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2019 Virtual Case Study Call For Entries!
The 18th Annual StudentAffairs.com Virtual Case Study Competition (VCS) is now open! Deadline for submitting your team's contact information is Friday, January 25, 2019. The VCS pits teams of student affairs/counseling graduate programs across the country against each other. Teams are challenged to create a PowerPoint response to an of-the-moment case study scenario. Cash prizes will be awarded to each member of the top three teams.
Participants must be currently enrolled in a Masters level program in Student Affairs Administration, Counseling, or Higher Education and will be enrolled for the Spring 2019 term for a minimum of six credits. Each team shall consist of either three or four qualifying members.
Last year, a squad from the University of Georgia consisting of Ariana Mollers, Liz Baldwin, Allysa Clagett, and Johanna Ilyssa Padrid, produced the winning entry. Each person won $200 for their efforts. In second place, Jessy Cheung, Shannon Daly, Elijah Amelse, and Joellen Hatchett from Western Illinois University each won $150. In third place, Ryan Brown-Moreno, Kate Childress, Giovanna Flores, and Raquel Skidmore from Stephen F. Austin State University each won $100. Read more about last year's contest.