Jason Sininger



Jason Sininger 

Areas of expertise:  Recognizing Styles of Conflict, Identifying Leadership Personalities, Gay Lesbian Bisexual Transgender Issues, Surviving as a Victim of A Hate Crime, Diversity, Conduct Board Training, Academic Integrity Programming, Motivation and Residence Life Topics.

Jason Sininger is a Student Affairs Professional with over 10 years experience of working specifically within areas of Housing and Residence Life and Conduct Administration. He has presented at a number of national and state conferences, on campus training sessions, workshops, and in the classroom.  He was raised in a small town from the Midwest and has a variety of experiences that range from community colleges, private institutions and public universities which include: Maysville Community College, Shawnee State University, Ohio University Hanover College, Valdosta State University, and East Carolina University.  Aside, from serving on a variety of campus committees, he also has academic experience. He has facilitated and instructed within the classroom for undergraduate First Year Experience and Resident Assistant courses.

Mr. Sininger has participate in a number of organizations and has served as a committee chair for national and International organizations including Association of College and University Housing Officers – International(ACUHO-I), Association of Student Conduct Administrators(ASCA), American College Personnel Association(ACPA).  He may be most recognizable from ACPA in the C3 job placement area and assisting as new professional our job searching and beginning their careers. However, he enjoys all conferences and looks forward to being able to attend each year.

Mr. Sininger intentionally focuses maintaining on a positive outlook where he can build relationships and empower others to achieve. He looks forward to the opportunity to grow and face new challenges both professionally and personally.