Stephen Schoonmaker President, College of the Ouachitas, Malvern Degrees: Bachelor of Art in sociology, University of Vermont; Master of Science in college student personnel administration, Western Illinois University; doctorate in educational administration with emphasis in community college leadership, New Mexico State University Start date: Jan.
What does CSPA stand for?
CSPA stands for College Student Personnel Administration (various universities)
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We have 76 other meanings of CSPA in our Acronym Attic
- Child Safety Protection Act
- Chinese Software Professionals Association
- Chinese Student Protection Act of 1992
- Christian School of Preforming Arts ( Baldwinsvill, NY childrens theater group)
- CINC's Strategic Priorities Assessment
- Citizen Soldier Protection Act of 2002
- Civil Service Pensioners' Alliance
- Client Server Production Acceptance
- Closing Single Price Auction
- College Sports Publishers Association
- College Student Personnel Association
- Colorado Surplus Property Agency (Colorado Department of Corrections)
- Columbia Scholastic Press Association
- Communicating Signal Processing Architecture
- Community Spouse Protected Amount
- Consumer Specialty Products Association
- Council of Sales Promotion Agencies
- Council of State Planning Agencies
- Columbia Scholastic Press Advisers Association (Columbia University)
- Connecticut State Police Academy Alumni Association, Inc.
Samples in periodicals archive:
Three years ago the association, under the leadership of Sandra Estanek, assistant professor and director of the master's program in college student personnel administration at Canisius College, and Michael James, then executive director of the Center for Catholic Education at Boston College, cochaired the project that developed the "Principles of Good Practice for Student Affairs at Catholic Colleges and Universities.
He holds a bachelor's degree in communications and public relations from Central, a master's in college student personnel administration from Western Washington University and a doctorate in educational leadership from Seattle University.