No two students are alike, and there is no one way to learn. The College at Brockport offers a number of unique and exciting programs to make your learning experience meaningful and memorable.
One of the oldest and largest among SUNY colleges, Brockport’s Honors College currently enrolls more than 300 students. As an Honors student, you will enjoy small classes, custom-designed coursework, and opportunities for independent, creative and interdisciplinary study. You will work closely with distinguished professors who will be your mentors and personal advisors. You will discover the highest level of your intellectual and academic ability and be given special recognition for outstanding achievement, including designation on your final college transcript.
Honors students also receive a number of perks, including:
To be considered for Honors, you must file a separate application (in addition to your application to the College) by March 15.
The only program of its kind in the country, Delta College is a collaborative learning community for students who want to spend time on career preparation through internships and work experiences. Working with faculty mentors, students enjoy a transformational learning experience that focuses on critical thinking, creative expression, experiential learning, individual reflection, independent research, and career preparation. If you are adventurous, independent, self-motivated, career-minded and community-oriented, then Delta College may be for you.
Our Study Abroad Program, one of the largest and most expansive in the United States, can take you almost anywhere in the world! With more than 100 programs in 28 countries on all 7 continents, our Study Abroad Programs allows you to study at some of the most prestigious institutions worldwide, complete internships, participate in language immersion programs and even complete service learning.
Brockport’s Army Reserve Officers Training Corps (ROTC) Program offers you practical training in leadership and management principles, military skills and tactics, and communication. Unlike traditional college programs, Army ROTC gives students a wide range of experiences, combining classroom instruction with hands-on training. You may pursue an officer’s commission in the US Army or enroll only in lower-division courses without incurring a military service obligation.
The College at Brockport has a partnership with the University of Rochester for students interested in the United States Navy or Marine Corps. Students attend regular classes at Brockport but participate in all scheduled ROTC classes/events through the University of Rochester.
The College at Brockport has a partnership with Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) for students interested in the United States Air Force. Students attend regular classes at Brockport but participate in all scheduled ROTC classes/events through RIT.
Brockport’s Leadership Development Program is designed specifically for students interested in developing their leadership skills. This comprehensive program explores leadership concepts across all academic disciplines, through a variety of curricular and co-curricular experiences, and service projects.