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Department of Educational Administration

Master's in Student Affairs Administration

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Program Office

Department of Educational Administration
Michigan State University
Erickson Hall
620 Farm Lane Rm 423
East Lansing, MI 48824-1034

HALE Administrative Assistant
Phone: (517) 353-5187
Email: haleadm@msu.edu

Ambassadors

Ambassadors are current SAA M.A. students who are available to answer your questions about the program and MSU. Please contact any of the students listed below if you are interested in exploring the program from a student's point of view.

If you have general questions, please contact the HALE program directly.

Remember: To help us keep you informed about the latest admissions updates and upcoming recruitment events, please send your contact information to the HALE admissions assistant, at haleadm@msu.edu.

Addison Keegan-Harris Email Addison Keegan-Harris

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Keegan-Harris is a second-year SAA student, originally from Topeka, Kansas. She works as the Residence Education and Housing Services Graduate Assistant for Diversity & Inclusion. She graduated from the University of Kansas (KU) with a degree in Behavioral Science and minor in Leadership Studies. Keegan-Harris worked professionally with the KU Institute for Leadership Studies and Kansas Women’s Leadership Institute. After graduation, Keegan-Harris would like to work in multicultural affairs or leadership education.

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Kevin Pajaro Email Kevin Pajaro

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Pajaro is a second-year SAA student originally from Providence, Rhode Island. His graduate assistantship is working with the Community Relations Coalition (CRC). The CRC is a non-profit organization that dedicates itself to building trusting relationships between the communities of East Lansing and Michigan State University by fostering cooperation and communication between neighbors.

He earned his bachelor's degree in Communication Studies from the University of Rhode Island. Pajaro served as an AmeriCorps member through a national organization called the College Advising Corps (CAC). Specifically, he served at his former high school helping predominantly African-American and Latinx high school students navigate the college application process. After graduation, Pajaro is looking forward to exploring a functional area of student affairs that will allow him to intentionally implement initiatives centered on diversity, equity, and inclusion.

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