Careers in Student Affairs

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Benefits of Student Affairs

A career in student affairs offers professionals many opportunities including:

Graduate Programs

Completing a master’s degree in college student personnel or a related field is a necessity to advance in the field of student affairs. The following website will provide you with more information regarding graduate programs available related to the field of student affairs:

ACPA (Association of College Personnel Administrators) Graduate Program Directory:

NASPA (Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education) Graduate Program Directory:

Resources Regarding Student Affairs

The following websites can offer you more information regarding the field of Student Affairs. These websites provide professional development information, publications, and professional networking opportunities:

Active on Twitter? Follow the hashtag #SAGRAD, #SASearch to find others also searching for a career in student affairs.

Connect on Facebook through the Student Affairs Leaders of Tomorrow (SALT) for NASPA IV-East page.


Diversity Advocates

Diversity advocates

Diversity Advocates provide support, mentorship, and advocacy to students, as well as opportunities for education and discussion around issues of diversity. More information.