Volume 18, Issue 1

A Letter from the Editors–Michelle Boettcher & Reyes Luna

Hello ACPA, We begin 2021 with hopes of healing and communal dedication to building something better. We acknowledge that we ...
Read More

A Letter from the Executive Director–Chris Moody

Until the last several months, I never remembered my dreams or nightmares after I woke. I was always jealous of ...
Read More

A Letter from the President–Vernon A. Wall

Greetings from Washington, DC! Since I began my presidency in March of 2020, I have developed a daily morning ritual.  ...
Read More

You Submitted a Book Proposal, Now What?– Mimi Benjamin & Jody Jessup-Anger

You Submitted a Book Proposal, Now What? In our last Developments article, we discussed considerations you should think about before ...
Read More

Professional Competencies for Student Affairs Educators: Reflections During a Pandemic–Ann M. Gansemer-Topf, Terah J. Stewart, Rachel A. Smith, Michael G. Brown, and Robert D. Reason

Ann M. Gansemer-Topf, Terah J. Stewart, Rachel A. Smith, Michael G. Brown, and Robert D. Reason Iowa State University Author ...
Read More

Implementing a Third Party Online Tutoring Component On Campus–Dr. Mike Hoffshire

Dr. Mike Hoffshire Director, Student Engagement & Academic Success | Saint Mary’s College of California, Moraga, California Introduction Given the ...
Read More

2020: The Year of Rewirement–QuiAnne’ S. Holmes

QuiAnne’ S. Holmes Student Affairs and higher education pride themselves on being the integral pillars of students’ overall development.  Institutions ...
Read More

My Chair Sits Empty: Lost Relationships During a Global Pandemic–Margaret Reitz, PhD

Margaret Reitz, PhD Associate Director in Residence Life, SUNY Geneseo We all know that connecting in a coronavirus world is ...
Read More

Hindsight is 2020: Reflections and Lessons Learned on our Work–Fred M. Tugas and Joslyn DiRamio Bedell

Fred M. Tugas Assistant Director, Student Leadership & Engagement Virginia Commonwealth University Joslyn DiRamio Bedell Special Assistant to the Senior ...
Read More

Holistically Identifying and Supporting College Student Grief and Trauma During a Global Pandemic and Beyond–Mary Alice Varga

Mary Alice Varga University of West Georgia Everyone Grieves Differently: A Holistic Perspective to Identifying and Supporting College Student Grief ...
Read More

Helping Students Ask for Help: A Review of Academic Help-Seeking and Recommendations for Student Affairs Professionals–Jacqueline von Spiegel

Jacqueline von Spiegel Program Manager for the Dennis Learning Center, Ohio State University To be successful in college, students often ...
Read More

Good-Bye 2020 and Thanks for the Memories: Lessons Learned by Two HESA Faculty Program Coordinators–Christina W. Yao and Leslie Jo (LJ) Shelton

Christina W. Yao, Ph.D. University of South Carolina Leslie Jo (LJ) Shelton, Ph.D. University of Arkansas The year 2020 started ...
Read More