Campus Plan 2018

Campus Plan Progress Report



Expand Experiential Learning Opportunities

To prepare students for their careers and for citizenship in a globally connected world, it is important to provide them with relevant experiential learning.

Experiential learning encour¬ages a mutually beneficial, cooperative relationship between students and mentors. Such opportunities include internships and practica; faculty-guided research; artistic and cultural exhibitions and performances; clinically rich experiences; scientific and social fieldwork; study abroad programs; campus employment; service/volunteer programs; student campus leadership opportunities and related experiences.

To expand experiential learning at SUNY Plattsburgh, we will:

  • Develop more opportunities in the region, the state, the country and abroad;
  • promote collaboration among career development personnel, academic divisions and departments in order to strengthen experiential learning and leadership roles for students;
  • promote collaboration among career development personnel, departments and alumni services to better incorporate alumni in the experiential learning process;
  • support continued student and faculty cooperation on research-related experiences; and
  • investigate means to officially document the experiential learning experiences of students.

Contact Information

Office of the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

SUNY Plattsburgh
101 Broad Street
Plattsburgh, NY 12901

Office: Kehoe 802
Phone: (518) 564-5402
Email: [email protected]