The Division of Student Affairs enjoys a successful partnership with the Wright State Student Affairs in Higher Education (SAHE) master’s degree program, which is housed in the Department of Leadership Studies in Education and Organizations in the College of Education and Human Services.
The primary connecting points between Student Affairs and the SAHE program are:
- Graduate Assistantships: Student Affairs provides graduate assistantships, internships, and practicum opportunities to students in the SAHE program
- Graduate Assistantship Matching Process: The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs coordinates the graduate assistantship matching process. Students who are accepted in the SAHE program are invited to interview for available graduate assistantship positions. They are then matched according to their preferences and the preferences of the interviewing departments.
- Classroom Experiences: Student Affairs staff contribute to the classroom experience through course instruction and presentations.
- Networking and Professional Development: Student Affairs connects SAHE students to professional development and networking resources.
To learn more about the SAHE program, visit the Student Affairs in Higher Education master’s degree program webpage.