Students should declare a major no later than the end of their second year. To formally declare a major you will need to complete a major declaration form and submit it to the academic department of your intended major. Once you have completed the major declaration process, the department will assign an academic advisor.
As a second-year student, you will begin to experience increasingly more difficult courses as you progress in your major. It is important for you to develop study and learning strategies to enhance your academic experience. he SLC offers a variety of programs that we believe are particularly helpful for second-year student success.
Academic Advisement provides students with information and advice concerning academic policies and procedures, evaluates transcripts from other institutions to determine Brockport credit, conducts the College's probation and dismissal program, coordinates the Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS) and provides information and advice concerning academic eligibility for financial aid.
One of Brockport's most unique and exceptional leadership opportunities, the LDP provides students with an chance to make great strides in personal and professional leadership growth. Work your way through the three levels of Leadership Certification, and you will have an amazing experience and accolades to add to your resume and professional career. Contact Kim Piatt or learn more about the Program.
Did you know that Brockport awards more than $3 million in scholarships and grants annually? And it has never been easier to search for opportunities that are perfect for you! Get started on your search for financial support here.
The College at Brockport advertises over 100 jobs on-campus, as well as opportunities for area employers. Learn more here.
Studying abroad is one of the richest and most unique collegiate experiences available, and this is the best time to do it! Brockport and the SUNY network have an amazing array of programs available to students, and it is probably much easier to fit it into your four year plan and your budget than you think! Contact the Office of International Education for more information.