From our state-of-the-art Special Events and Recreation Center (SERC) to a variety of auditoriums, meeting rooms, dining and athletic facilities, the College offers many venue choices. Our expert staff can help you determine the perfect location for your special event.
From the 399-seat proscenium style Mainstage Theatre and the 100-seat Black Box Theatre in the Tower Fine Arts Center to the 268-seat Hartwell Theater, we have auditorium space to suit your needs.
We have rooms ranging in capacity from 12 to 100 that can accommodate a variety of conference and meeting set-ups. Many rooms are equipped with presentation capabilities and digital media. Smart carts are also available.
A variety of classrooms are available from traditional lecture style to modern smart rooms. They can accommodate anywhere from 20 to 400 students. Most are presentation ready and can display various media.
Whether you're planning a yoga class, small party, or an arts and craft activity, the College offers a wide array of multi-purpose rooms across campus.
Large Event Space
The House of Fields in SERC, the Ballroom in the Seymour College Union, and the New York Room in Cooper Hall offer spaces for large events ranging from 100 - 5,500 people. These spaces are suitable for large speaking events, concerts, receptions, graduations, and more.
There are many dining options on campus including two all-you-care-to-eat dining halls, a food court, convenience store, late-night pizza and sub shop, and five cafes. Our top rated dining facilities are operated by Brockport Auxiliary Service Corporation.
SERC, Tuttle Athletic Complex, and outdoor athletic spaces provide a variety of facilities to accommodate virtually any sporting event.
SERC features a 10,000 sq. ft. fitness center, running track, dedicated shot put and discus areas, four basketball courts, and tennis courts. The House of Fields can be divided by drop down net to adapt the space for large or small events and to accommodate more than one activity at any given time.
Outdoor athletic facilities include the Eunice Kennedy Shriver Stadium and Bob Boozer Field, the Clark V. Whited Complex for baseball and softball, the A. Huntley Parker Jr. Field for soccer, tennis courts, and field hockey and lacrosse fields.
The College at Brockport campus is full of beautiful green spaces including Special Olympics Park, Alumni Walk, and Commissary Park adjacent to the historic Erie Canal where a canal dock was opened in June of 2012. There are also recreational fields for rugby and other sports as well as a lit basketball court in Commissary Park.
The Alumni House is a Victorian home, located at the east entrance of the College. It is the former home of Principals and Presidents. It is now maintained by the Brockport Alumni Association and Alumni House Committee, with support from donors and is available to rent.
The MetroCenter is an extension of the College's main campus in Brockport and is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Rochester. More than 100 courses are offered in undergraduate and graduate programs each semester. The majority of classes are held in the evenings and on weekends to accommodate working adults.
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