Brockport offers bachelor’s degrees in 50 majors that blend the liberal arts with professional studies such as business and computer science.

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Additionally, the College at Brockport offers master’s degrees and post-master’s certificates across over 50 programs.

The College offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in a practical academic environment that prepares students to be multidimensional scholars and professionals. At both the undergraduate and graduate levels, students conduct original research, pursue scholarly and creative works, challenge internships relate to their academic field, and participate in specialized academic programs.

Application Information

Please check our Application Deadlines before applying. Applications from students are viewed on rolling admissions, but there are particular deadlines for the each semester. 

Undergraduate Freshmen

You are considered a freshman if you have never attended a university before. Below is an overview of requirements to apply to the College.

  • Online application- SUNY or Common application (U.S. $50)
  • Official transcripts from your high school
  • Minimum 76 TOEFL or 6 IELTS or 3.7 iTEP
  • 1 personal essay
  • 1 recommendation letter
  • SAT or ACT scores (optional)

How to Apply

  1. Submit an online application and pay the application fee
    1. Complete only one of the following applications below.
      1. SUNY (SOAR)
      2. The Common Application
  2. Prepare academic records
    1. After submitting an online application, please prepare an official or true certified copy from your university (transcripts, examination scores, mark sheets, etc.) in both English and the original language.
  3. Prepare TOEFL/ IELTS scores
    1. Submit a TOEFL or IELTS score.
  4. Prepare an autobiographical/ personal essay
    1. Prepare 250-500 words length of an autobiographical essay in English. It can address one of the following:
      1. Reasons for selecting the field of study
      2. Special interest and abilities
      3. Plans for further study and/or employment after completing your degree
      4. Your family background
  5. Submit one letter of recommendation
    1. Prepare 1 recommendation letter from a school teacher or counselor.
  6. Check that all documents were submitted.
    1. Make sure all the documents from Steps 1 through 5 are fully prepared and submitted. Below is the mailing address:
      State University of New York-Brockport
      Center for Global Education and Engagement
      350 New Campus Drive
      Brockport, NY 14420 USA

If you would like to submit your documents electronically, please email them to International Student Services.

Undergraduate Transfer Students

If you have attended another university before, then you are considered a transfer student.

The list below is a quick overview of required documents to in order to apply to the College:

  • Online application and application fee (U.S. $50.00)
  • All Official transcripts from previous universities
  • 76 TOEFL or 6 IELTS or 3.7 iTEP
  • 1 personal essay

How to Apply

  1. Submit an online application and pay the application fee
    1. Complete only one of the following applications below.
      1. SUNY (SOAR)
      2. The Common Application
  2. Prepare academic records
    1. Prepare an official or true certified copy from your university (transcripts, examination scores, mark sheets, etc.) in both English and the original language.
  3. Prepare TOEFL/ IELTS Scores (optional)
    1. Submit a TOEFL or IELTS score.
  4. Prepare an autobiographical/ personal essay
    1. Prepare 250-500 words length of an autobiographical essay in English. It can address one of the following:
      1. Reasons for selecting the field of study
      2. Special interest and abilities
      3. Plans for further study and/or employment after completing your degree
      4. Your family background
  5. Check that all documents were submitted
    1. Make sure all the documents from Steps 1 through 5 are fully prepared and submitted. Below is the mailing address:
      State University of New York-Brockport
      Center for Global Education and Engagement
      350 New Campus Drive
      Brockport, NY 14420 USA

If you would like to submit your documents electronically, please email them to International Student Services.

Graduate Students

International students have special graduate application requirements that are unique to their status as an international applicant. Advanced planning is critical to the success of this process. International applicants may apply to begin their studies in either the fall or spring semester (summer start not an option).

The guidance provided on this and related pages identify all of the steps necessary to be considered for admission to the College for graduate study.

How to Apply

  1. View our Graduate Programs for a complete listing of graduate programs offered here at The College at Brockport.
  2. Visit our How to Apply page to review those application instructions that are specific to your program of interest, as well as those requirements that are unique to international applicants.
  3. It is important that you complete Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 as listed on your program’s Application Instructions page to be considered for admission to a graduate program here at The College at Brockport.

Offers of Admission

International applications are eligible for review once all application requirements are complete (Part 1, Part 2 and Part 3 – WES evaluation and official transcripts). Admission decisions are communicated via the email address you provided when you applied.

The following admission decisions are possible:

  • Admit
  • Admit with Condition(s)
  • Waitlist
  • Deny

Applicants offered admission must respond to the offer of admission per the instructions outlined in the offer of admission email.

Applicants offered admission with condition(s) must respond to the offer of admission and satisfy all conditions of admission per the instructions outlined in the offer of admission email.

Note: Applicants who are offered admission but have yet to show proof of English language proficiency will automatically be assigned a condition – that condition being the need to show proof of English language proficiency prior to starting the graduate program.

All international applicants offered admission to The College at Brockport must satisfy additional requirements (i.e. bank statement, I-20, VISA, etc.) to enroll at Brockport for their graduate study. The Office of International Student Services here at The College at Brockport assists admitted international students with these and other related processes. Please visit The Office of International Student Services for more information.

If you would like to submit your documents electronically, please email them to International Student Services.

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Last Updated 5/7/19

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