About ISAA

In 1992, Indiana College Personnel Association ceased operations, and for 9 years no formal meeting of Indiana student affairs professionals existed. In 2002, another statewide organization was founded under the name of the Indiana Student Affairs Association (ISAA). The association was formed with the simple goal of bringing together student affairs professionals from across the state once a year for a fall meeting. The meeting gives individuals an opportunity for professional development, to discuss and learn about trends in higher education and student development especially as it pertains to our state, and to increase collaboration and innovation of new approaches to student services and learning through networking and focus groups. Check out our attendee breakdown from our 2015 conference...

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Program Content

You'll love what we're working on for the 2016 Conference! Check out a few of last years topics...

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Call For Programs

With the continued goal of raising the level of the educational experience, we are seeking professionals, faculty, and graduate students to contribute their skills, expertise, and knowledge. Will you join our effort in Forecasting Student Affairs: Impacting Campus Climate? Click the "Call for Programs" button at the top of this page for the proposal guidelines and link to submission.

Our Attendees
Expect a high-level, engaging, and thought-provoking experience.
Our Programs
Support progressive, innovative and forward thinking.
Our Presenters
Have resumes that reflect the diverse experience and knowledge base of our membership

Latest News

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ISAA 2016: Grad & Doctoral Student Opportunities!

ISAA Research Grant: Interested in doing professional research? ISAA is providing the opportunity for Student Affairs professionals to complete sponsored research in the areas of campus climate, diversity, supporting student retention/persistence, promoting professional development in student affairs, and enhancing students’ social or multicultural capital. Check out the ISAA Research Grant Proposal form HERE for additional details. Deadline […]

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Greetings from the ISAA Conference Committee, This year the Indiana Student Affairs Association (ISAA) Annual Conference is scheduled to take place at the University of Indianapolis on Tuesday, October 18, 2016. We are specifically looking for programs that focus on the following “Hot Topics in Higher Ed”: Title IX Compliance Legal Issues in Higher Education Fundraising […]

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2016 Conference Theme

Drumroll please……. After much conversation by the planing committee, we are excited to announce that the 2016 Conference theme will be Forecasting Student Affairs: Impacting Campus Climate. The marketing subcommittee is excited to utilize this theme to incorporate some fun into this years outreach, so please follow us on Twitter for updates and opportunities to win great prizes and […]

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2015 Conference Attendees
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