"One size Does Not Fit All does a masterful job of identifying the types of student affairs organizations and the learning outcomes associated with each of them. Educators and practitioners who are interested in organizational theory or who want to move their student affairs organization forward to improve student learning should read this book."
Gregory S. Blimling, Professor of College Student Affairs, Graduate School of Education, Rutgers University
"Manning, Kinzie, and Schuh have masterfully captured the range and complexity of organizational approaches to student affairs in the 21st century. This book is an essential resource for higher education professionals at all levels and a must-read for leaders who aim to invigorate student affairs practice at their institutions."
Frank Harris III, Associate Professor of Postsecondary Education and Student Affairs, San Diego State University