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Welcome to Tri-State Consortium

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Who is Tri-State

The Tri-State Consortium of Opportunity Programs in Higher Education is a not-for-profit association of volunteer educators, administrators, counselors, and staff, working in the state-supported educational opportunity programs in New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania.

Join Our New Professional Group

Tri-State  is proud and excited to announce the formation of the “Young and Upcoming Professionals Network Group”. Headed by Briana Alford, Learning Specialist, EOP SUNY Broome Community College. Visit the Community page to learn more.

President’s Welcome

I invite you to join our membership, explore our website, attend our workshops and conferences, and share your ideas and experiences.

Read full message from Phyllis A. H. Breland

Tri-State Post Conference; New Beginnings

After taking a few days to relax after the Tri-State 2023 Biennial conference in Atlantic City, New Jersey, I feel it important to share my thoughts with you. I was truly excited about getting to share the same space with old colleagues, new colleagues, friends, and fellow warriors.  (Read the full post from Phyllis A. H. Breland)

Conference Highlights

New Jersey Secretary for Higher Education, Brian Bridges, helped kick-off the conference! Visit the conference webpage to see materials shared at the event!

Career Opportunities

Act 101 Coordinator at Lincoln University

Lincoln University is seeking an Act 101 coordinator/counselor to provide comprehensive and integrated services that significantly enhance the enrollment, academic …
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University at Buffalo seeks EOP Senior Counselor

The Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) seeks a student-focused EOP Senior Counselor to provide a diverse population of undergraduate students with academic advising support and life …
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Dr. Harvey Kesselman, Stockton University’s fifth President, participated in the 2017 Tri-State Consortium conference. He shared his thoughts about the important of the TSC conference.

Student Outreach

Visit our Career page to see current internships and opportunities for students.

N.J. College Students Have 24/7 Mental Health Support

Most college students in New Jersey will be able to get free mental health help 24/7 under a new partnership …
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SUNY Drops SAT and ACT Requirement

The SUNY Board of Trustees unanimously voted to eliminate its requirement that students must complete SAT or ACT standardized test …
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