The College at Brockport utilizes an online application for graduate admission. Please read the application instructions below and use the checklist as a guide.
Master of Science (MS)
Master of Science in Education (MSEd)
Certificate of Advanced Study (CAS)
College Counselor, MSEd
School Counselor (K-12), MSEd
Mental Health Counselor, MS
School Counseling & Supervision, CAS
School Counseling, CAS (online)
Mental Health Counseling Bridge, CAS
School Counseling Bridge, CAS
Dr. Susan Seem
MS & MSEd Programs: February 1 for summer or fall admission, September 1 for spring admission
CAS Programs: April 15 for summer admission, July 15 for fall admission, November 15 for spring admission
** International applicants may apply for fall or spring admission (summer admission not an option)
Please note: Applications received after the published deadlines will be reviewed on a space-available basis.
Part I: Complete and submit the online application along with a non refundable processing fee (Visa, Mastercard, or Discover) at www.brockport.edu/bounce/webapp.
Part II materials: We strongly suggest that you submit all items as quickly as possible to ensure timely review of your application.
- Interview: Applicants invited to the group interview will be required to provide a spontaneous writing sample. The spontaneous writing sample will be used as part of the department’s admissions criteria.
- Please electronically submit the following documents:
Three Letters of Reference: (Please note: We do not accept placement or credential files.)
Please read the submission of Letters of Reference procedure.
Letter of Reference I
Letter of Reference II
Letter of Reference III
Statement of Objectives: Please review the following statement: “Counseling is a professional relationship that empowers diverse individuals, families, and groups to accomplish mental health, wellness, education, and career goals” (ACA, 2010). Furthermore, the Department of Counselor Education at The College at Brockport values self-reflection, taking interpersonal risks, and addressing issues of privilege, power, and difference."
In a well developed essay of no fewer than 700, but no more than 1200 words, describe your plans for a professional or scholarly career, and how you think our program can support your goals. We will evaluate the writing sample for content, style, and general writing ability as part of the admissions process. We suggest you use Microsoft Word or similar software to create your Statement of Objectives and upload it on the Statement of Objectives page.
Please read and sign the:
Retention Policy and Experiential Learning Statement
- Domestic applicants (International applicants refer to Part III materials below): Please request one official transcript from each and every college or university you have ever attended, even if you did not earn a degree there, regardless of perceived relevance of the course work to your current career goals, or the length of time that has passed since you attended. Transcripts must also be obtained from each and every college or university ever attended regardless of whether or not credits earned were later transferred elsewhere. Please instruct each institution to send the transcript directly to The Graduate School via postal mail or electronically via an e-script service such as Scrip Safe. (Please note: The College at Brockport graduates are not required to submit transcripts of their work at The College at Brockport. In addition, if you were already admitted to The College at Brockport as a non-degree student, you do not need to resubmit the transcript(s) you provided as part of that process.)
Mail your transcripts to:
The College at Brockport
The Graduate School - Morgan Hall
350 New Campus Dr.
Brockport, NY 14420
Send e-script to:
Part III materials - International applicants:
We look forward to receiving your application!
If you have additional questions, please feel free to contact our office.
Last Updated 4/11/16