Ethics Presentation

Student affairs professionals perform myriad tasks and roles within their professional lives: advisors, consultants, counselors, programmers, researchers, teachers, advocates for students, and advancers of their profession. In addition, they work with multiple audiences – students, faculty, administrators, community members, and student affairs colleagues. Therefore, student affairs professionals are expected to be competent in performing all of these roles within any given context. Student affairs professionals are also responsible for consequences that may arise from the decisions they make or lack thereof.