Approved SUNY Agents
This webpage is for agents, who are currently approved by SUNY. It aims to help SUNY authorized international education agents with information and resources to assist student recruitment across SUNY.
The SUNY Office of International Recruitment (OIR) is committed to assisting you – our agency partners – get the information you need to accurately assist students. If you don’t find what you’re looking for here, please contact us.
For information on how to become a SUNY agent, please go our our webpage for Prospective Agents.
SharePoint is a Web site that provides a central storage and collaboration space for documents, information, and ideas. SharePoint helps groups of people share information and work together.
The SUNY Agent SharePoint site is a shared website where SUNY system administration, SUNY opt-in campuses, and agency partners share files and folders for counseling and marketing purposes. In SharePoint we have created individual campus folders for each opt-in campus. Each campus profile is in their folder along with additional information uploaded by the campus.
Since this is a password protected site, you’ll need a username and password to log in. Below are the instructions for requesting a login if you don’t have one already.
Once you have log in information for SharePoint, please visit this link: http://gc.suny.edu/agents
SUNY Agent Training Website
One of the most training resources for our current agents is our Agent Training Website, which is produced and maintained by OIR. It contains general information about SUNY, our campus types, our English language programs and conditional admissions options along with individual profiles for each of the participating campuses.
The Office of International Recruitment produces a range of publications to profile and highlight SUNY to prospective students. These include:
Familiarization Visits to SUNY Campuses
Our current agents are invited to visit SUNY campuses. Campus tours are the best way for agents to get to know a campus. We invite you to take a look at classrooms, research areas, campus libraries, recreational facilities, dining areas, residence halls and interact with current students and faculty. The Office of International Recruitment will facilitate visits upon request. Small group tours will also be arranged at specific times of the year.
For comments or questions about the contents of this page, please contact Kirsten L. Feddersen.