FAQ

What is CCADP?

CCADP is an independent, nonprofit, nonpartisan, professional organization. Its mission is to promote career development, develop leadership and management skills, and advance the welfare of all Chinese descents in American higher education administration. CCADP is registered in the State of Florida, USA. CCADP and its members will abide by the laws of the United States of America, including but not limited to classified information and homeland security/national interest requirements.

Who is the Council of Chinese American Deans and Presidents (CCADP)?

CCADP members are administrators in accredited institutions of higher education in the United States who are Chinese descents and holding or had held a position of assistant dean or higher. According to the current membership directory of the organization, there are 10 provosts/vice presidents, 10 associate provosts/vice presidents, 20 deans, and 18 associate/assistant deans among its membership.

What are the membership requirements?

A person is eligible for membership nomination if he or she is a Chinese descent and holds or held a position or the equivalent of assistant dean or above at an accredited institution of higher education in the United States. After a member nominates a candidate, the CCADP Board will review the nomination and inform the pertinent parties of the decision.

How much does the membership cost?

Membership fee is $100 for one year. However, people can pay $200 to receive a three-year membership. The membership may be paid with a credit card or personal check.