Chronicle of Higher Education- A source of news, job postings, and blogs about student affairs and academic affairs at American colleges and universities. You can subscribe to daily and/or weekly emails that deliver the top stories to you directly.
Inside Higher Ed - News, blogs, and career advice that covers student affairs and academic affairs in higher education.
American College Personnel Association (ACPA) Career Central - A year-round job search portal. C2 allows job seekers to post resumes and search open positions at any time and at no cost.
StudentAffairs.com - Search open positions in student affairs by state and position description.
HigherEdJobs.com - Search jobs by location and category.
NASPA Graduate Program Directory - National Association of Student Personnel Administrators' (NASPA) comprehensive directory of higher education/student affairs graduate programs. You can search by institution, location, school size, degree options, and various other categories. If you are looking for a school with a required assistantship to pay for your classes this would be a great place to start.
ACPA Directory of Graduate Programs - ACPA's list of student affairs graduate programs. Click on a school's link to open a page with descriptions, program opportunities, program missions, application requirements, student demographics, and other details.
GradSchools.com - GradSchools.com is a comprehensive database of graduate schools for all studies. Its student affairs category contains 156 colleges and universities.
CSPA-NY- College Student Personnel Association of New York. State organization with memberships available to professional staff and graduate students. CSPA-NY runs large confereces, small drive-in conferences, RD2B conferences, and other professional development opportunities.
NASPA- NASPA is a large national organization with memberships available to institutions, professionals, graduate, and iundergraduate students. NASPA offers conferences, publications, webinars, and various professional development opportunities. You will typically find more high level professionals involved with NASPA, but is open to everyone.
ACPA - ACPA is also a large national organization with memberships available to institutions, professionals, graduate, and undergraduate students. ACPA offers conferences, publications, webinars, and various professional development opportunities. You will typically find more entry level professionals involved with ACPA, but is open to everyone.