College Student Affairs Leadership
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COLLEGE STUDENT AFFAIRS LEADERSHIP
New Visitation Days for 2014
Friday, February 21
Thursday, February 27
Friday, February 28
To find out more information about Visitation Days, click here.
2014-2015 CSAL Graduate Assistantship Openings Posted Here
Admission to the College of Education is done on a rolling basis. A decision is typically made about two weeks after the application is complete.
For information about the CSAL program and admission to the M.Ed. in the College of Education contact:
Dr. Jay Cooper
For information about graduate assistantships contact:
Director of Judicial and Special Programs
Assistant Vice Provost for Student Affairs
The College Student Affairs Leadership (CSAL) curriculum prepares students for professional positions in institutions of higher education in a variety of areas such as admissions, student orientation, housing, student life, academic advising, recreation, financial aid, multicultural affairs, career services, international affairs and judicial affairs.
Page last modified November 13, 2013