College Student Affairs Journal

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

Articles from Vol. 21, No. 2, Spring

Campus Involvement among African American Students at Small, Predominantly White Colleges
This article focuses on the campus involvement of African American students on small, predominantly white college campuses. The results represent a portion of a larger study, which intended to describe the experiences of African American students who...
Editorial
It seems that the word "transitions" is appropriate at this point in the journal's history. CSAJ is currently searching for a new editor and three associate editors. The selection of the individuals to fill these positions will greatly impact the focus...
Issues and Trends in the College Student Affairs Journal: A 20 Year Retrospective
The College Student Affairs Journal began in 1979 as The Southern College Personnel Association Journal. Throughout its existence, the journal has sought to publish solid research that informs the practitioner. As outlined in its purpose statement, the...
Moral Reasoning: Does the College Experience Make a Difference?
This study investigated the differences between levels of moral reasoning for traditional and nontraditional students. Results indicated that both groups of students enter college at similar levels. Implications of these findings would suggest that the...
Sexual Harassment Preventive/protective Practices at U.S. Colleges and Universities
Sexual harassment of students continues to be a pervasive problem on many college campuses. A written survey concerning 13 recommended preventive/protective practices was distributed to 1,246 4-year U.S. colleges and universities. Completed surveys were...
Student Event Policies: A Review of Institutional Responses
This study examines social event risk reduction practices currently in place at colleges and universities within Region 5 member institutions of the Association for College Unions International. Survey results indicate that the majority of colleges studied...
The Adjunct Professor's Guide to Success: Surviving and Thriving in the College Classroom
A major trend in higher education today is the use of part-time faculty. Many student affairs professionals have thought of going into the classroom and teaching and others already hold joint appointments. According to the US Department of Education,...
The Catalyst and Student Press Censorship: Implications for Student Personnel Administrators
Contemporary implications of student press censorship were explored using the case study of The Catalyst, an underground student publication at Texas Tech University during 1969-1971. Recommendations include a proactive administrative approach toward...
The Court's Response to Student Cheating with the Help of Term Paper Mills: Implications for Student Affairs Administrators
It is clear that instant access to term papers online makes plagiarizing easier than ever. Those that run term paper mills claim students are buying papers and using them as part of their research process -perhaps one citation among many in the final...
The Debate Continues: Are There Gender Differences in Moral Reasoning as Defined by Kohlberg?
A cross-sectional study of 244 first-year and graduating students was conducted to examine the change in moral reasoning during college and to determine whether there are gender differences in this process. Women scored higher than men on both Principled...
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