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Virtual Case Study Competition
The 20th Annual StudentAffairs.com Virtual Case Study Competition (VCS) pits teams of student affairs/counseling graduate programs across the country against each other. Teams are challenged to create a response to an of-the-moment case study scenario. Cash prizes are awarded to each member of the top three teams. Congratulations to the team from the University of Nevada, Reno for winning our 20th edition! This year's scenario dealt with creating a meaningful and absorbing virtual program that stresses social engagement utilizing both a PDF presentation and a short video. You can check out all individual team entries from this year as well as peruse our list of winners and competitions from the past 20 years.
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 2021 term for a minimum of three credits. Each team shall consist of either three or four qualifying members.