• What's Your Why #ACPAWhatsYourWhy

    “What’s Your WHY?”

    Everyone has a reason for WHY we are in this field. From graduate students to new professionals and mid-managers to Directors, Senior Student Affairs Officers, to faculty members in graduate preparation programs, provosts, and presidents, whether you have been in this field for two months or forty-five years, the WHY is our passion, our devotion, and our vocation.

    The world needs you to share, “What’s Your WHY?” Whether a single word, or a few statements of reflection and purpose, the field of Higher Education and Student Affairs needs your perspective…and ACPA is ready to send this wealth of passion for our work to your colleagues and potential colleagues worldwide!

    Submit your “What’s Your WHY?” reflections via email NOW through October 28th to Tim Arth, tarth@acpa.nche.edu and you will be entered into a drawing to receive one full year of ACPA Membership for you and four other individuals.

    As October approaches, consider…

    #ACPAWhatsYourWHY

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