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ACHEA Association of Caribbean Higher Education Administrators Second Annual Conference THE CHALLENGE OF QUALITY FOR THE HIGHER EDUCATION ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONAL July 12, 2002. STUDENT AND ACADEMIC AFFAIRS IN PARTNERSHIP Presented by Dr. Patricia A. Spradley.

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ACHEA Conference July 2002

‘The Challenge Of Quality for the Higher Education Administrative Professional.’

ACHEAAssociation of CaribbeanHigher Education AdministratorsSecond Annual ConferenceTHE CHALLENGE OF QUALITY FOR THE HIGHER EDUCATION ADMINISTRATIVE PROFESSIONALJuly 12, 2002

STUDENT AND ACADEMIC

AFFAIRS IN PARTNERSHIP

Presented by

Dr. Patricia A. Spradley

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ACHEA Conference July 2002

‘The Challenge Of Quality for the Higher Education Administrative Professional.’

“All parts of campus life – recruitment, orientation, curriculum, teaching, residence hall living, and the rest – must relate to one another and contribute to a sense of wholeness.”Ernest Boyer 1987

brief history of student affairs
ACHEA Conference July 2002

‘The Challenge Of Quality for the Higher Education Administrative Professional.’

Brief History of Student Affairs
  • Colonial Colleges
  • Student affairs – American higher education invention
  • Accommodating increasing student populations
  • Change in focus from curricular matters
purpose and role of student affairs
ACHEA Conference July 2002

‘The Challenge Of Quality for the Higher Education Administrative Professional.’

Purpose and Roleof Student Affairs
  • Holistic student development
  • Structure student-centered environments
  • High expectations for student learning
  • Expand teaching and learning in and out-of-class
  • Provide services and programs
learning outcomes
ACHEA Conference July 2002

‘The Challenge Of Quality for the Higher Education Administrative Professional.’

Learning Outcomes
  • Cognitive Skills
  • Interpersonal skills
  • Organizational skills
  • Self-discipline
  • Self-understanding
partnerships why are they so important
ACHEA Conference July 2002

‘The Challenge Of Quality for the Higher Education Administrative Professional.’

Partnerships …Why are they so important
  • Commitment to a common goal
  • Recognition of roles
  • Understanding of student success
  • Advance student learning
  • Improve student retention
  • Improve total college experience
  • Create learning communities
common issues in student and academic affairs
ACHEA Conference July 2002

‘The Challenge Of Quality for the Higher Education Administrative Professional.’

Common Issues in Studentand Academic Affairs
  • Assessment
  • Technology
  • Changing student populations
  • Student Retention
  • General Education
principles of good practice for student affairs
ACHEA Conference July 2002

‘The Challenge Of Quality for the Higher Education Administrative Professional.’

Principles of Good Practicefor Student Affairs
  • Active learning
  • Coherent values and ethical standards
  • Communicate high expectations
  • Systematic inquiry
  • Efficient effective use of resources
  • Build supportive, inclusive communities
  • Forge educational partnerships
student and academic affairs in collaboration
ACHEA Conference July 2002

‘The Challenge Of Quality for the Higher Education Administrative Professional.’

Student and Academic Affairsin Collaboration

Three Categories

  • Structural Collaborations
  • Curricular Partnerships
  • Programmatic Activities
structural collaboration
ACHEA Conference July 2002

‘The Challenge Of Quality for the Higher Education Administrative Professional.’

Structural Collaboration
  • Shape institutional vision and mission
  • Develop joint planning teams
  • Evaluate institution’s organizational structure
  • Support students through services and programs
curricular partnerships
ACHEA Conference July 2002

‘The Challenge Of Quality for the Higher Education Administrative Professional.’

Curricular Partnerships
  • Work together to develop curriculum
  • Service learning
  • Co-teach courses
  • Create learning communities
  • Integrate student learning styles in pedagogy
  • Link in and out-of-class programs
programmatic activities
ACHEA Conference July 2002

‘The Challenge Of Quality for the Higher Education Administrative Professional.’

Programmatic Activities
  • Student Orientation
  • Faculty/staff orientation for first year
  • First Year Experience Course
  • Interest groups/faculty fellows
  • Student activities, clubs, and organizations
  • Programmatic activities assessment
strategies to promote student and academic affairs collaborations
ACHEA Conference July 2002

‘The Challenge Of Quality for the Higher Education Administrative Professional.’

Strategies to Promote Student andAcademic Affairs Collaborations
  • Generate enthusiasm for institutional renewal
  • Create “seamless learning environments”
  • Foster cross-functional dialogue
  • Develop common perspectives on student learning
  • Promote college-wide understanding of goals for student development
  • Use outcomes assessment as an opportunity
  • Focus on systematic change
collaboration challenges
ACHEA Conference July 2002

‘The Challenge Of Quality for the Higher Education Administrative Professional.’

Collaboration Challenges
  • Implementing seamless learning environments
  • Responding to students’ academic and environmental barriers
  • Structured opportunities to work cohesively
  • Time constraints
  • Institutional re-evaluation of organizational culture
  • Respect for one another in collaborative efforts
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ACHEA Conference July 2002

‘The Challenge Of Quality for the Higher Education Administrative Professional.’

Recommendations

  • Training in student affairs, student personnel administration, graduate and post graduate work
  • Find new ways to work together
  • Facilitate value-added linkages between students’ in and out-of-class experiences
  • Design complementary activities, services, and practices
  • Emphasize college-wide importance for collaborative partnerships