Undergraduate Admissions

Fast Facts

Special Olympics ParkThe College at Brockport offers a vital educational experience that blends liberal arts with professional studies. We are a nationally accredited and recognized institution offering a variety of academic majors, teacher certification, accelerated programs and enhanced learning opportunities. From our prime location in Western New York to our small, personalized classes, you're sure to find a lot to like about Brockport!

 

 

 

Recognition & Accreditations

The College at Brockport is a nationally recognized institution, including:

  • Kiplinger's Personal Finance ranks Brockport among the "Top 100 Best Values in Public Colleges"
  • US News & World Report lists us as one of "America's Best Colleges"
  • The Princeton Review rated us a "Best Northeastern College"
  • Brockport was named a "College of Distinction" by CollegeofDistinction.com

National organizations have accredited 13 undergraduate and graduate programs for meeting high quality standards, including our programs in business, nursing and social work, among others.

 

Size & Statistics

Brockport is a mid-sized college, with more than 7,000 undergraduate and 1,000 graduate students. Eighty six percent of our first-year students return for their sophomore year.

The average class size at Brockport is 21 students, with less than 3 percent of courses offered on campus having 60 or more students. Our student to faculty ratio is 19 to 1, making it easy to have one-on-one time in a personalized learning environment.

 

Location

Downtown RochesterAt The College at Brockport, students enjoy a small-town atmosphere located near the cultural life of main metropolitan cities. We are 16 miles west of the city of Rochester and a short drive from Buffalo, two of New York State's three largest cities. Rochester is easily accessible by plane and train, putting Brockport within traveling distance of many major North American cities, including Toronto, Boston, Philadelphia and New York City.

Brockport itself is a quaint, Victorian village located on the banks of the Erie Canal. The village offers numerous eateries, coffeeshops, an art deco movie theater, and gift shops.