The Honors College at The College at Brockport provides endless opportunities for exceptional students like you — we understand your passion for learning and want to give you the tools you need to further your pursuits.
The Honors College Scholarship is awarded to qualified entering freshman students every fall semester. It includes full tuition, an iPad to be used for collaborative learning, a campus parking pass, priority registration, dedicated housing in an Honors Living Learning Community and other benefits.
Admission to the Honors College at Brockport is competitive, with a minimum high school GPA of 94 and SAT score of 1250. All freshmen admitted to the Honors College in the fall semester who are New York State residents are awarded the Honors College Scholarship in the amount of in-state tuition. For out-of-state students, the amount of the scholarship is an award of $10,470 (the Honors Scholarship for out-of-state students is a combination of the in-state Honors Scholarship valued at $6,470 and the Recognition Scholarship award at $4,000. This provides out-of-state students a total value of $10,470 for their Honors Scholarship). The scholarship is renewable for up to four years as long as the recipients maintain the Terms of Award.
The Honors Scholarship is the highest award offered by The College at Brockport and cannot be combined with an Extraordinary Academic Scholarship (Dean's or Presidential) offer. However, out-of-state students who are awarded the Scholar Recognition Award ($4,000) can also receive the Honors Scholarship ($6,470) as along as the student meets the academic requirements for both awards.
If you have previously been offered an Extraordinary Academic Scholarship, your award will be upgraded and increased to reflect the Honors Scholarship and your financial aid package will be adjusted accordingly.
The Honors College at The College at Brockport is designed for our most talented, motivated, and intellectually curious students. Honors students enjoy the challenges and rewards of working closely with distinguished faculty in small, interactive courses and on scholarly research projects. Beyond the classroom, Honors students engage in a variety of community activities that prepare them to become innovative leaders in their chosen profession and global citizens.