ACPA - College Student Educators International, in its commitment to the advancement of the student affairs profession, recognizes the global dimensions of its work and the contributions of student affairs/student services practitioners and scholars throughout the world. While historically rooted in the evolution of the American higher education system, the Association seeks now to extend its efforts and services on behalf of and in collaboration with global colleagues to support the learning and educational experience of postsecondary/tertiary students wherever they are. Thus, ACPA - College Student Educators International is committed to a threefold strategy that furthers global relationships among student affairs/student services practitioners and scholars, advances a common understanding of our work, and supports the preparation and continuing development of colleagues who identify with this field.

2016

  • ACPA Convention in Montréal, Québec, Canada
  • Global Student Summit on Student Affairs - Powered by IASAS, ACPA, and LEAD365 (More info >>)
  • 3rd Annual Global Summit on Student Affairs and Services, Stellenbosch University, near Cape Town, South Africa (26-28 October 2016)

2015

2014 Activities

Image of A Student Affairs delegation visiting the U.S. from the Tshwane University of Technology in South Africa visited the ACPA IO on Wednesday, June 25, 2014.

A Student Affairs delegation visiting the U.S. from the Tshwane University of Technology in South Africa visited the ACPA IO on Wednesday, June 25, 2014.

Summer 2013 Activities

  • June 11-13: ACPA President Kathleen Kerr attended the 16th Annual CTLPA Conference in Barbados.
  • June 17-20: ACPA Executive Director Greg Roberts and Director of Membership Development Chris Moody attended the CACUSS 2013 Conference in Montreal, Canada.
  • June 25-27: Professor Gary Weaver conducted a cross-cultural communications workshop for ACPA leaders (Governing Board, Commission, Standing Committee and State and International Division leaders) at the June Leadership Meeting in Indianapolis. Professor Weaver talked about cross cultural communication as it relates to leading an increasingly diverse association and increasing our ability to truly be multicultural.

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