By Donna Hardy Cox, C. Carney Strange
Hardy Cox and unusual commence with an summary of scholar companies facing the matriculation of post-secondary scholars - via enrolment administration, monetary information, and orientation to the establishment and lodging - after which speak about housing and place of abode existence, pupil management courses, structures of judicial and educational integrity, and pupil help and adjustment via counselling, overall healthiness and health projects, occupation and employment suggestion, and various prone which could reply to a number of wishes.
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Change of career choice or dissolution of a relationship) in order to construct a more satisfactory life structure to carry one through completion of this particular era. The import of this lifespan view of human development is that individuals often seek formal educational opportunities during periods of transition in their lives, whether in anticipation of an impending transition, in the midst of a transition, or at the point of completing a transition. This connection between learning and living has been institutionalized in our culture for the transition between Childhood and Adolescence and Young Adulthood.
Evidence of this status is perhaps best reflected in the work of its professional associations, most particularly the Canadian Association of College and University Student Services (CACUSS). The achievements of this broad-based group offer a useful measure of the field’s activities to date. In their Maturation Model for Professional Associations, Johnson and Stamatakos (1991) proposed that the maturation of a professional association can be examined through six variables: (a) organizational structure, (b) ethics and standards, (c) membership, (d) public relations, (e) fiscal policies, and (f) services and publications.
Dr Peggy Patterson Professor, Higher Education Leadership University of Calgary, Alberta CACUSS President 1992–94 Preface In recent decades, the degree of professionalization has significantly increased in those student services personnel who support student success in Canadian higher education. In terms of both standards for staff performance and expansion of the knowledge base and understanding required to support its work on campus, the student services field has emerged as a primary contributor to the quality and outcome of the Canadian post-secondary experience.
Achieving Student Success. Effective Student Services in Canadian Higher Education by Donna Hardy Cox, C. Carney Strange