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About Campus

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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!  

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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.  

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2015 Governance Nominations & Elections

ACPA Governance Elections

The ACPA-College Student Educators International Leader Nomination and Election process provides a defining moment in the development of our Association. It is an opportunity to ensure that people with the necessary competencies are leading ACPA and providing governance that will fulfill the objectives of the Association. It is also an opportunity for new leaders to contribute to long lasting...
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Celebrating the Life of ACPA's 36th President Theodore K. Miller

Theodore “Ted” K. Miller, 84, of Athens, Georgia passed away Saturday, August 20, 2016. Born January 1, 1932 in Iowa City, IA, Ted was the son of the late George E. Miller and Grace Bute Miller of Goshen, IN. He was preceded in death by his brother Jack Bute Miller (Carolyn) of Caledonia, IL. He is survived by his sister Margaret Miller Hoff (David) of Las Vegas, NV. Additional survivors include...
Higher Ed Live - Unsung Heroes

Higher Ed Live This Week! Our Unsung Heroes: Mid-Level Staff in Student Affairs

Follow: Often the unsung heroes in an organization, mid-level professionals have unique challenges, and opportunities that create a need for continuous learning and growth. How can one transition from a “specialist” to a leader of a cross functional team? What factors affect mid-level longevity and career satisfaction? How can one effectively lead from the middle? What skills and competencies are...
Karen Strohm Kitchener, Ph.D.

Remembering...Karen Strohm Kitchener, Ph.D.

Obituary for the American Psychologist Prepared July 29, 2016 Karen Strohm Kitchener was born in Toledo Ohio in 1943. She completed her undergraduate work at the University of California at Santa Barbara, majoring in history and participating in an international service and education program that influenced her thinking about social justice and women’s rights throughout her career. She completed...
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Please Provide Feedback on Professional Competencies Rubrics

Dear ACPA/NASPA members, We have had the good fortune of co-chairing the ACPA and NASPA Professional Competencies Rubrics Task Force with an extraordinary group of colleagues (see below). The Task Force was charged to: Review the current ACPA Rubric document to ascertain this tool’s utility for assessment of an individual’s competencies, staff development, training planning, and/or other uses...