Do you have an undergrad or graduate student interested in a career in student affairs? Did you know the number one way professionals get into student affairs is through influences and interactions with student affairs professionals during their educational experiences?  The CPAC Careers in Student Affairs Institute (CISA) is quickly approaching! The CISA Institute is a one day institute for undergraduate and graduate students interested in pursuing careers in student affairs. This is a perfect opportunity for you (or a student you know) to have a local informational experience about a student affairs career. 96% of past participants would recommend the CISA Institute to others!

The day will consist of workshops from Colorado student affairs professionals, a graduate program fair highlighting programs in Colorado, and opportunities to network with other students across the state.

This year’s workshops include:

  • Selecting a Master’s Program
  • Pursuing a Doctoral Degree
  • Job Searching: Resume, Interviewing, and Networking
  • A Day in the Life- Panel of Current Professionals

The CISA Institute will take place Saturday, October 22, 2016 from 9:00am-4:00pm at the Morgridge College of Education, University of Denver, Ruffalo Hall; 1999 E Evans Ave, Denver, CO 80210.

Check in to begin at 8:30am.

Registration Fees:
Do you know a student who would enjoy learning more about student affairs? Consider sponsoring their registration! You do not have to be an ACPA or CPAC member to attend!

  • Early Bird Registration for all participants: $25 (Before October 15)
  • General Registration for all participants: $30 (October 15 and after)

Don’t miss out! Register today at:

Please share this information with your staff, students, and others who might be interested in this opportunity. For questions or more information, please feel free to contact the planning committee.

Amy Dinise-Halter  
CPAC President Elect

Jake Murphy
CPAC Graduate Student Rep

Patty Witkowsky
CPAC Faculty Rep

Jeni Carter
CPAC Conferences Chair Elect