Home to several student services including:
- Advisement & Retention
- Provides academic advisement and developmental programming for all undergraduate students to strengthen and improve their academic, social, personal, and career development.
- Services include, but are not limited to: general advisement, academic coaching, major declaration, and academic compliance.
- ASC Tutoring
- Provides tutoring and academic support for students within content areas as well as writing, and study skills
- Student Accessibility Services
- Provides support and assistance to students with medical, physical, emotional, or learning disabilities; as well as students with temporary injuries/impairments.
Provides and manages dining services, the bookstore, debit card program, laundry services, and campus ID services.
Provide a convenient option for purchase of textbooks, apparel, gifts & accessories, and supplies & electronics.
Assists with career development through internships, job and graduate school search, and major/career exploration.
This program provides for the special needs of students who are either low-income or members of a historically underrepresented minority group and are interested in the fields of math, science, health professions, or technology programs that lead to licensure.
The Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion promotes the integration of diversity-related instruction and research into ongoing Brockport initiatives to enhance academic excellence. The various areas covered include professional development, recruitment and retention, policy review and procedures, and bias reporting.
Advises and facilitates the financial aid application process, distribution of funds, alternate aid sources and budgeting.
Promotes campus engagement through clubs, organizations, community service, campus recreation, and much more!
Provides holistic health and counseling services to support students’ mind, body, and spirit.
Manages access and support for technology needs of College community (i.e. BANNER, email, Blackboard).
Provides information, resources, advice, and support for commuter students, students living off campus, and those considering such a move.
This program is designed to prepare low-income, first-generation, and students from traditionally underrepresented groups for doctoral study.
Provides safe and adequate parking facilities, issues parking passes, and assists with jump-starts, lockouts, and low tires.
Fosters an inclusive and interactive on-campus community through LLCs, RA programming, and Student Conduct.
Oversees registration, course scheduling, processing of transcripts, and verifying enrollment.
Collects and accounts students’ educations charges, processes and distributes aid funds, and administers plans.
All students enrolled at The College at Brockport are expected to adhere to College policies and procedures, including the Code of Student Conduct.
Committed to providing a safe and secure campus for students, faculty, staff, and visitors.
Provides information about educational benefits available to veterans and children of veterans who plan to attend the College.