Preparing New Professionals in Studnet Affairs: A Supervisory Model to Maximize Graduate Student Success
Effective preparation for graduate students pursuing work in the field of college student affairs most often includes both a formal classroom experience as well as a supervised practical experience, such as internships or graduate assistantships (Council for the Advancement of Standards in Higher Education, 2012). A formal classroom experience typically consists of specific learning outcomes, regular and structured class meetings, and educational experiences designed by the instructor. This experience is vital to graduate student growth of and development but is insufficient in preparing them for the real-world experiences they will soon face. Although supervised experiences have historically been a required component of preparation programs’ curricula (McEwen & Talbot, 1977), strategically designed and executed supervised experiences are vital in preparing new professionals to thrive within the rapidly changing landscape of higher education.
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Romsa, Bryan and Romsa, Katelyn, "Preparing New Professionals in Studnet Affairs: A Supervisory Model to Maximize Graduate Student Success" (2016). Counseling and Human Development Faculty Publications. 37.