For Reviewers

Thank you for sharing your expertise as NACADA produces a quality journal that contributes to the scholarly literature in academic advising.  Your reviews

  • identify strengths in a manuscript,
  • indicate opportunities for further development, and
  • guide selection of articles for publication.

As this indicates, your role is significant.  Thus, we wanted to offer a few resources to support your role as a reviewer.  We welcome you to suggest other resources to us as we grow this page.
Reviewer Resources

Again, NACADA and the NACADA Journal Editorial Team thank you for your contributions!

Become a Reviewer

Use the links listed on the left to access information about the JournalFind out how to publish a manuscript by clicking "Publication Guidelines" to the left.  Access previously published articles and journal issues at

Learn about all NACADA-sponsored writing venues at Writing for NACADA

Consider becoming a manuscript reviewer for the NACADA Journal

The NACADA Journal is accepting applications from individuals interested in serving as manuscript reviewers. The premiere publication of NACADA: The Global Community for Academic Advising, the Journal publishes research and scholarship that clearly advances the research, theory, and practice connection within the academic advising field. The Journal publishes two issues each year and is available in print and open source venues. To ensure the highest quality publication, the Journal editorial process is based on a double-blind review s in which both reviewers and authors remain anonymous.

The Editorial Board is seeking NACADA members with expertise in a variety of areas related to the manuscripts published. We highly encourage applications from members with skills related to methodology, statistical analysis, or content expertise. The term of service is 3 years, with an opportunity to continue for a second term.

Those interested in participating as a member of the Journal's Editorial Board should send a CV or resume, a letter of interest in reviewing manuscripts, and a brief list of areas of expertise as they relate to research and scholarship to