As a student at The College at Brockport, there are a lot of opportunities to be involved in campus clubs and organizations. Whether you are looking to be involved in an academic club, a professional organization, a fraternity or sorority, or anything else, you will likely find something to take part in here at the College.
The International Student Organization (ISO) is a student-run group that provides opportunities for international students at the College to interact with one another. It provides programs, lectures and other events for students.
Brockport Student Government, otherwise known simply as BSG, is the student-run governing body of The College at Brockport. BSG is heavily involved in student life on campus. They provide funding to most clubs and organizations on campus, run a variety of educational and social events, and are active in promoting community service and involvement. Learn more about BSG here.
There are more than 60 student-run clubs and organizations at The College at Brockport. Click here to see a list.
There are currently 9 social and/or service-oriented fraternities and sororities at The College at Brockport. Fraternities and sororities are groups of men and women, respectively, who are joined together in a common interest or goal. The fraternities and sororities are chapters of national organizations and are often referred to as "Greek" organizations.
To learn more about fraternities and sororities, click here.
The Office of Campus Life is heavily involved in student life on campus. Staff members in this office oversee BSG, clubs and organizations, and the fraternities and sororities on campus. This office is also heavily involved in major campus events such as Welcome Weekend and Homecoming Weekend. The Late Night with Ellsworth program is also run through the Office of Campus Life.
To learn more about Campus Life, click here.
There is always something happening at The College at Brockport. Check out the campus events calendar here.