2. Submit official, sealed transcripts from every college/university attended. This is necessary regardless of the number of credits earned, even if the information appears on another institution's transcript. Failure to report all previously attended colleges on the application will cause a delay in the application process. Please send official transcripts to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Less than 24 transferable college credits
More than 54 transferable college credits
|3. Check the status of your application regularly to ensure that your application is complete. If you have questions about materials that we are requesting, please refer to our Status Code Descriptions or contact us for clarification.|
Fall Semester Application Deadline: Aug. 1
Spring Semester Application Deadline: Jan. 5
Students who were previously admitted or had no decision on their application are allowed to update their application for up to two semesters from the date of your original application using the Request to Update Application online form. For example, if you have been accepted for the fall semester, you may update your application to the following spring or fall semester. After that semester, you will need to re-apply.
Please note that:
Acceptance letters are sent on a rolling basis, about two weeks after your file is complete. The College at Brockport makes admissions decisions until the class has become full. Transfer applicants should be aware that some academic programs have a separate application and deadline. Please visit the undergraduate program of study's website for more information. The earlier you apply, the better.
If you are offered admission to The College at Brockport, new transfer students must submit their final high school transcripts or another form of proof of high school graduation, final college transcript (with proof of graduation if applicable), as well as any official AP, IB, CLEP or military scores/transcripts. Students should do so as soon as possible in order to complete the admissions application and assist in the registration process. Failure to do so will prevent the student from receiving vital college services.