Undergraduate Admissions

Campus Visit FAQs

What is an Information Session?

Our Information Sessions are conducted by an Undergraduate Admissions Ambassador and include information about academics, admission requirements, the application process, student life, scholarships, and financial aid opportunities. You will also have the opportunity to ask any questions you may have about The College at Brockport.  While accepted students are welcome to join, this session is geared toward high school juniors and seniors as well as transfer students who have not yet applied.  Accepted seniors are encouraged to arrive early for your tour so that you may meet with an Admissions Advisor if you have specific questions. 

Prospective transfer students may prefer to meet one-on-one with an Admissions Advisor during our walk-in hours. We encourage you to bring an unofficial transcript(s) to determine admissibility.  Course-by-course evaluation of credit is completed after being admitted.

 

How long is the campus tour?

Our tours are led by current Brockport students and typically last 75 to 90 minutes.

 

What will I see on the campus tour?

On tour, you will see our college union, academic classrooms, our athletic facilities, a computer lab, two styles of residence hall rooms, and more. Please be sure to dress for the weather and comfort as this is a walking tour and part of it is outside.

 

Can I eat lunch on campus?

Yes. The College at Brockport is proud to be highly rated in SUNY for dining services by our own students. There are a variety of dining options for you to choose from:


UNION SQUARE, KINETIC KAFE & MORE

Brockport offers a number of eateries, cafes and on-the-go options for our students and visitors. Union Square, located in the Seymour Student Union next to the Admissions Office, provides a collection of shoppes ranging from salads and sandwiches to pizza, pasta, sushi and more. On the other side of campus, the Kinetic Kafe features a modern, innovative menu. Or choose from one of our many cafes across campus -- Jitterbugs, Aerie Cafe or Hartwell Cafe. All of these options offer dine-in or take-out options for your convenience.


BROCKWAY & HARRISON DINING HALLS

When you check in for your visit, you can purchase discount lunch tickets -- $7.50 per person -- for an all-you-can-eat dining experience at either Brockway or Harrison Dining Halls. Please note, the dining halls are only open when classes are in session; they are not available during academic breaks or over the summer. 

If you would like lunch in either dining hall to be a part of your campus visit, you will need to register for the 2 pm tour* and your visit will look like the schedule below. Be sure to arrive between 11:15 and 11:45 am on the day of your visit so you'll have plenty of time to explore all the dining hall has to offer.

11:15 - 11:45 am:

Arrive at Undergraduate Admissions to check in and purchase your lunch tickets

11:30 am - 12:45 pm:
Lunch in Dining Hall
12:50 pm:
Return to Undergraduate Admissions
1 - 2 pm:
Information Session with Undergraduate Admissions
2 - 3:30 pm:
Campus Tour

 

*On Columbus Day, Veterans Day and other large visit days, visitors are permitted to purchase lunch in the dining halls for either the 9 am or 2 pm tour times. If you choose to attend the 2 pm tour, your schedule will be the same as above. If you choose to attend the 9 am tour, your day will look like this:

8:45 am:

Arrive at Undergraduate Admissions to check in and purchase your lunch tickets

9 - 10:30 am:
Campus Tour
10:30 - 11:30 am:
Information Session with Undergraduate Admissions
11:30 am - 12:45 pm:
Lunch in Dining Hall

 

I am scheduling a group visit. Can my group eat on campus?

Yes. The College at Brockport is proud to be highly rated in SUNY for dining services by our own students and offers the same on-campus dining options to our group visitors as noted above. If you would like dining on campus to be part of your group visit, please indicate that on your request form and we will work with you to make the necessary accommodations.

It is important for us to know if your group plans to eat on campus -- even if you are planning to go to Union Square or the Kinetic Kafe instead of a dining hall -- so that we can alert Dining Services to ensure they prepare an adequate amount of food.