Office of the Provost
The Provost's Office at SUNY Canton fosters collaboration across the College and manages changes in policies and practices that affect the academic life of the college as a whole.
Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs
Peggy De Cooke, Ph.D.
34 Cornell Drive
Canton, NY 13617
The Canino School of Engineering Technology is on the cutting edge of technology with programs in mechanical, electrical, energy, information systems and provides students with career flexibility.
This School of Business & Liberal Arts features bachelor's degrees in management, finance, and legal studies. It also includes associate degrees in accounting, and early childhood education.
The School of Science, Health & Criminal Justice offers nationally accredited programs providing a strong academic foundation along with applied technical skills.
The Division of Academic Support Services and Instructional Technologies works collaboratively with other offices, faculty, and staff to provide environments that enhance teaching and promote student success and retention.
The Office of Admissions works closely with the Provost Office and Academic divisions to strategically enroll students into the College.
The Office of Institutional Research (IR) was created in 2011 to advance the mission and strategic plan of SUNY Canton.
The Registrar's Office maintains student academic records and prepares the schedule of classes and final exams each term.
The Office of Research and Sponsored Programs is dedicated to supporting the College faculty and staff in their efforts to seek and secure external funding for research, special projects, education and training.
Each campus, following existing curriculum and governance procedures, is responsible for overseeing the assessment of academic programs.
The Enrollment Management Working Group investigates, discusses, and forwards suggestions on enrollment planning to the campus strategic planning body.
The Scholarly Activities Celebration highlights and demonstrates the wonderful research and scholarship conducted at SUNY Canton.