College Student Personnel program

College Student Personnel: Student Affairs

The College Student Personnel: Student Affairs track serves the educational and logistical needs of soon-to-be or recently graduated undergraduate students like you who are excited about learning more about student affairs and are interested in getting a variety hands-on experience in the field.

  • CSP: Student Affairs is designed for recent college graduates whose student affairs experiences have primarily been built while being an undergraduate student.
  • This is a 48-credit, high-residency, full-time graduate school option based on the WIU-Macomb.
  • The curriculum meets CAS standards, the most comprehensive and rigorous graduate preparation program standards within higher education.
  • This track provides classroom and professional experiences needed to enter and advance in the field of student affairs.
  • A theory-to-practice model means that you have a space and place to apply your classroom learning facilitated through your full-time assistantship and practicum experiences –  required components of the this track.
  • Assistantships, practicums, and summer internship opportunities provide you up to five hands-on training experiences during the two years of the program.
  • In small cohorts of 22-25 students, you and your colleagues will learn, work, and support each other as students and student affair professionals.
  • The CSP program was established in 1970 and has graduated approximately 1000 alumni! We have a 100% post-graduation placement rating.
  • As the culminating experience for the CSP: Student Affairs program, you will put together a portfolio that is representative of your knowledge, growth, and professional development throughout your graduate school experience.
  • The Priority Application deadline for the CSP: Student Affairs program is January 5th. After that date, applications are considered on a space-available basis. Click here for the application timeline.

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