Student Affairs

Webinars - New pricing structure!

Updated PricingIn response to the needs of professionals during the ongoing COVID-19 crisis, has restructured and reduced its Webinar pricing. Beginning immediately, we will be offering 60 days of unlimited replays with every upcoming full-priced Webinar.  The new price, that will include the 60 days of replays, will be only $150.  We are also slashing our archived webinar's one-time replay price from $108 to only $50.  When purchasing an archived webinar it will include 2 weeks of unlimited views so can it be shared with staff.


Upcoming Webinars ›

Webinar Replays ›

Best Practices for Managing Departmental Social Media Accounts Erin Hensley This webinar examines best practices for effective social media management while also providing you with tangible skills that you can bring back to your institution and implement immediately. Being an Introverted Student Affairs Professional Dr. Marcelle Holmes The aims of this webinar are to educate audience members about the trait of introversion, dispel myths, discuss the benefits of an introverted style, and provide audience members with concrete tools. Social Media and Mental Health: How Student Affairs Professionals Can Help Dr. Aaron Hughey This webinar will provide evidence-based best practices and related information and insights that can be used immediately to respond more effectively and efficiently to the needs of students who are experiencing emotional and mental health challenges due to their extensive involvement with social media. Strategies for Student Affairs Professional Staff Supervision Scott Burden & Chelsea Gilbert During this webinar, we aim to provide examples of effective supervision models for student affairs practitioners that take identity and power into account, while providing participants with multiple opportunities to reflect on potential applications for their own supervisory practice. Working Together to Protect Each Other Jenn Longa This webinar will discuss bystander intervention programming not only for sexual assault, but to teach our students how to step in when confronted with a variety of problem situations. Supervising Former Peers in Higher Education: Challenges & Opportunities Dr. Aaron Hughey