The Division of Student Affairs encourage you to continue your professional development through various organizations and opportunities listed below.
Divisional New Staff Welcome and Orientation
Spring 2019: March 20, 2019 tentatively 1-4pm
Fall 2019: October 11, 2019 tentatively 9am-11am
- Our division
- Resources for your success
- Staff Engagement Opportunities
- Meet new Colleagues and senior leaders in the Division
RSVP by TBD via email to Brenda Arthur.
Center for University Learning Offerings
The Center for University Learning offers a variety of opportunities to develop your skills. To view upcoming training sessions as well as self guided online training modules, visit their website.
National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA)
The core of NASPA’s mission is to provide professional development for student affairs educators and administrators who share the responsibility for a campus wide focus on the student experience.
NASPA Conference March 9-13, 2019.
For more professional development opportunities or to learn more about NASPA, visit their website.
American College Personnel Association (ACPA)
For more professional development opportunities or to learn more about ACPA, visit their website.
Functional Area Professional Organizations
Career Development: NACE is the leading organization of choice for career developent professionals. For more information visit their website.
Counseling and Psychological Services: The American College Counseling Association is a primary resource for campus counselors. Additional information can be found here.
Disability Services: There are a host of organizations that work in this space, including specialized organizations, as well as NASPA. A good place to start would be the NASPA website.
Diversity and Cultural Communities: As with Disability Services, there are a host of organizations that work in this space, zeroing in on particular populations. A good place to start would be the NASPA knowledge community website.
Greek Life: The Association of Fraternity | Sorority Advisors is a centralizing force in professional organizations for Greek Life. More information can be found here.
Housing and Residence Life: ACUHO-I is the leading organization of choice for campus housing and residence life professionals. For more professional development opportunities or to learn more about ACUHO-I, visit their website.
Orientation: Orientation's primary professional organization is the National Orientation Directors' Association. Their website can be found here.
Sports and Recreation: NIRSA strives to be the primary resource of continuing education for collegiate recreation professionals throughout their careers. For more information, visit their website.
Student Activites: The National Association for Campus Activities is a primary organization in the Student Activities space. Additional information can be found here.
Student Conduct: The Association for Student Conduct Administration is a primary organization in the Student Conduct functional area. For more information, please visit their website.
Student Leadership: Because there are many areas within the functional area of leadership -- including organization leadership, service learning, and more -- a good starting place would be NASPA's student leadership program's knowledge community website.
Assessment Professional Development
The Student Affairs Assessment Leaders (SAAL), in conjunction with Colorado State University, are offering the 3rd iteration of a free MOOC, titled “Applying and Leading Assessment in Student Affairs.” For more info visit the website.
Question, Persuade, Refer (QPR) is the most widely used and researched suicide gatekeeper program. QPR provides non-mental health clinicians with the tools they need to help someone who is having suicidal thoughts. The training only takes an hour and can literally save a life. Last semester we hosted several open trainings and they were very well attended; thus, we have schedule monthly trainings for the spring on the following dates. I hope everyone can find time to attend a training.
For more information, click here.
Tuesday, March 26, 2019 at 3:30pm
Kennesaw Campus University College, UC200
Tuesday, April 16, 2019 at 3:30pm
Kennesaw Campus Clendenin, CL1009
Upcoming WebinarsDo you have a webinar you want to share with the Divison of Student Affairs? Contact Sandefur Porter to get it posted here.