Graduate students, medical students, law students, and postdoctoral fellows are uniquely situated constituents on college and university campuses. Whether they are recent undergraduates going straight through or full time staff returning for a post-baccalaureate credential, the diversity among and range of needs of graduate students is vast.
In what ways should colleges and universities support, engage, and develop their graduate students?
Which campus departments or divisions should primarily serve graduate students and address their unique needs?
How should student affairs specifically think purposefully about their work in supporting students beyond their undergraduate years?