Title IX: Recommendations for State and Federal Policymakers
Guns on Campus: Best Practices and Lessons Learned