If students have questions about academic policies or procedures, they can be sure that they'll get answers, explanations, and some assistance from the Academic Advisement Office. Information on Brockport's advisement system, meeting with advisors, declaring a major, transfer credits, degree audit reports, and other hints for success at Brockport can be found here.
The Office for Students with Disabilities provides support and assistance to students with medical, physical, emotional or learning disabilities. Among the services provided are those related to accessibility of campus facilities, individual and group counseling, reasonable classroom accommodations, advocacy for student needs, referral to appropriate governmental and community agencies, and arrangements for note-takers, readers and interpreters. The Office is open on weekdays from 8 am – 5 pm during the academic year and from 8 am – 4 pm during the summer months.
The First-year Success Web page, sponsored by the Office of Student Retention, allows students to connect with valuable resources to help them negotiate their first year at SUNY Brockport. The site includes information regarding General Education requirements, study skills, grades, and advisement. Students can also access a GPA calculator and a relevant set of "Frequently Asked Questions".
The Student Learning Center offers tutorial services in writing, math, study skills, and selected courses to all Brockport students. Students are also invited to browse through reference materials, use computers, and view learning strategy videotapes. Additional services include academic success workshops and class presentations. All services are free of charge.
The EOP provides counseling, academic assistance, and financial support to students who come from educationally and financially disadvantaged backgrounds, and who do not qualify for regular admissions.
The Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program provides academic and financial assistance to eligible minorities and economically disadvantaged students interested in careers in science and professional fields such as law, accounting, and health-related disciplines. For an application and more information, come to C-18 Cooper Hall, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 395-2460.
The Ronald E. McNair Post-baccalaureate Achievement Program provides academic and financial assistance to eligible minority, first-generation and economically disadvantaged full-time Brockport students interested in doctoral study leading to university teaching. Program participants are eligible for faculty mentoring, content tutoring, paid internships/shadowing experiences, and test preparation. For an application and more information, come to C-18 Cooper, or contact us at email@example.com or 395-2460.