Students in the Student Affairs in Higher Education program are required to produce a portfolio at the end of the experience. The portfolio is the culminating academic work demonstrating development as a practitioner-scholar through the lens of the 10 Professional Competency Areas as developed by ACPA and NASPA. Students will learn more about the development of the portfolio through classroom experiences, but will find the information below helpful throughout the process.

Portfolio Reflections As Research An overview of the autoethnographic portfolio process

Portfolio Guidelines 2019 2019-2021 cohort residential students

Portfolio Guidelines 2018 All current online students and 2018-2020 cohort residential students

Professional Competencies Grid Drawn from the ACPA/NASPA Professional Competency Areas for use specifically in the SAHE portfolio writing process–current online and residential students

Professional Competency Areas For Student Affairs Educators ACPA/NASPA full report

Planning Your Final Portfolio Presentation Includes checklist of required portfolio elements

Portfolio Guidelines Online students who began the program prior to 2017

Professional Competencies Online students who began the program prior to 2017

Portfolio Rubric

Portfolio Rating Sheet

Graduate School Resources

The Graduate School has several deadlines and forms that are essential for timely graduation. Here are some quick links to the Graduate School website: