College Student Affairs Journal

College Student Affairs Journal is an academic journal focusing on College Student Affairs

Articles from Vol. 23, No. 1, Fall

A Call for New Leadership
Toward the back of this issue readers will find a call for applications for senior editor of this journal. I have decided on a career change and will be heading hack to graduate school next fall. Although I am looking forward to a new beginning in my...
Effects of College Racial Composition on African American Students' Interactions with Faculty
This study explored the extent to which African American students attending historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) and African American students attending predominantly White institutions (PWIs) had academic and social interactions with...
Foundations of Student Affairs Practice: How Philosophy, Theory, and Research Strengthen Educational Outcomes
Foundations of Student Affairs Practice: How Philosophy, Theory, and Research Strengthen Educational Outcomes By Florence A. Hamrick, Nancy J. Evans, and John H. Schuh San Francisco: Jossey-Bass 2002, 384 pages ISBN: 0787946478Foundations of Student...
Get a Job: Working Class Students Discuss the Purpose of College
This paper is a case study of four, first-generation, working-class, White male freshmen who discuss their perceptions of the purpose of college. These perceptions are analyzed using Chickering's sixth vector, Developing Purpose. The data indicate that...
How Student Affairs Administrators Spend Their Time: Differences by Institutional Setting
As costs associated with higher education have skyrocketed in recent years, stakeholders have demanded evidence of institutional outcomes and productivity. Researchers have examined student outcomes and faculty productivity but studies related to productivity...
Institutional Culture and the Advanced Degree Aspirations of Students Attending Women's Colleges
Women's college culture has been found to have qualities that promote the success of women who graduate from these institutions including graduating women who are more likely to attend graduate school than women from coeducational institutions. A purposeful...
In the Wake of September 11: A Proactive Model for Supporting Diverse Campus Communities
This article explores the impact of the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on stress, prejudicial attitudes, and hateful acts as they relate to college campuses. It presents a review of literature about existing Stressors and their impact on stereotyping...
The Professional's Last Will and Testament
Unlike anticipated employee departures, the death of a key staff member, as unexpected, as it is unwelcome, presents a new and unanticipated series of organizational challenges. Among these are the impact such loss has upon survivors in the organization...
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