- First-time students must apply and meet the academic and income guidelines. During the application process, it is important to remember that the EOP process at each college is different. Brockport may have different academic and financial requirements than other schools. These pages should help you better navigate the process at Brockport.
- Transfer EOP students must have been EOP/HEOP, SEEK, or College Discovery Program at their previous or current college. If you are an applicant who was previously in one of these programs and looking to be considered EOP at Brockport, you must check the EOP question on the SUNY or Common Application and submit the EOP Certificate of Eligibility Form.
The Application Process
The EOP application process is a very detailed one, and we encourage applicants to stay abreast of what the College is requesting at all times.
Phase 1: Academic Eligibility
Applicants to the program will be reviewed to determine if they are academically eligible. Meeting our minimum academic requirements allows you to be considered for further review. This does not, however, guarantee automatic eligibility for the program.
Applicants also need to complete the EOP Financial Eligibility process. An incomplete or unsubmitted form will delay the process.
Phase 2: Financial Eligibility
This phase determines the applicant's financial eligibility by taking into account the income received by each household member. Learn more about the Financial Review Process.
If you completed the SUNY application, submit your EOP financial form in the SUNY application portal.
If you completed the Common Application, use this link to submit your EOP financial form.
We have a limited number of seats for the program and review thousands of applications yearly; therefore, it is not possible to admit every single student into this program. Students who are accepted are encouraged to submit their deposit by the May 1 deadline. Once the program is filled, a waitlist will be created. To be placed on the waitlist, you will need to submit a deposit. That deposit will not be posted unless you are officially placed in the program. If we are unable to offer you a place in the program, your deposit will be refunded to you after the summer program begins.
In order for a final decision to be made on your application, you must submit ALL requested information. Documents can be faxed to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions. They will be used to process your application. The name of the applicant should be written on ALL documents that are submitted.
Documents requested may include:
- Test scores
- Parent 1040 (federal tax return), with signature on the second page
- Parent copy of all W-2s
- Copy of all 1099s
- Copy of Schedule C
Send a copy of your FAFSA
- Our office MUST receive a copy of your FAFSA in order to begin your financial review.
- It is also important to release your information to The College at Brockport.
Check Application Status
Check your status online at least two times per week.
- A status that was "complete and ready for review" more than likely could change to "incomplete" if we determine that additional documentation is needed.
- If you are uncertain about the information requested, please contact us.
Assistance for Applicants
We know that the process of applying to the program can be stressful. Please rest assured that we are here to help. Our expert EOP admissions advisors are here to assist you throughout the process and ensure that you submit the proper documentation. However, we will also rely on you to submit the required documents in a timely manner.
Please note that the EOP office will be an active part of this process, and you may be contacted by counselors regarding documents you are missing. Feel free to contact them with any questions about what to expect from the program if you are accepted and decide to make Brockport your new home!
For questions regarding the Admissions process, feel free to contact Michael Brown, our EOP coordinator in the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, or call our office at (585) 395-2751.