Student Conduct Association (SUNYSCA)
The State University of New York – Student Conduct Association (SUNYSCA) seeks to develop and maintain professional communication among SUNY student conduct personnel and serves as a forum to discuss policies and procedures with the goal of promoting and maintaining high standards for the profession.
The purpose of the organization is…
- To cultivate strong relationships among institutions and within the SUNY community;
- To enhance effective communication;
- To serve as a resource through the exchange of information for enhancement of practices, policies, services and programs;
- To promote and sustain an environment that fosters the highest professional standards and personal development.
Membership is open to all professionals within the SUNY system who work with students and student behavior in the context of a collegiate student conduct system. Membership shall be by individual or by institution.
Benefits of Membership:
- Access to the SUNY SCA List-Serv: Used to share best practices among members and to distribute important communications related to our field.
- Membership Meetings/Conferences: Three meetings per year (Fall, Spring & Summer). Meeting locations rotate among member schools. Meetings are used to share best practices, host trainings from internal group and external organizations, and to obtain updates from SUNY System and the Counsel’s Office, etc.
- Networking: Meet and connect with a wonderful and diverse group of student conduct professionals.
View a list of SUNY SCA Membership by Institutions.
Click here for more information about membership, dues and the Membership Registration Form
Questions regarding membership should be directed to the Membership Chair, Brian Stephenson, at email@example.com.