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Merit Initiative Comes To Drew

By Michael McCurry

     Earlier this month Campus Life and Student Affairs announced the introduction of a new initiative called Merit. Merit, by Merit Pages Inc., is a multimedia platform that works at gaining positive attention for students by cataloging their accomplishments and activities and presenting them in a personal profile that is broadly accessible to parents, recruiters, other schools, future employers and media outlets. 234 more words


Find Adventure Through NSU Study Abroad

   Northern State offers students a variety of study abroad opportunities across the globe, paying the same tuition as you would at Northern.
   NSU has several sister schools—including Universidad  Mayor in Chile, Rennes School of Business in France, Pukyong University in South Korea, and Jinan University in China. 626 more words


Student Affairs: Seeing Eye to Eye

Hello! Through this blog I will speak of my experience mentoring college students in our one-on-one meetings. My intention is to convey the experiences in such a way that helps us as student affairs professionals better understand college students. 40 more words

Rescuing Rowan

There are millions of blogs for all different kinds of readers.  This blog is for those looking to be informed about the issues surrounding Rowan. It is a great privilege to be able to share the problems I believe are most important to the masses here at Glassboro.  344 more words

The Future of Academic Advising and Technology: From Internal Affairs to Student Affairs...

Academic Advising is taking a turn with the advent of technology and the digitization of society. However, it is important to note that the industry is not making a very pivotal turn in terms of taking on new mediums of technology to aid in advisement practices. 167 more words

Applying Theory To Practice

Uncertainty Looms Over Future of Mental Health Initiatives Fund

By: Dan Timen and Nathan Hood

The Mental Health Initiatives Fund, launched by the Student Union to support mental health initiatives at UPEI, has sparked debate within the SU as some student leaders attempt to determine its future – while others charge decisions are being made without Council consultation. 595 more words


Using Professional Competencies to Assess Learning in Student Affairs Graduate Programs

By Dr. Phyllis McCluskey-Titus, Associate Professor, Department of   Educational Administration and Foundations; Ramo Stott, Residential Life Coordinator, Louisiana State University; Catherine Poffenbarger, Office of the Provost, Illinois State University; Kaitlin Ballard, Residence Hall Director, Illinois Wesleyan University… 4,364 more words