The College at Brockport offers a variety of campus visit options throughout year. You are, of course, more than welcome to visit our office during regular business hours to speak with an admissions advisor or take a self-guided tour of campus.
If you can't make it to campus, there is a good chance we are visiting your high school, local college fair, or region this fall. Check with your school counselor to find out when we will be visiting.
What is an Information Session?
Our Information Sessions are conducted by an Admissions professional. During the session, information is shared about academics, admission requirements, the application process, student life, scholarships, and financial aid opportunities. You will have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have about The College at Brockport.
While accepted students are welcome to join, this session is geared toward high school juniors and seniors as well as transfer students who have not yet applied. Accepted seniors are encouraged to arrive early for their tour so that they may meet with an Admissions professional regarding specific questions.
Prospective transfer students may prefer to meet one-on-one with an Admissions professional during our walk-in hours. We encourage you to bring an unofficial transcript(s) to determine admissibility. Course-by-course evaluation of credit is completed after you are admitted.
What will I see on the campus tour?
On tour, you will see our college union, academic classrooms, our athletic facilities, two styles of residence hall rooms, and more. Please be sure to dress comfortably and for the weather, as this is a partially outdoor walking tour.
Can I eat lunch on campus?
The College at Brockport is proud to be highly rated in SUNY for dining services! There are a variety of dining options for you to choose from during the academic year, when lunch tickets are available for purchase in Admissions and in the BASC Business office on the first floor of Brockway Dining Hall. There are very limited lunch options available during the summer and winter terms.