Welcome, New Students!
Now that you have chosen The College at Brockport, an orientation is in order! Brockport's orientation programs provide new students and their families the opportunity to acclimate to the campus, become acquainted with faculty and staff, and meet other students.
New students have a number of orientation options. The Freshman Orientation is offered over the summer in five sessions broken down by College type. New transfer students have a variety of transfer student orientation experiences ranging from online to in-person. There are also orientation sessions designed specifically for Arthur O. Eve Educational Opportunity Program students as well as International students.
At The College at Brockport, you begin to socialize with others sharing similar academic interests immediately: each orientation session is devoted to one of our academic Schools.Information About Freshman Summer Orientation
Although you are welcome to attend any session that best fits into your schedule, it is RECOMMENDED that you attend the session your School is devoted to. If you are unable to do so, you will not be missing information specific to your academic major. We provide students the same information at each session. Once you register for one of the sessions via Web Banner, please register any guests you plan to bring to Summer Orientation by clicking the link provided in the confirmation email.
Session One, June 23-24:
- Biology, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Computer Science, Earth Sciences, Environmental Science and Biology, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology
Session Two, June 26-27:
- Health Science; Kinesiology, Sport Studies, Physical Education; Nursing; Recreation and Leisure Studies
Session Three, July 1-2:
Counselor Education, Criminal Justice, Education and Human Development, Educational Administration, Public Administration, Social Work
PLEASE NOTE: This session is intended for students planning to enter the Childhood Inclusive Education Program (grades 1-6). Students pursuing Adolescence Inclusive Education Program with or without the Middle School Extension (grades 5-12), should attend the session which their academic major belongs.
Honors College Students (regardless of their academic major)
Session Four, July 7-8:
Accounting, Economics, Finance, and Management Information Systems; Business Administration
Session Five, July 10-11:
African & African-American Studies, Anthropology, Art, Communication, Dance, English, History, Modern Languages and Cultures, Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology, Theater, Visual Studies Workshop, Women and Gender Studies
Additional Orientation Program
The Orientation program continues throughout Welcome Week, which helps residential students settle into their new rooms and prepares everyone for their first college semester.
UNDECLARED STUDENTS may attend any session.
DELTA COLLEGE STUDENTS should attend the session devoted to their academic major.
HONORS COLLEGE STUDENTS should attend Session Three (July 1-2).
3+3 Doctorate in Physical Therapy students should choose a session based on their academic major (Biology, Health Science or Exercise Physiology).
Transfer Student Orientation
There is an Online Orientation that must be completed before the end of the first week of classes in order to avoid a hold placed on your account. In addition, there will be a transfer program offered on Saturday of Welcome Week.
More information about Transfer Orientation is available on the Transfer Year web page. Please email transfer orientation questions to email@example.com or contact us at (585) 395-5439.
All new International Students are required to attend the orientation session that is presented at the beginning of the semester by the Office of International Education. Visit the International Student Orientation web page for details about arrival dates and move in.
Visit the EOP web page for more details.
If you have questions, please contact Gabe Marshall at (585)395-5434 firstname.lastname@example.org.