SUNY ASAP Program

Advancing Success in Associate Pathways (ASAP) and its baccalaureate counterpart, Advancing Completion through Engagement (ACE), eliminate financial obstacles to full-time study. These programs offer well-defined pathways that support students in acquiring and sustaining academic momentum. Additionally, they foster connected communities by integrating support systems and engaging students in various activities. The overarching goal is to significantly boost timely completion rates among participating students.

SUNY ASAP|ACE is designed for Pell-eligible students, offering a range of resources such as cost of attendance award after financial aid has been applied and assistance with textbook and travel expenses. The program further provides comprehensive personalized advisement services, academic support, and engaging career development activities.

SUNY ASAP|ACE is modeled on the highly successful City University of New York (CUNY) Accelerated Study in Associate Programs (ASAP), which have been found through rigorous evaluation to dramatically increase completion rates, narrow opportunity gaps, and realize cost efficiencies and benefits. Since their inception in 2007, ASAP|ACE have collectively served more than 100,000 students within CUNY and have been replicated in seven states.

 

ASAP at Clinton Community College

To enhance the timely completion of degrees, SUNY's Advancing Success in Associate Pathways (ASAP) program was crafted to offer exceptional support, both within and beyond the classroom. This multifaceted support includes crucial elements such as cost of attendance award after financial aid has been applied and assistance with textbook and travel expenses, comprehensive personalized advisement services, academic support assistance, and engaging career development activities.

ASAP cultivates student engagement and success through dynamic and innovative programs that contribute to increased professional development and academic scholarship. Through active participation, students acquire valuable tools and resources, thereby enhancing their competitiveness in pursuing their degrees and programs.

LOCATION:
Moore Bldg., 1st floor
Room 147M
Phone: 518-562-4128


OFFICE HOURS

STAFF:
Chrisa O'Connell
ASAP Director / Advisement Coordinator

Coreen Piekarski
ASAP Student Support Services Counselor


 

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