Open Call: ACPA22 Convention Chair

In March 2022, ACPA will return to St. Louis, Missouri for its Annual Convention. ACPA 2021-2022 President, Danielle Morgan Acosta, invites you to consider applying to serve as the ACPA22 Convention Chair!

Leading the ACPA Annual Convention planning efforts, in collaboration with the ACPA International Office staff and team of dedicated volunteers, is a transformative opportunity to serve the profession and shape the convention experience for those who participate.

NECPA Call to Action

Black Lives Matter Blog

New England College Personnel Association Call to Action We stand as advocates and allies alongside those who are bringing to light the effects of systematic racism and anti-Black police brutality that led to the recent deaths of George Floyd, Amhaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor, Riah Milton, Tony McDade, Rayshard Brooks, Black Trans community members, and countless others. In response to recent events...

Statement from the Commission for Student Conduct and Legal Issues

Black Lives Matter Blog

Consistent with the ACPA’s stated values within the Strategic Imperative for Racial Justice and Decolonization, the Commission for Student Conduct and Legal Issues (CSCLI) would like to encourage association members to think critically about the processes of reporting people for violations of the Code of Student Conduct or Honor Code on the various campuses we serve. While this is not based on...

When Addressing Anti-Racism—Not Just What, But How by Sherry K. Watt & MCI Team Consortium

Black Lives Matter Blog

When Addressing Anti - Racism — Not Just What, But How: Introducing The Theory of Being​ “No matter where the oppressed are found, the act of love is commitment to their cause—the cause of liberation. And this commitment, because it is loving, is dialogical. As an act of bravery, love cannot be sentimental; as an act of freedom, it must not serve a pretext for manipulation. It must generate other...

Fall 2020 International Student Statement

ACPA-College Student Educators International expresses our complete and strongest opposition to the recent statement of intent by the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) that international students pursuing degrees in the United States on F-1 or M-1 visas must leave the country if their college or university offers online-only classes in the next academic term.