College Student Affairs Journal

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

Articles from Vol. 34, No. 3, Fall

Birds of a Feather Cluster Together: Noncognitive Attributes and International Student Success
International student enrollment in American universities has been steadily Increasing. When the Institute of International Education released their Open Doors report in 2014 there were 886,052 International students enrolled at American universities,...
Black Males on White Campuses: Still Invisible Men?
"I am invisible; understand, simply because people refuse to see me. Like the bodiless heads you see sometimes in circus sideshows, it is as though I have been surrounded by mirrors of hard, distorting glass. When they approach me they see only my surroundings,...
From the Editors
In this Fall 2016 issue of the College Student Affairs Journal, we feature seven manuscripts that explore a wide range of issues affecting students and student affairs from a variety of conceptual and methodological perspectives. Through each article,...
Millennial Student-Athletes and Career Development: Toward an Understanding of Academic, Athletic and Parental Spheres of Influence on Career Aspirations and Undergraduate Major Choices
One of the inherent functions of colleges and universities is to prepare students to graduate with a degree that allows them to embark on their career journey. Bell (2009) stated that today's student-athletes, a population subset within the larger student...
Organizational Change as a Function of Disaster Recovery: Lessons from Gulf Coast Institutions
Colleges and universities have traditionally been characterized as organizations that are slow to change. Operating as loosely-coupled organizations with multiple layers of authority these institutions are, at once, both interdependent with some external...
Predictors of Breakup Distress among Residential College Students
The college years are an important time for the development and maintenance of interpersonal relationships, particularly romantic relationships. An inevitable consequence of entering into new romantic relationships is the potential to experience romantic...
Recognize and Refer: Engaging the Greek Community in Active Bystander Training
Student Affairs (SA) departments and divisions are responsible for the well-being and growth of college students. One of the greatest challenges faced by SA services is difficulty in connecting with and outreaching to students. Due to limited resources,...
Teaching Mindfulness for the Self-Care and Well-Being of Student Affairs Professionals
By virtue of student affairs professionals' roles and responsibilities, serving in a helping role is common and as Reisser (2002) noted, "...as helping professionals we feel responsible for meeting the needs of the students, those of the frayed staff,...
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