The University of Georgia CSAA-D program offers a rigorous innovative curriculum for those professionals looking to expand their knowledge of the student affairs field.  Our students have a variety of experiences and backgrounds and come to us from across the United States.  We are proud of our program’s collegial atmosphere which fosters caring and supportive relationships among our faculty, staff, and students.  Already this year we have celebrated individual and faculty milestones as well as welcomed a new doctoral cohort to the program.

We welcome you to learn more about the CSAA-D program by visiting our official website.  There you can find out specifics about deadlines, admissions requirements, and program expectations that may help you decide if the University of Georgia is a good fit for you.  We also invite you to stay in touch with the latest news, developments, and announcements from our program by visiting this blog on a regular basis.

Quick Facts about CSAA:

  • Small incoming class sizes
  • “Community of Practice” model
  • Six- Step Process to Program Completion
There are six steps to completing the CSAA doctoral process. The first two are for publishable paper, second two for comprehensive exams, and remaining two are for dissertation prospectus and defense/ completion. Together, these steps spell out D-O-C-T-O-R.