Danielle Welch, admissions counselor, Office of Admissions at Alfred State College, was recently elected to serve as the College of Technology representative for the SUNYCAP (State University of New York College Admissions Professionals) Executive Board. In this role, Welch will be responsible for representing the Colleges of Technology sector at large, encouraging active participation of members, and encouraging new membership. She continues to be an active member by working with the Executive Committee on other SUNYCAP committees and projects, including planning and coordinating the annual SUNYCAP conference, New Professionals Orientation, and Operation Inform. Previous SUNCAP includes SUNYCAP conference attendee, Op Inform attendee, New Professionals Orientation, Hovorka Grant Recipient, and SUNYCAP planning committee.
Welch also holds membership in NYSACAC (New York State Association for College Admissions Counseling) and Guidance Advisory committee at Alfred State College.
A member of the ASC community since 2004, Welch provides information to prospective students and their parents, and guidance counselors regarding programs and services available at Alfred State College; participates in recruitment activities; and reviews applications for admission to the college.
Welch holds a bachelor of arts degree in public relations from SUNY Oswego and an associate of applied science degree in marketing from Alfred State College. She is pursuing a master's degree in higher education.
Prior to joining the professional staff at Alfred State, Welch served as an administrative assistant in the Marketing Department of St. James Mercy Health System.
The Hornell Senior High School graduate is the daughter of the late Dennis and Barbara Welch.
She resides in Hornell.
The State University of New York College Admissions Professionals (SUNYCAP) was established in 1970 as an independent, incorporated, professional organization and celebrates 36 years of service to admissions and enrollment management professionals, school counselors and prospective students. SUNYCAP provides professional development opportunities for its members through the New Professionals Orientation (NPO), as well as grant and scholarship opportunities. The organization also sponsors the Op Inform (Operation Information) programs held for school counselors at SUNY colleges and universities throughout the state.