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Learn skills in human development, interpersonal facilitation, group leadership, assessment, and administrative principles. Our graduates become leaders in higher education institutions, putting these skills to use with college students.

We base the structure of this program on our belief that higher education should focus on assisting students' intellectual, psychosocial, and ethical growth. You will have the opportunity to work with six full-time and three adjunct faculty members who all have served as administrators in the field of student affairs.

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    402 Aderhold Hall
    110 Carlton Street
    Athens, Georgia 30602
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Students learn skills in human development, interpersonal facilitation, group leadership, assessment, and administrative principles. Our graduates become leaders in higher education institutions, putting these skills to use with college students.

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CHDS professor receives 2015 Ted K. Miller Award for Excellence from SACSA

November 13, 2015
Laura Dean recently received the Ted K. Miller Award for Excellence from SACSA for her outstanding accomplishments in advancing standards of practice in educational programs and services in higher education.

Alumna featured on Time.com discussion of race

August 25, 2014
UGA alumna Courtney Jones-Stevens (AB '10, MEd '13), who has a UGA master's degree in student affairs administration, takes part in an online discussion on the cultural relationship between white gay men and black women on Time.com.

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