Welcome to Undergraduate Admissions.
At SUNY Brockport, student success is our highest priority! We are pleased that you are exploring the opportunities available to you at SUNY College at Brockport.
SUNY Brockport offers many unique and diverse opportunities for an extraordinary education at the bachelor’s-degree level. Learn more about our innovative Delta College curriculum, our pre-professional programs (pre-law, pre-med, etc.), the first undergraduate program anywhere in computational science, and much more! With 40 undergraduate majors to choose from, chances are good you’ll find what you’re looking for.
We hope that you will request further information on our College and allow us to fully describe the application process and requirements. For specific answers to your questions, you can write to us at: “Ask an Admissions Advisor” http://www.brockport.edu
The CollegeSUNY Brockport is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Universities and the Board of Regents of the University of the State of New York. The College’s total enrollment for fall 2004 was 8,484, with an undergraduate student population of 6,965.
LocationSUNY Brockport’s 435-acre main campus is located in the Village of Brockport 16 miles west of Rochester, New York. The village’s population is nearly 10,000, while the population of the Greater Rochester area is over one million. Our students appreciate the friendliness of a small town, combined with easy access to a large city.
Rochester has been judged one of the best cities in the United States for quality of life. It is home to a nationally known philharmonic orchestra, outstanding museums, an ultramodern planetarium, and professional baseball and hockey teams. Rochester is a short flight from New York City, Boston, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC, and within easy driving distance of Toronto.
Programs of Study
The College offers baccalaureate degrees in 40 programs. For a listing of our degree programs, please visit: http://www.brockport.edu/academics/ugradpgms.html
SUNY Brockport’s Drake Memorial Library houses the largest collection among the SUNY four-year colleges, including 473,000 books, 117,300 bound journals, 2 million units of microtext, nearly 10,000 audiovisual materials, 100,000 federal and state documents, and online database subscriptions to approximately 10,000 journal titles. Students can conduct online searches and download publications from remote sites. More than 20 satellite-computing labs augment the campus’s two-story computing center. The College’s computing hardware includes 750-networked Mac, PC and Sun stations available for student use.
International Student Services
The Office of International Student Services is the primary resource for all enrolled international students at SUNY Brockport. The office provides an orientation for newly admitted students, assists with immigration regulations and travel documents, helps international students adjust to academic and cultural expectations in the United States, and provides cross-cultural programming.
Campus Life and Residential Living
We do offer housing to international students. On-campus housing offers easy access to computing facilities, the library, recreational and dining facilities, and cultural events. All standard services are provided, including Internet and cable TV access, and free laundry facilities. A double-occupancy room is $4,500 per person per academic year. Various meal plans are available and currently range from $2,180 to $3,110 per academic year.
Cost of Study
Full-time tuition for the 2005-2006 academic year is $12,031. College fees total $1,583 per academic year for full-time undergraduate students. Books and supplies is $2,799. International students are required to purchase a mandatory health insurance policy. The annual fee for this insurance is $688. Any exemptions to this requirement are made by the Student Health Center in Hazen Hall. (All items are subject to change.)
International students do not qualify for US or New York State government aid. SUNY College at Brockport does, however, offer Academic Scholarships to students whom qualify. For specific academic requirements, visit: http://www.brockport.edu/scholarships/international.html
Applying to SUNY Brockport for Undergraduate Admission
Deadlines for filing applications for Fall and Spring admission are listed on our Undergraduate Admissions web site. Applications and answers to admissions questions may be requested from The Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Further information about SUNY Brockport’s undergraduate programs and details on documents required as part of the application process are available on the Undergraduate Admissions web site at: http://www.brockport.edu/admissions/ug/internat/index.html