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