Fall 2011


Understanding those pesky coaches...

By: Scott Mitchell
North Country CC
Enrollment & Financial Aid Counselor, Men's Assistant Basketball Coach

How many of you work with your athletic department on a daily basis? Or should I say, how many times a day do your athletic coaches call you about a prospective student athlete? Read More...

The benefits of mentoring...

By: Christine Stumm
University of Buffalo
Asst. Director of Admissions School of Pharmacy

I attended the New York State Association for College Admission Counseling (NYSACAC) Annual conference on June 8th through 10th, 2011 at the University of Rochester. I presented on “The Benefits of Mentoring” alongside my current mentor, Jennifer M. Read More...

New to admissions or SUNY? Attend the Pre-Conference Institute...

By: Jessica Clark
University of Buffalo
Assistant Director of Admissions

Has your office hired someone new? Are you looking to hire within the upcoming year? If so, anyone new to admissions or SUNY should be encouraged to join SUNYCAP. Equally as important - they should be encouraged to participate in SUNYCAP's New Professionals Pre-Conference Institute. Read More...

Don't Stop 'BILL'ieving...

By: Nick Wockasen
The College at Brockport
Admissions Assistant

Just by the title alone you may be able to figure out I am a die-hard Buffalo Bills fan; I’ve also been a season ticket holder for the past three years. I’ll tell you in a few minutes how my Bills obsession ties into this article. Read More...

So You Want to Get Into Nursing...?

By: Kendrick Morrison
Mohawk Valley CC
Admissions Specialist

As college admissions professionals we all know nursing programs and the medical field continue to be a hot ticket major for our potential students. Parents and school counselors tell their students this is the way to go and it’s a high-demand field with a stable job environment…a sure way to... Read More...