Category : Student Affairs

Never Say Goodbye

As we reach the end of another academic year, there is a lot of activity going on in higher education institutions all over the country. From my perspective, the silence in the halls signifies that students are either taking their exams or they’re in the library or in the common spaces cramming in the final

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And I just want to say…

Author’s Note: I’m truly truly sorry if I left anyone off my white board, you all are rock stars in my eyes and have had a positive impact on my #sachat experience! And yes, this was inspired by the girl who quit her job over the white board. Good call @stacyloliver 🙂 And I totally

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Where were you?

On September 11, 2001, I was a freshman at William Paterson University (location A) I was getting ready to go to my 9:05AM Music Appreciation class (clearly I didn’t know any better about those morning classes). My dorm (yes DORM) over looked the New York skyline(location B). As I was leaving for class, I saw

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Welcome to the first day of the rest of your life

A shout out to all my new SA professional colleagues. I originally wrote this post for the SA collaborative blog, but I’m going to share this all with you again because I feel it is still pertinent and helpful! Congratulations on graduating all you higher education administration/student affairs administration Masters students. If you already secured

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Life after training

Training: it’s the one word that makes housing professionals fill with excitement and anticipation as the new year arrives.  A training can last anywhere from a few days to a few weeks and go for full days or half days.  Student staff will learn everything ranging from how to facilitate a community gathering to the

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