The College Student Affairs Journal

Sponsored by the Southern Association for College Student Affairs


Volume 30 #2, 2012

EDITORIAL COMMENTARY

Divergent Paths: Finding Place and Purpose in Higher Education as Student Affairs Professionals, Roland Mitchell

ARTICLES

1. Entering Student Affairs: A Comparative Study of Graduate School Choice, Norma Mertz, Ellen Eckman, and Terrell Strayhorn

2. Unchallenged, Professed Core Values: Do Undergraduate Fraternity/Sorority Members Actually Benefit in the Areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Friendship? Larry D. Long

3. A Qualitative Assessment of Internal Factors for Tattooing Among College Students, Luke M. Tse, Michael W. Firmin, Tammy Angelini, and Janna Foster

4. Self, College Experiences, and Society: Rethinking the Theoretical Foundations of Student Development Theory, Rachelle Winkle-Wagner

5. “Prompt and Equitable” Explained: How To Craft a Title IX Compliant Sexual Harassment Policy and Why it Matters, Jason A. Block

6. The Impact of an Institutional Black Male Leadership Initiative on Engagement and Persistence, Marco J. Barker and Jared C. Avery

BOOK REVIEW
Social Class on Campus: Theories and Manifestations, by Will Barratt Reviewed by Krista M. Soria

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