The New York Journal of Student Affairs: The Journal of the College Student Personnel Association of New York State (NYJSA) publishes peer reviewed and open source scholarship that addresses contemporary issues relevant to higher education and the practice of student affairs professionals.
The journal has maintained a consistent mission of being a place for both scholars and practitioners to publish new ideas and best practices that inform the fields of student affairs and higher education. We seek reviewers from a variety of backgrounds who can bring diverse perspectives and expertise to the review process.
To that end, NYJSA has a developmental philosophy and has strived to engage experienced and new authors in the peer reviewed publishing process, to affirm their work, provide constructive feedback, and worked to move their piece to publication, often becoming a place for first time publications. We believe in this mission and believe that there should be a journal that is accessible for all.
Submissions for the Journal – Submissions are accepted continuously (no fixed submission deadlines).
Publishing Schedule – The NYJSA publishing year is January 1–December 31. The online format allows for continuous publishing within the publishing year. Accepted manuscripts will be published online upon completion of the full review process for acceptance.
Journal Host Institution - NYJSA is hosted by Stony Brook University's Higher Education Administration Program and provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Journal Host Organization - The College Student Personnel Association of New York State, is a comprehensive professional student affairs organization dedicated to fostering the development of members; a diverse community of educators, students, and scholars within higher education. It provides professional development programs and networking opportunities for graduate students, new professionals, and mid-level managers in higher education in New York State, and strategically partners with resources to deliver on this promise. Strategic partners and resources include senior student affairs leaders, faculty in higher education, prior CSPA-NYS Board members, business leaders, companies, and other student affairs related organizations. For more information about the journal’s host organization, follow this link to the College Student Personnel Association of New York State.
Contact - Feel free to email the New York Journal of Student Affairs with questions or concerns.
Volume 20, Issue 1 (2020)
Stress Management and Coping Strategies in Undergraduate Students at a Midwestern State University
Megan Scribner, Pietro Sasso, and Laurel Puchner
Campus Apartment Architecture Style and Likelihood to Graduate
Newman Chun Wai Wong, Michael T. Mills, and Isabel Araiza
Can Self-determination Theory be Used to Increase College Student Retention?
Agnieszka Zak-Moskal and Mark J. Garrison
Which Role Shall I Perform? The Doctoral Experience of Women
Aviva Vincent, Megan Weber, and Danielle Sabo
People Look at You a Little Bit Differently: Self-authorship and the Homegoing Experiences of First-Generation College Students of Color
Michelle Boettcher, Stacy Dillard, Kimbell Dobbins, Keenan Jones, Nick Lang, Hailey Palmer, Esther Philip, Kierra Richmond, Dylan Wilkes, and Wen Xi
A Hierarchy of Environmental Design for Latin* Men at PWIs
Hermen Díaz III