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Not ready to pursue a degree?

Interested in student affairs or looking for additional training? Not ready to pursue a degree program?

We offer several graduate-level certificates, delivered online through CSU Online for your convenience. Taught by our Student Affairs in Higher Education faculty, these certificates will help you build your skills in specific aspects of student affairs, giving you the knowledge you need for your current role, to move into a different role, or to change your career completely.

Working in pre-college access or postsecondary student support programs?

This new five-course, 15 credit series focuses on working in pre-college and/or college support services that help students who are socio-economically disadvantaged and traditionally underrepresented in higher education.

Interested in managing college auxiliary services?

This customizable six-course, 14-16 credit series will teach you how to design business solutions that enhance campus programs and services.

Interested in student affairs administration?

This four-course, 11 credit series is designed to build your skills and knowledge in designing programs that help college students realize their learning and development potential through on-campus experiences.

Looking for practical skills for managing crises?

This customizable five-course, 15 credit series is designed to equip you with practical skills needed to prepare for and manage crisis situations and to contribute to and shape crisis management plans.

  • Courses taught by scholar-practitioner faculty
  • 100% placement of graduates annually
  • Final portfolio showcases your professional competencies and self-reflection

Program Resources

Our graduate programs have slightly different application requirements. Get all the details for your application here.

There are a number of funding opportunities available for our graduate programs.

Learn how your graduate degree will lead to your next career.

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