GJCSA 2019

Dear colleagues,

The Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs (GJCSA) is excited to share the Fall 2019 edition is now available!  You will find this latest edition near the bottom of the page and on the Journal’s website.  GJCSA is committed to informing the work of student affairs professionals in Georgia.  In this edition, you’ll find scholarly articles/research on the following:

  1. From Collaborative to Collegial Communities: Transitioning from Student Affairs Practitioner to Faculty
  2. Relationship between Required Corequisite Learning and Success in College Algebra
  3. Understanding the Experiences of Provisionally Admitted Black Male College Students in the State of Georgia
  4. Pedagogical Approach to Developing the Hiring Practices of Higher Education Administrators
  5. Intentional Leadership for More Just Experiences: Supporting Black Males on College Campuses
  6. Book Review of Applying Student Development Theories Holistically: Exemplar Programming in Higher Education
  7. Book Review of Debunking the Myth of Job Fit in Higher Education and Student Affairs

The next edition of GJCSA will come out in Spring 2020.  Specifically, manuscripts are categorized by:

  • Scholarly Articles (Research, Conceptual & Literature Reviews)
  • Scholarship Informing Higher Education Graduate Preparatory Programs
  • Emerging Scholars – Graduate Student Scholarship
  • Book & Media Reviews

To be considered for publication in the Spring 2020 edition, manuscripts must be submitted by February 1, 2020.  For information and/or to submit manuscripts, click here.


Editor: Steven Tolman, Georgia Southern University
Associate Editors: Jamie L. Workman, Valdosta State University; Daniel Calhoun, Georgia Southern University
Assistant Editors: Jennifer Syno, Georgia Southern University; Ronald Harding, Coastal College of Georgia