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Key Message - Multidimensional

By focusing on vigorous and challenging academics, encouraging a healthy spirit of fitness, and celebrating all modes of creativity, The College at Brockport graduates energetically confident and capable individuals. Diverse and innovative programs across a broad liberal arts and professional studies curriculum provide students with rich opportunities for education and personal growth as intellectual, physical, and creative individuals. Brockport students have many options when it comes to tailoring their educational experiences; students choose from a wide array of activities and programs, developing their personal talents while serving the community at large. Whether collaborating with faculty on original research, studying abroad, interning at a local business, or participating in the life of the college, Brockport students acquire the skills and habits of teamwork and leadership. A Brockport education is comprehensive and collegial: every member benefits from and enriches the experience of the whole community.

... and here's the proof:

Brockport Hosts Leadership Camp for Girls REOC Breaks Ground for New Facility
Rotary Names College "Citizen of the Year" Orzel's Asthma Film
Wins Telly
College Featured in Forbes Magazine Student Leaders Recognized
Brockport Named as "Green College" by Princeton Review Students Discover the Leader in Themselves
College Honored for Green and Sustainability Efforts Department of Theatre Opens Production of "The Story" at Geva Theatre Center April 8, 9 and 10
The Big Read Inspires Big Art The College at Brockport Celebrates Literacy--Participates in National Big Read Program
Hockey Victory Gives Coach Dickinson 100th Career Win Brockport Senior NYS's Outstanding PE Major
Books Donated in Memory of Prof. Sachio Ashida Hitchens, Rabbi Wolpe Debate God and Religion
BOCES Students Look Under the Hood Women Take ECAC Soccer Title
Men's Soccer Heads to the NCAA Division III Tournament Student receives ACT for Excellence Scholarship
Walkin' a Mile Fights Violence Against Women Homecoming Weekend 2009 Continues
Sixty-Eight Become New Citizens Students Rank Brockport Food #1 in SUNY
College Named
"GI Friendly"
Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher is on campus
High School Students Make Plans for College USDE Grant Funds Alcohol Abuse Education Program
Four Students Receive SUNY Chancellor's Scholar Athlete Award College-Sponsored Conference Urges Municipal Reorganization
Five Student-Athletes Honored as Athletes of the Year Women's Track & Field Takes SUNYAC Title
Melissa Scorse and Shannon O'Keeffe Win Individual Titles
The Cover of Life
April 30-May 2
Tower Fine Arts Center Theatre
Conference Helps Students Learn About Leadership
Freedom Eagles Cadets Receive Leadership Awards College Spotlights E.E. Cummings at the MAG
Celebrating the Best of Brockport Dance 800,000 Pennies Program Recognizes Victims of Rwanda Genocide
Basketball Teams Earn NCAA Bids with SUNYAC Championship Ice Hockey Team Raises More Than $2,500 for Saves for a Cure
Jazz Day at Brockport
Hits High Notes
Spring Business Briefings
Speakers Schedule Set
Men's Basketball Upsets DeSales to Win Tournament Championship Pickard Named Field Hockey Player of the Year
Norment Nominated for Burroughs Medal A Midsummer Night's Dream
Debate Sparks Student Discussion