Advisory Services Testimonials

Reflections on NASPA Advisory Services from Higher Education Leaders

Our services are strengthened by, and stand out as a result of, the direct involvement of higher education executives from concept through delivery. These executives range from a college president to vice presidents of student affairs to specific subject matter experts. Our review framework and services are informed by, and infused with, these critical perspectives. Read what higher education and student affairs executives are saying about NASPA Advisory Services below.

P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S. Cycle Spring 2023

Complete our guided self-assessments on nine critical areas within your division of student affairs. NASPA staff will review the P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S. framework in greater detail during Orientation, create a customized web portal, and with the guidance of your division, assign student affairs staff to specific modules. The self-assessment will launch in February 2023. In May 2023, institutions will receive P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S. reports for each module completed that provide aggregated self-assessment data in an easy to read format and an at-a-glance dashboard that highlights potential areas of strength and further review. Participant institutions will get access to two complimentary live briefing recordings from the P.R.A.C.T.I.C.E.S. professional development series.

*Early-Bird Registration, available through 1/6/2023, $795/institutional member $950/non-member

*Regular Registration, available through 1/13/2023, $915/institutional member $1070/non-member

*Late Registration, available through 1/19/2023, $950/institutional member $1105/non-member

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Case Studies

Rhode Island College

The Rhode Island College president used an external review to support the on-boarding and goal setting of a new vice president overseeing a re-organized Division of Student Success.

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University at Albany

With the start of a new University president, the University at Albany vice president for student affairs engaged his division in an external review to detail strengths and opportunities for development.

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University of West Georgia

The University of West Georgia Division of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management participated in an external review as a means of engaging staff in critical self-reflection and to identify strengths and areas for improvement.

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