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Journal of Student Affairs in Africa

Journal of Student Affairs in Africa


The Journal of Student Affairs in Africa (JSAA) is an independent, peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary, open-access academic journal that publishes scholarly research and reflective discussions about the theory and practice of student affairs in Africa.

JSAA aims to contribute to the professionalization of student affairs in African higher education. It strives to be the foremost academic journal dealing with the theory and practice of the student affairs domain in universities on the African continent, and an indispensable resource for the executive leadership of universities and colleges dealing with student affairs, deans of students and other senior student affairs professionals, as well as institutional researchers and academics and students focused on the field of higher education studies and student affairs.

JSAA is published twice a year by African Minds in collaboration with the University of the Western Cape Library e-Publications. The editorial and peer review policy adheres to the Code of Best Practice in Editorial Discretion and Peer Review for South African Scholarly Journals (Academy of Sciences of SA Council, 2008).

JSAA is published online and in print. Authors publish free of charge; there are no processing or page fees.

http://www.jsaa.ac.za/index.php/JSAA#.UxBXKU0aKUk

 


 

JSAA Editorial Executive

Prof Teboho Moja,New York University (Editor-in-Chief)

Dr Martin Mandew, Durban University of Technology

Distinguished Prof John Schuh, Emeritus,Iowa State University

Dr Birgit Schreiber,University of the Western Cape, RSA (Book Review Editor)

Prof Gerald Wangenge-Ouma,University of Pretoria

Dr Thierry Luescher-Mamashela, University of the Western Cape and CHET (Journal Manager)

JSAA International Editorial Advisory Board

Prof Cecile Bodibe, Empowaworx

Dr John Butler-Adam, Editor-in-Chief: SA Journal of Science

Dr Tom Ellett, Senior Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, New York University

Prof Magda Fourie-Malherbe, University of Stellenbosch

Dr Manja Klemen?i?, Graduate School of Education, Harvard University

Prof Patrício Langa, Universidade Eduardo Mondlane

Prof. Christina Lunceford, Bowling Green State University

Dr Llewelyn MacMaster, University of Stellenbosch

Prof Daniel Mkude,University of Dar es Salaam

Prof Dawn Person,California State University Fullerton

Prof Vincent Tinto, Syracuse University

Prof Nan Yeld, University of Cape Town

Prof Lullu Tshiwula,University of the Western Cape (Journal Patron)