StudentAffairs.com is the most comprehensive Internet resource available for college student affairs professionals.
StudentAffairs.com was conceived by college administrators Stuart Brown and Andrew Hedges at the 1997 ACPA/NASPA combined conference in Chicago. The goal was to create a multi-platform resource for student affairs professionals just as the Internet age began to stake a foothold in higher education and beyond. The initial offerings included a rudimentary job search area, listings of web-related resources, and a catalog of operating Listservs. After a few years, Andrew left StudentAffairs.com to pursue other interests. However, the site continued to grow and expand, adding a job site with hundreds of position listings, a comprehensive catalogue of webinars, and, most recently, an online Exhibit Hall.
Today, StudentAffairs.com is recognized as a leader in student affairs and is one of the most accessed destinations by college and university student personnel administrators.
Currently, the website features:
- Position listings – We list thousands of student affairs job openings each year covering every functional area of the field.
- Free resume listing database – Student affairs professionals can post their resume online; member institutions can search for candidates as part of their subscription to the site.
- Exhibit Hall – The only online exhibit hall for student affairs professionals listing performers, service providers, promotional products, and more that cater to student affairs professionals.
- Website resources – We have catalogued dozens of helpful and informative websites within our pages.
- Webinars – StudentAffairs.com is a leader in the field in offering dozens of online, professional development programs each year.
- Virtual Case Study Competition – One of the oldest case study competitions for graduate students that annually attractions hundreds of Master’s level students.
About Stuart Brown
Stuart Brown, who leads StudentAffairs.com, has been in the field of student affairs for over 35 years. He received his doctorate from Teachers College, Columbia University in 1989 and has worked in residence life, student activities, orientation, and is currently the Director of Student Services at the Waterbury Campus of the University of Connecticut. He has held leadership positions with NASPA, both at the Regional and National level and has been awarded the Region I Distinguished Accomplishment Award and the Region I Outstanding Contribution to Literature or Research.