Staff profile

Megan Kropf

Senior Operations Administrator


106 Sheldon Hall
Megan Kropf
Megan has been at the Office of International Education and Programs since 2016.  She started as Office Secretary and upon completion of her B.S. in 2018, she was hired as the Senior Program Administrator. In this role, she managed all short term faculty-led proposals and programs, managed the office’s application system, Terra Dotta, served as backup for most administrative functions, and served as backup DSO and ARO for the International Student and Scholar Services office.
In 2022, Megan was promoted to Senior Operations Administrator, keeping much of her previous role but also serving as manager of all administrative functions within the Office of International Education and Programs.

Prior to her time at Oswego, Megan worked for nearly ten years at the Center for International Programs at SUNY New Paltz as the Data Coordinator. In this role, she served as a Designated School Official (DSO) and Alternate Responsible Officer (ARO), created and maintained all new international student documentation, processing of OPT, and served as one of the international student advisors.

Megan’s favorite part of working in this field is in helping others achieve their goals, whether it be through providing back end user support or assisting students and colleagues one on one with program development and ideation. In her spare time, she enjoys spending time with her family and NY Yankees baseball.


National Association of Foreign Student Advisors (NAFSA) All Region Summit Co-Presenter:

“Online Global Learning: Equipping Students for the Future of Work”, October 2021

Awards and honors

Outstanding Graduate Student in Information Design and Techbology, SUNY Polytechnic Institite, 2022

Presidential Certificate of Appreciation for Classified Service, SUNY New Paltz, 2014


M.S., Information Design and Technology, SUNY Polytechnic Institute
B.S., Business, Management, and Economics, SUNY Empire State
Leadership Oswego County, Class of 2021, SUNY Oswego