Special Guest IASAS Edition: Issues and Challenges in Student Affairs and Services Around the World

Kathleen Callahan, Chinedu Mba


The mission of the International Association of Student Affairs and Services (IASAS) is to serve “as a global advocate for students in higher education, student affairs and services practitioners, and the profession itself” (IASAS, 2017, para 3). It seems appropriate that the special edition of JSAA focuses on issues and challenges in student affairs and services around the world.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.24085/jsaa.v5i1.2477


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