The purpose of this award is to recognize a completed dissertation that demonstrates scholarly excellence and makes a substantial contribution to knowledge in the general field of student affairs/student services. It may be in any scholarly tradition or methodology and focus on any topic in the field.
ACPA Video on Demand Feature
Social Media and Student Learning
ACPA Partner: HigherEd Live! Feature
ACPA's Racial Justice Strategic Imperative
Are You Aware? ACPA's Strategic Imperative for Racial Justice(Learn More >>)
ACPA's Premiere Publications
For the past 20 years About Campus has brought student learning to the forefront of higher education and student affairs. To ensure the longevity of this unique publication, an extraordinary group of people came together and built About Campus around the tenets of excellent scholarship, strength in community, and sharing practice for educators everywhere. Twenty years later, we aspire to continue this tradition. About Campus is a Member Benefit! Become a Member of ACPA and you will receive "About Campus" six times a year!
Journal of College Student Development
The Journal of College Student Development (JCSD) is one of the world’s leading journals on higher education. Subscribers include the members of ACPA-College Student Educators International, individuals (subscriptions available through Johns Hopkins University Press), and academic libraries (as JCSD or Project Muse subscribers).
JCSD is included in numerous research databases including the Social Science Citation Index, where JCSD is one of only five U.S. and international higher education journals indexed.
According to the National Journal, "Bernie Sanders' education platform finds new life in the states." Download the Powerpoint slide, or right-click the image, save and share.
from the Coalition for LGBT Awareness (CLGBTA), June 2017
From the desk of Cindi Love, ACPA Executive Director
I am excited to be at the Community and Technical College Fly-In hosted by Downs Government Affairs. The event is for community and technical college presidents and senior leaders to hear from the Department of Ed, Health and Human Services, Labor, Commerce, Homeland Security and more about the new White House priorities for funding as well as the expectations for collaboration and leveraging assets in much more effective ways.
The Chronicle of Higher Education recently reported that, on June 8, 2017, the Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights (OCR) distributed an internal memo containing new guidance that will provide regional offices with discretion to significantly scale back the scope of OCR investigations for all types of cases, including sexual violence complaints.
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