New perspectives for student affairs professionals: evolving realities, responsibilities and roles
Peter H. Garland, Thomas W. Grace, ERIC Clearinghouse on Higher Education, Association for the Study of Higher Education
School of Education and Human Development, George Washington University, Nov 14, 1993 - Education - 138 pages
Explores the evolving role of student affairs in our changing society, the growing accountability of higher education, the changing student clientele, and new institutional strategies. Looks at the new "integrator" role and the challenges facing student affairs professionals.
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