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.


Alcohol Initiatives

Alcohol initiatives

Each student arrives to campus with different experiences with alcohol. Whether you have experience with alcohol or not, or whether you plan to incorporate alcohol into your college experience or not, the Alcohol Initiatives program strives to give you the information you need to make the right decision for you. Visit the Alcohol Initiatives site.