The College Student Affairs Leadership (CSAL) curriculum prepares students for professional positions in institutions of higher education in a variety of areas such as admissions, student orientation, housing, student life, academic advising, recreation, financial aid, multicultural affairs, career services, international affairs and judicial affairs.


2014 ACPA Award Recipients

Congratulations to Lindsay Greyerbiehl and Kyle Martin on their awards they received while attending the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) Conference in March 2014!

Lindsay received the Outstanding Master's Student Award, Standing Committee for Graduate Student and New Professionals.

Kyle received the Outstanding Graduate Student/New Professional, Standing Committee of Men and Masculinity.


Advising Guidebook for Graduate Students

Advising Guidebook for Graduate Students

January 07, 2015

The document is available online as an interactive PDF with live links to resources on campus to assist you throughout your graduate career. Please follow the link to view the Advising Guidebook for Graduate Students.

Alumni Named NASPA Region IV E New Professional of the Year

Alumni Named NASPA Region IV E New Professional of the Year

November 04, 2014

Congratulations to Eboni Turnbow, CSAL '12

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The Student Affairs Grad Fund provides scholarship and professional development opportunities to students in the College Student Affairs Leadership program.

For information about the CSAL program and admission to the M.Ed. in the College of Education contact:

Dr. Jay Cooper
Program coordinator of M.Ed. in Higher Education programs 
Associate Professor of Education

For information about graduate assistantships contact:

Dr. Aaron Haight
Assistant Dean of Students