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As higher education continues to evolve, NASPA serves a leading role in the innovations that are shaping the future of student affairs.
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Understanding College Student Subpopulations: A Guide for Student Affairs Professionals
WISA is now Womxn in Student Affairs
Student and Academic Affairs Collaboration: The Divine Comity
Reflecting Back, Looking Forward: Civil Rights and Student Affairs
What we can learn from a movie with the family
The Handbook of Student Affairs Administration (5th Edition)
Student Affairs Fundraising: Raising Funds to Raise the Bar
Understanding ADA: Guidance and Practical Takeaways for Student Affairs Professionals
Learning Communities and Student Affairs: Partnering for Powerful Learning
Falling into Student Affairs
Professional Competency Areas for Student Affairs Educators
Are We Still Doing It for the "Work?" Student Affairs Educators and the Great Resignation
Strategies for Advancing your Career in Student Affairs
The Business of Student Affairs: Fundamental Skills for Student Affairs Professionals
Internationalization of Student Affairs and Services: An Emerging Global Perspective
Is a Non-Traditional Student Affairs Role Right for You?
Changes Reflect Greater Integration Between Academic and Student Affairs
Technology Research, Assessment and Evaluation Innovation Award
Stories of Inspiration: Lessons and Laughter in Student Affairs
Building Communal Belonging in Student Affairs
Gratitude, Relationships, and Mentorship in Student Affairs
Principles of Good Practice for Student Affairs, 1997
Building Community as Student Affairs Leaders
The Mid-Level Manager in Student Affairs: Strategies for Success
Knowing Your Worth in Student Affairs
Institutional Research and Student Affairs: Powerful Partners in Student Satisfaction
Examining the Connection Between Student Affairs Work and Racial Justice: Supporting Student Affairs
Online & Engaged: Innovative Student Affairs Practices for Online Learner Success
Raising the Bar: A Short Course on Student Affairs Fundraising