Academic and Student Affairs in Collaboration provides a comprehensive and evidenced-based understanding of the partnerships necessary to achieve an institutional culture devoted to student success. Chapter authors explore how to design, implement, and assess collaborative efforts between student and academic affairs in support of increased student success. This book provides best practices for fostering and enhancing campus dialogue, career development pathways, academic support services, and other important initiatives to increase retention and learning outcomes, improve motivation and goal attainment, and enhance institutional accountability. This book is a must-read for scholars, faculty, leaders, and practitioners in Student Affairs and Higher Education interested in achieving student success at their universities and colleges.
Taylor and Francis; June 2016
- ISBN 9781317430506
- Read online, or download in secure PDF or secure EPUB format
- Title: Academic and Student Affairs in Collaboration
- Author: Mitchell A. Levy (ed.); Bernard A. Polnariev (ed.)
In The Press
"Anytime you have college and university academic and student affairs working together, it will benefit student growth and development. This book provides avenues that have proven successful in that endeavor and is a valuable resource for higher education persons and institutions."
--Alan Seidman, Executive Director of the Center for the Study of College Student Retention and Editor of Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory & Practice
"This book provides helpful insights regarding collaborations for both academic and student affairs professionals."
--Candace M. Moore, Program Coordinator of EdD in Student Affairs Leadership, University of Georgia
About The Author
Mitchell A. Levy is a Higher Education consultant and Vice President of Student Affairs and Branch Campus Management at Atlantic Cape Community College, USA.
Bernard A. Polnariev is Administrative Executive Officer for Academic Affairs at CUNY LaGuardia Community College, USA.