Rules & Submission Guidelines
You can read the 2023 Case Scenario which includes welcome instructions and judging criteria.
Cash prizes will be awarded to each member of the top three winning teams...
$200 for 1st place | $150 for 2nd place | $100 for 3rd place (Money is awarded for each member)\
Rules & Eligibility
- There is no entry fee required in order to participate.
- Each Masters level program in Student Affairs Administration, Counseling, or Higher Education will be allowed to enter as many teams as wish to compete. Each team shall consist of either three or four qualifying members.
- Each team member must be currently enrolled in a Masters level program in Student Affairs Administration, Counseling, or Higher Education and will be enrolled for the Spring 2023 term for a minimum of three credits.
- Team members must be from the same graduate program. There cannot be team members from different graduate programs on the same team. Each student may be a member of only one team.
- The case study competition does require a certain degree of commitment in order to complete.
- Teams should utilize relevant student affairs literature, where appropriate, for their presentation.
- By participating, each team agrees to allow their presentation to appear in on the StudentAffairs.com website and related internet properties.
***Upon submission, all entries become the property of StudentAffairs.com for qualified use in StudentAffairs.com-related activities***
- Registration Deadline: Monday, February 6, 2023
- Case study instructions emailed to all participants: Wednesday, February 8, 2023
- Submissions Due: Wednesday, March 8, 2023
- Winners Announced: Monday, March 20, 2023
All graduate students, by registering for the Virtual Case Study Competition, acknowledge they are matriculating in a Masters level program in student personnel administration, higher education, or counseling for at least three credits during the Spring 2023 semester. In addition, by submitting the registration form, each team member agrees to allow their final product to be used in the StudentAffairs.com website.