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Student Affairs 101 is a conversation between undergraduate and graduate students, faculty, and student affairs professionals about the values and practice of student development work. 

 

CONFERENCE GOALS

The conference offers opportunities for participants to attend workshop sessions, network with graduate school representatives, participate in a lunchtime roundtable discussion with current graduate students, and learn about research being conducted within the field of student affairs. All of these opportunities are rooted in learning outcomes constructed specifically for the conference with input from students, faculty, student affairs professionals, and the ACPA/NASPA professional Competency Areas for Student Affairs Practitioners (2010). 

 

CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

This conference is open to all student affairs professionals, current graduate students, and undergraduate leaders who may be interested in student affairs.  The conference registration form and $25 registration fee are due by Friday, October 18th.  If mailing payment, please make checks payable to CSP Foundation and send to:

College Student Personnel
Attn: Jill Bisbee
Western Illinois University
1 University Circle
Horrabin Hall 115
Macomb, IL 61455

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Student Affairs 101 will be held on Friday, October 25, 2013 from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Click on the link for details.

 

CALL FOR PROGRAMS

We are looking for a diverse group of presenters including those from differing institutional types and functional areas. We welcome proposals from experienced professionals, new professionals, and graduate students. Learning outcomes for the conference have been developed to help presenters and participants engage in substantive conversations. Click on the link for the Call for Programs submission form.

 

Submissions are due by September 9, 2013 and will be accepted by mail or e-mail. All individuals who submit a program will be notified of their status by Monday, September 23,2013.

 

LODGING AND TRANSPORTATION

Western Illinois University's residential campus is located in Macomb, Illinois, at the hub of Highways 67 (north-south) and 136 (east-west). Transportation, lodging, and parking information is available for conference attendees. (If traveling by Amtrak, a shuttle to the Union Hotel will be available.  Advanced shuttle reservations are required.)

 

MAP OF CAMPUS

Student Affairs 101 will be held in Horrabin Hall at Western Illinois University. Please note that a parking map is included in campus map. A metered parking lot available near the building.

 

GRADUATE SCHOOL FAIR REGISTRATION  

Student Affairs: Higher Education Graduate Programs are invited to distribute information and network with interested students at the Graduate Fair from 2:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. The Graduate Fair provides an opportunity for programs to inform students, share helpful information that may aid in the graduate school search process, and network with potential candidates. Please consider participating or sending materials for distribution. Registration forms are due by October 7, 2013 and will be accepted by mail or e-mail.Send materials to

       College Student Personnel Program
Attn: Jill Bisbee
       Western Illinois University
       1 University Circle
       Horrabin Hall 115
       Macomb, IL 61455

 

CONFERENCE QUESTIONS

Please direct any questions regarding Student Affairs 101 to the WIU CSP program via e-mail (csp@wiu.edu) or telephone               (309) 298-1183.