In this Issue
The College Student Affairs Journal publishes articles related to research, concepts, and practices that have implications for both practitioners and scholars in college student affairs work. As a national peer reviewed professional journal, The College Student Affairs Journal primarily seeks manuscripts which report original qualitative or quantitative research regarding topics of interest to student affairs practitioners, graduate students and faculty. In addition, however, general articles may include research reports, updates on professional issues, examinations of legal and policy issues, dialogues and debates, historical articles, literature reviews, opinion pieces, or projections of future trends.” The cover for the journal (which is the result of a contest among the membership) is attached. This is the only version I have; Brian or one of the Associate Editors may have it in a different format.
published bySouthern Association for College Student Affairs
viewing issueVolume 35, Number 2, Fall 2017
Table of Contents
- Academic Achievement Among Black Sororities: Myth or Reality?
- pp. 131-139
- DOI: 10.1353/csj.2017.0018
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