Volume 2, Issue 4 (DECEMBER ISSUE 2021)                   johepal 2021, 2(4): 175-178 | Back to browse issues page


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Ludeman R B. Student Affairs and Services in Higher Education: Emerging from the 19th and 20th Centuries to the Present. johepal. 2021; 2 (4) :175-178
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  • Student Affairs and Services (SAS) in tertiary education.
  • Changes in the purpose of higher education from education of the elite to education of all who are qualified, regardless of one’s lot in life.
  • This article follows that progression and gives the reader an idea of what the SAS field does and how it is essential to student learning and success both as students and as graduates.
  • By providing essential services to students, they are enabled to progress through the maize of higher education.
  • By offering personal development programs that complement the more traditional classroom learning experiences, students are encouraged to grow and develop as human beings ready to assume roles as citizens in their ever changing communities and in settings around the world.
 
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/12/1 | Accepted: 2021/12/25 | Published: 2021/12/30

References
1. Ludeman, R. B. & Schreiber, B. (Eds.). (2020). Student Affairs and Services in Higher Education: Global Foundations, Issues, and Best Practices. (3rd. ed.). Berlin, Germany: International Association of Student Affairs and Services (IASAS) in cooperation with the Deutsches Studentenwerk (DSW) Publishers.
2. Ludeman, R. B., Perez-Encinas, A., Pillay, S., Skaggs, J. A., Strange, C. C. (2020). Basic principles, values, and beliefs that support an effective student affairs and services programme in higher education. In R. B. Ludeman, & B. Schreiber (Eds.), Student Affairs and Services in Higher Education: Global Foundations, Issues, and Best Practices. (3rd. ed.) (pp. 47-50). Berlin, Germany: International Association of Student Affairs and Services (IASAS) in cooperation with the Deutsches Studentenwerk (DSW) Publishers.

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