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To insure personal and professional services.

Our work is more than surviving, it is using lessons learned to move forward.

With Our Students at Our Institutions

  • Taking time.
  • Listening with your entire self.
  • Dreaming big.
  • Growth and letting go.
  • Trust.
  • Where we need to be.
  • Understanding how to position your program.
  • The right connections.
  • Know who to know: you and your program.

For Each Other

  • Being creative in your self-design.
  • Saying what you mean.
  • Know your boundaries.


2023 HEOP-PO Call for Session Proposals

The Higher Education Opportunity Program Professional Organization invites submissions of conference session proposals for the 2023 HEOP-PO Annual Conference taking …

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 …

NY Times College Search Tool

On March 27, 2023, Quoctrung Bui, New York Times Deputy Editor, Opinion Graphics, shared a new college search tool that …

Leadership Musing

Minority First-Year College Students Less Likely to be Satisfied

Dr. Glenn Lang suggests that you read this article talking about how, in their first year on campus, students of …

TAP Advocacy

President Phyllis Breland recommends this article saying, as the New York State budget process begins, TAP is again a topic …

FAFSA Simplifies in December

Dr. Glenn Lang shared this article from USA Today detailing how the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) will …