Part One: Historical, Theoretical, and Philosophical Foundations.
1 Examining Institutional Missions.
2 Putting Student Development in Context.
3 How Campus Environments Influence Student Outcomes.
4 The Role of Student Affairs in the Learning Process.
Part Two: Understanding Key Student Outcomes.
5 Self–Aware and Interpersonally Sensitive Individual.
6 Democratic Citizen.
7 Educated Person.
8 Skilled Worker.
9 Life Skills Manager.
Part Three: Where We Go from Here.
10 Recommendations for Practice.
11 Recommendations for Further Research.
Nancy J. Evans is professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Iowa State University and coauthor of Student Development in College (Jossey–Bass).
John H. Schuh is professor of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Iowa State University and coauthor of numerous publications and books including Assessment in Student Affairs, Advising Student Groups and Organizations, and Involving Colleges, all from Jossey–Bass.