Undergraduate Admissions

Mission & Goals

Mission

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is committed to recruit, advise, select, and enroll an entering class of the highest academic quality, the appropriate size and diversification, and of the appropriate academic and professional aspirations.

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is committed to develop and coordinate support for the Office of Undergraduate Admissions recruitment efforts through relationships with current students, faculty, parents, alumni, and friends of the College, and maintain a cohesive relationship with the Division of Enrollment Management Offices in order to meet goals of enrollment and retention.

The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is committed to promote and integrate professional development for all staff, and develop and maintain an office environment that fosters teamwork, individual creativity, and quality customer service.

Unit Overview

Undergraduate Admissions is responsible for coordinating the College’s recruitment efforts at they relate to freshmen, transfers and readmits.  Each year the office identifies, attracts, admits and enrolls more than 2,300 students to the College through the fall and spring semesters.  The department consists of 11 professional staff and 8 support staff and student employees who perform general office duties as well as serving as tour guides.

2010-2011 Goals

Academic Quality & Engagement

  • Maintain a UG enrollment level of 7,100 while achieving incoming student quantity and quality goals
    • Fall Freshmen Goals:
      • FTE: 1050
      • Mean Average: 90
      • Mean SAT/ACT: 1100/24
      • Increase geographic and ethnic diversity
    • Fall Transfer Goals:
      • FTE: 875
      • Mean GPA: 3.15
      • Increase ethnic diversity

Co-curricular Programming & Support Services

  • Enhance campus visit opportunities
  • Increase Brockport’s and UG Admission’s web and e-recruitment presence
  • Improve processes and streamline operations

 

2011-2012 Strategic Goals

Academic Quality & Engagement

  • Maintain a UG enrollment level of 7,100 while achieving incoming student quantity and quality goals


Co-curricular Programming & Support Services

  • Successfully implement document imaging for the Spring and Fall 2012 classes
  • Continue to enhance downstate recruitment efforts
  • Redesign campus visit opportunities
  • Develop a staff advancement ladder and provide multiple professional development opportunities for staff members each year
  • Develop a Master Calendar that includes communications, programs.
  • Maintain and increase  overall 12.5% new student minority population