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Journal of Student Affairs in Africa

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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 the JSAA Editors in collaboration with Stellenbosch University Library and Information Services and African Sun Media, South Africa. 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. 

Since 2017, JSAA is DHET-accredited in South Africa by the national Department of Higher Education and Training as a subsidy earning scholarly journal on the SA-list of accredited journals. JSAA is indexed and co-hosted by AJOL, DOAJ, and indexed by ERIC, BASE, WorldCat Libraries and Google Scholar. Scopus, Sherpa/Romeo, Infobase and other indexing service subscriptions are currently being pursued. 
 
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Other websites associated with this journal: www.jsaa.ac.za

Vol 6, No 2 (2018)

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Editorial: Towards student well‑being and quality services in student affairs in Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Thierry M. Luescher, Birgit Schreiber, Teboho Moja
Students’ attitudes and perceptions on xenophobia: A study of a University in Durban EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Olubunmi Damilola Akande, Hilary Jephat Musarurwa, Sylvia Blanche Kaye
Psychological health and optimism amongst unemployed graduates in Zimbabwe EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Julia Mutambara, Tinashe R. Makanyanga, Pilot Mudhovozi
First‑year college students’ emotional intelligence and help-seeking behaviours as correlates of their academic achievement EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Melese Astatke
Student satisfaction regarding sService quality at Ethiopian Public Higher Education Institutions: A case study EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Solomon L. Lodesso, Eldridge J. van Niekerk, Cecelia A. Jansen, Hélène Müller
Quality enhancement in student affairs and social justice: A reflective case study from South Africa EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Thierry M. Luescher
Who are our first‑year at‑risk humanities students? A reflection on a first‑year survey administered by the Wits faculty of humanities teaching and learning unit in 2015 and 2016 EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Genevieve Hundermark
Holistic health, disadvantage, higher education access and success: A reflection EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Angela A. Morris-Paxton, Johanna M. van Lingen, Diane Elkonin
IASAS‑NASPA: 4th Global Summit on Student Affairs and Services EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Tiki Ayiku, Lisa Bardill-Moscaritolo, Stephanie Gordon, Brett Perozzi, Birgit Schreiber
Campus report: SAFSAS Summit 2018: Looking back, looking forward: Understanding our space in and role in the new normal EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Saloschini Pillay, Birgit Schreiber, Sibusiso Chalufu
Mental health at Universities: Universities are not in loco parentis – Students are active partners in mental health EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Birgit Schreiber
Book review: Clarence, S. & Dyson, L. (Eds.). (2017). Writing Centres in Higher Education: Working in and across disciplines. Stellenbosch, South Africa: African Sun Media. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Annsilla Nyar
Book review: Jansen, J. (2017). As By Fire: The End of the South African University. Pretoria, South Africa: Tafelberg. EMAIL FREE FULL TEXT
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Vicki Trowler


ISSN: 2307-6267
AJOL African Journals Online