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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.
Socioeconomic Status and Social Class in Higher Education
Understanding and Meeting the Needs of Students Experiencing Homelessness
The Color of Drinking: Assessing the Impact of the Alcohol Culture on Students of Color
A Collaborative and Integrated International Student Orientation Experience
Infusing Social Justice into Your New Professional Role
Growth Mindset in Action: Lessons from the UCLA GRIT Coaching Program
Culture of Respect CORE Blueprint Program: Findings From a National Study
Unpacking Christian Privilege in Student Affairs
Campus Climate in the Post-Election Era
Partnering to Promote Student Voices and Campus-wide Dialogues about Culture
From a Privileged Perspective: Exploring How White Students Make Meaning of Cross-Racial Interaction
Cultivating Community Conversations: Utilizing Peer Facilitation Groups on Your Campus
Developing Programming for Disability Allyship
Intersections of Identity at Work: Race, Ethnicity, and Gender (self-care and support)
Hindu Beliefs on Campus
Sikh Beliefs on Campus