2018 NASPA Annual Conference

Case Study Competition

The Case Study Competition is an opportunity for graduate students to showcase skills and knowledge of the field of Student Affairs. Graduate students can form a team to participate on-site at the Annual Conference.  Participants will review and analyze a case study prior to attending and present findings at the Annual Conference. This includes a review of ethical, moral, and additional decisions as part of the decision making. Teams include 2-3 graduate students that fall into one of two categories.

Category 1: 2-3 person team. At least one member has to be a first year master’s student. These teams will compete on Sunday, March 4.

Category2: 2-3 person team. All member must be second year or more master’s students. These teams will complete on Monday, March 5.

Each team will analyze, evaluate, and provide solutions to a thought provoking case relevant to the field of Student Affairs to a panel of judges that is representative of student affairs practitioners, faculty, and past case competition winners.

There will be a limited number of teams:

  • Six first year master’s teams
  • Eight second year/advanced master’s teams

Registration and sign-up information will be available soon! 

Additional registration required

Sunday, March 4
9:00 am to 2:00 pm

Monday, March 5
9:00 am to 2:00 am