Leadership and Networking Opportunities
The Higher Education Administration program seeks to ensure that all graduates have a strong skill set to be successful practitioners in higher education. The program strongly encourages students to become involved in the student advisory board as well as higher education groups and associations. With advisory board assistance, the program plans networking events, organizes guest lectures, and hosts special higher education-focused engagements.
Several websites provide information about career opportunities in higher education and student affairs, including:
Job opportunities are also posted on Stony Brook's Career Center website through Handshake.
There are many outstanding higher education and student affairs associations. Below is a list of some of these organizations:
- AACRAO – American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers
- ACCA – American College Counseling Association
- ACUHO-I – Association of College and University Housing Officers—International
- ACPA – College Student Educators International
- ASCA - Association of Student Conduct Advisors
- NACADA – National Academic Advising Association
- NACA – National Association for Campus Activities
- NACUBO – National Association of College and University Business Officers
- NASFAA – National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators
- NASPA – Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education
- NCDA – National Career Development Association
- NIRSA - National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association
- NODA – National Orientation Directors Association
Higher Education Job Listerv
By signing up for the jobs listserv, you will be emailed higher education job opportunities all over the country. You can find step by step instructions on how to subscribe on the following website.
Careers in Higher Education Conference
The HEA program and Student Affairs sponsors an annual fall conference for emerging professionals and students interested in pursuing careers in higher education administration. This free event offers networking opportunities and informative workshops from leaders in the field.
Registration for this event will be available in September 2019. For More Information please contact Samantha Lodato, Assistant Director, Higher Education Administration program.