College Student Affairs Journal

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

Articles from Vol. 24, No. 1, Fall

After 16 Years of Publishing Standards, Do CAS Standards Make a Difference?
Using member of professional associations who are a part of the Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education (CAS) consortia as a sample, this study investigated who uses CAS Standards, how and why they are used, and whether CAS Standards...
A Practitioner's Guide to a Learning-Centered Co-Curricular Activities Program
Student affairs professionals are faced with the challenge of focusing on student learning. Through the implementation of a co-curricular activities program (CAP) model, described in this article, universities can develop a structured approach to programming...
Construction and Initial Validation of the Student-Professor Interaction Scale
This article describes the development of an instrument to measure the multiple dimensions of student-faculty interactions. The sample consisted of 318 students (114 males, 203 females; 58% White, 16% African American, 9% Hispanic Americans) who completed...
Educating Student Affairs Professionals about Gay, Lesbian, and Bisexual Issues: An Evaluation of an Intervention
In an effort to prepare student affairs professionals to effectively address gay, lesbian, and bisexual concerns on their campuses, the American College Personnel Association developed a workshop entitled the "Beyond Tolerance Roadshow." Participants...
The Afro-American Gospel Choir: Achieving a Positive Campus Climate for African American Students
For African American students, matriculation at a predominantly White institution of higher education can be quite intimidating. Religion is important in providing comfort and encouragement for many of these students. This article describes the Afro-American...
Where Have We Come from and Where Are We Going? A Review of Past Student Affairs Philosophies and an Analysis of the Current Student Learning Philosophy
This article reviews three of the most widely-known guiding philosophies of student affairs for the past 65 years. The article analyzes the rise, dominance, and fall of the student services and student development philosophies and then explores the emergence...
Work, Relationships, and Rewards in Student Affairs: Differences by Institutional Type
The differences among students who attend different types of colleges and universities are well documented in the literature. Variations in faculty roles by institutional type have also been examined. Yet disparities in the worklife of student affairs...
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