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About SUNYCAP

The State University of New York College Admissions Professionals (SUNYCAP) was established in 1970 as an independent, incorporated, professional organization and celebrates 45 years of service to admissions and enrollment management professionals, school counselors and prospective students. The organization started with a small representation of campuses and has grown to over 400 members representing SUNY campuses statewide.

The purpose of this organization is to: foster the professional growth of the membership; develop and maintain a system of professional communication and dialogue among admissions professionals, with the guidance community and other professional organizations; serve as a professional forum for discussion of admission policies and procedures; encourage research consistent with the other purposes of this organization; and work with SUNY System Administration in the best interest of applicants and the University. Each year the organization hosts the annual SUNYCAP conference at various locations throughout the state of New York.

Become A Member

We know the strengths that our 64 schools individually have, but together we are a global powerhouse that impacts the world! We owe so much of our strengths to each other and our profession, and SUNYCAP’s open exchange of ideas and professional development will only make us stronger. Apply!

Membership Renewal

We know the strengths that our 64 schools individually have, but together we are a global powerhouse that impacts the world!  Please show your commitment to SUNYCAP today by renewing your membership or encouraging new members of your office to join. Click here to renew your membership today.

 

Career Opportunities

SUNY Canton: Admissions Counselor [View]

Binghamton University: Senior Associate Director for Undergraduate Recruitment [View]

SUNY Oswego: Director of EOP [View]

Fulton Montgomery CC: Admissions Counselor (Part Time) [View]

Corning Community College: Associate Dean of Enrollment Services [View]