Welcome to the Higher Education and Student Affairs Program
Earn your Master of Arts degree in this 36-credit program alongside a small cohort of students. Apply by Dec. 1 for Fall 2024 enrollment.
Current HESA Students
The Higher Education and Student Affairs Master’s Program students come from across the country, from Texas to California to Connecticut.
About the Program
The focus of our master’s program is to develop reflective practitioners in student affairs. The courses and experiences are diverse and reflect the best of contemporary student affairs practice.
Applications to the Higher Education and Student Affairs Master’s Program at UConn’s Neag School are due each year by Dec. 1. Applications for Fall 2024 are now open.
“We aim to deepen our understanding of diversity, equity and inclusion through courses and practical experiences.”
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Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statement
Explore in detail the ways in which HESA aims to create a learning environment that develops inclusive practitioners.