Congratulations and welcome to graduate study at The College at Brockport. Please download and print the Newly Admitted Student Checklist as it contains the necessary tasks to complete your enrollment.
MasterPieces (below) is an online new student packet we have created to ensure a smooth transition to The College at Brockport. Please bookmark this page as the information posted here will be beneficial to you both now and in the future.
You will need to know your Brockport email address as official communication from the College will be delivered to this email address. You will also need to know your BannerID. Please be sure to save this number and use it in place of your social security number when conducting business with the College. Lastly, you will need to know your NetID to access computing resources at The College at Brockport. Information explaining how to obtain this information follows:
1. Go to www.brockport.edu/bounce/cislogon and logon or Select "Online Services", then click "Campus Information System".
2. Enter your BannerID and Pin.
3. Click "Personal Information".
4. Click "View Email Address".
5. Click "Back".
6. Click "SUNY Brockport NetID information and password reset".
The Course Schedule is available on the Web. On the Brockport home page:
The online course schedule provides up-to-date information on the number of seats available in each course. Please note that enrollment in selected courses may be limited to matriculated students and/or may require departmental approval.
Once you have selected a course, you may register online using the online registration system. On the Brockport home page:
ALL students will need to go online and "affirm enrollment and accept financial responsibility" on the Enrollment Agreement screen to reserve their courses. Instructions are available on the Web at www.brockport.edu/registrar/faq.
The College at Brockport no longer issues paper student bills. Please use the online bill payment system to view and/or pay your student bill. Visit the student accounts office at: www.brockport.edu/bursar.
The policies listed on the graduate student policies page pertain specifically to both matriculated and non-degree students enrolled in graduate courses at The College at Brockport. However, graduate students should carefully note that there are also policies listed in other categories that apply to all students at the College, including graduate students. For example, the Grade Appeal Policy, found under the "Academic Policies" category, is applicable to all students. It is, therefore, strongly recommended that graduate students review these other policy sections.
Before classes begin, you must provide the Student Health Center with immunizations as outlined below:
MMR: All registered students, regardless of number of credits taken, born during or after 1957 must provide proof of immunity against measles, mumps, and rubella OR vaccination of 2 Measles, 1 Mumps, 1 Rubella
Provide date of meningitis vaccine
decline the vaccine online
These requirements must be completed before classes begin or the student will be deregistered and not permitted to attend classes. In addition, a hold will be placed on your account and you will be charged a fee to re-register the classes.
Specific information can be found at http://www.brockport.edu/healthctr/immunizations.html.
Health Insurance coverage is mandatory for full-time students taking twelve (12) or more credit hours. Please refer to the Health Center web site for further information at www.brockport.edu/healthctr/info/insurance.html.
ANGEL is a Learning Management System (LMS) that has been used at The College at Brockport. It is a web-based software program that enables students to access material posted by faculty, instructors, and teaching assistants. ANGEL may be used in any academic discipline and it is also used extensively for communication within majors and minors groups and by academic advisors. For more information on ANGEL, please visit angel.brockport.edu.
Get your textbooks, both new and used, and your College at Brockport gear the at Barnes and Noble Bookstore. The online order form is available on the website at Barnes and Noble website.
If you are planning to park on the College at Brockport campus, you will need to purchase a parking permit. The parking permit e-form along with other important information is available on the Parking Services website at www.basc1.com/parking/.
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Please visit Career Services at www.brockport.edu/career.
As a graduate student at The College at Brockport, the Drake Memorial Library offers you numerous services. You have access to over 90 databases and the ability to borrow books and full-text articles from other libraries for your research needs. You also have access to a librarian via phone at (585) 395-2760, email at AskDrake, or Instant Messenger (screen name = DrakeRef). For further information on the Brockport main campus, please contact Jennifer Kegler at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit us on the web at: www.brockport.edu/library/.
The MetroCenter now has its own satellite library and librarian. Contact Linda Hacker by phone at (585) 395-8476 or by email at email@example.com for personal assistance with any of your research needs.
Your Eagle One ID Card is your official university identification. You'll use it as your library card, for vending machines, to buy books, to get in to sporting events, and much, much more. To obtain you ID card you must go in person to the Dining Services Office on the first floor of Brockway Hall. For more information visit the Basc website at www.basc1.com/ID_Cards/index.htm.
Brockport Auxiliary Service Corporation (BASC) has created some great meal plans for our commuter students. For more information visit the BASC web site at: www.basc1.com/ and select dining services. You may also choose to use the Easy Money Debit Card Program. Easy Money is accessed via your Eagle One College ID card and let's you purchase virtually everything you need both on and off campus.
The Office for Students with Disabilities (OSD) provides support and assistance to self-identified students with disabilities. Among the services provided are those related to accessibility of campus facilities, reasonable accommodations, advocacy for student needs and referral to appropriate governmental and community agencies. For more information visit our website at www.brockport.edu/osd/.
The Student Learning Center provides a wide variety of academic support services during the fall and spring semesters to meet student needs. For more information visit our website at www.brockport.edu/~slc/.
Answers to the questions students and parents ask most often about campus safety can be found on the University Police website at www.brockport.edu/up.
The Veterans Affairs Office at The College at Brockport is here to provide information about the veterans educational benefits available to veterans and children of veterans who plan on attending The College at Brockport. Information such as U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs programs, how to request a military transcript, grants and scholarships, and institutional benefits such as bill deferrals and parking discounts. For more information visit our website at www.brockport.edu/finaid/veterans.htm.