Undergraduate Admissions

High School Students


image1College is like a journey. You pack your gear, set your course, and embark on voyages that take you to far horizons. Yet no matter how well-prepared you think you are, you will never be ready for all the unexpected, surprising, and exciting discoveries of college. And that's the fun part! At The College at Brockport, you'll enjoy the thrill, surprise, and discovery of college, while feeling comfortable, secure and at home.

We encourage you to explore the rest of our site to learn more about the application process, academic programs, life on campus, and much more.

 

Freshman Profile

Freshman ProfileAdmission to The College at Brockport is selective and competitive. In making admissions decisions, we consider a number of factors:

  • strength of your academic program
  • course grades and high school average
  • standardized test scores (SAT and/or ACT)
  • class rank
  • supplemental application information
  • anything additional that you supply (letters of recommendation, resume, portfolio, etc.)

We understand that academic curriculums may vary from school to school. However, most students who enter Brockport today have:

  • the equivalent of an Advanced Regents Diploma
  • 4 years of English
  • 3 years or more of Math, Sciences and Social Studies
  • 3 years or more of a foreign language
  • Additional electives as appropriate
  • Some college-level course work, including Advanced Placement (AP), International Baccalaureate (IB), and college-affiliated programs such as Syracuse University Project Advance (SUPA)

We encourage you to work with your school counselor when preparing to apply to colleges. Brockport operates on a rolling admissions basis, which means that we make decisions on applications as they become complete. Check your application status now.

 


*At this time, The College at Brockport, like many other colleges, will continue to place most of its standardized test emphasis on the Critical Reading and Math sections of the SAT. Brockport supports the Writing section of the SAT and recognizes the importance of writing skills at both the collegiate and professional levels. These scores will provide additional information during the admissions review process.