State Looks For Feedback From Some SUNY Seniors, Graduates In New Initiative

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FREDONIA – Some SUNY Fredonia seniors will soon be able to give feedback to university leaders part of a newly launched program in New York State.

SUNY Chancellor Jim Malatras launched SUNY’s first-ever Student Advocate Fellowship Program.

The hope is that the recent grads will help develop student-driven policies across the 64 campuses.

The Student Advocate Fellow will act as an advisor to Chancellor Malatras and other executive leaders on some of the important issues in higher education, including but not limited to:

  • Affordability
  • Access
  • Academic quality and success
  • Racial and social justice
  • Mental health services
  • Resources for students with disabilities
  • Food insecurity

The Student Advocate Fellow will report directly to SUNY Student Advocate and Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs John Graham and serve a two-year appointment.

The application process will be unveiled at a later date for those who are interested.


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