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Winter Session ’16

Tuition and Fees


Due to the abbreviated duration of WinterSession '16, students will not receive an e-Billing statement. Students can view and pay their balance by logging into Web Banner, accessing the "Student Accounts" menu located on the "Student Services" tab, and selecting either the "View Recent Account Activity" or "Pay Your Bill" option.

All tuition and fees must be paid in full by Monday, January 4, 2016. Failure to remit payment in full by January 4, 2016, may result in the assessment of a $30 per month late fee, the denial of transcript release, diploma release and future course enrollment privileges, and removal from current course enrollment.

There is no payment plan available for WinterSession '16.

Note: Non-attendance does not constitute dropping or withdrawing from a course.

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The mailing address is The College at Brockport, Office of Student Accounts and Accounting, 350 New Campus Drive, Brockport, NY, 14420-2938.

Regardless of the method of registration (online, Fax, or in-person), all students must go online to Affirm Enrollment and Accept Financial Responsibility by Friday, December 4, 2015, to reserve their course. Students who register after December 4, 2015 must Affirm Enrollment and Accept Financial Responsibility by the close of business on the business day following their registration. Students who have not done so will be removed from their class.

WinterSession '16 Tuition and Fees

Undergraduate Courses for NY State Residents
On-Campus, Off-Site, or Online Undergraduate Courses
Tuition/ Fees Undergraduate Course
(1 credit)
Undergraduate Course
(2 credits)
Undergraduate Course
(3 credits)
Tuition $270.00 $540.00 $810.00
College Fee $.85 $1.70 $2.55
Technology Fee $14.75 $29.50 $44.25
Student Recreation Fee $3.13 $6.26 $9.39
Health Center Fee $25.00 $25.00 $25.00
Total $313.73 $602.46 $891.19


Graduate Courses for NY State Residents
On-Campus, Off-Site or Online Graduate Courses
Tuition/Fees Graduate Course
(3 credits)
Tuition $1,359.00
College Fee $2.55
Technology Fee $44.25
Student Recreation Fee $9.39
Health Center Fee $25.00
Total $1,440.19

All charges, including tuition and fees, are subject to change without notice.

Please contact the Office of Student Accounts and Accounting at (585) 395-2473 if you have any questions about the tuition/fee charges or out-of-state tuition costs. The Office of Student Accounts and Accounting is located on the second floor of the Rakov Student Center.

Financial Aid for WinterSession '16 

Federal Financial Aid is available for WinterSession '16. As a result of regulations starting with the 2008-2009 academic year, WinterSession '16 is considered as part of the Spring semester for federal financial aid purposes only. This means that if a student is registered for three credits during WinterSession '16, and nine credits during Spring '16, they would be considered a full-time student and their federal financial aid would be packaged as such. 

All WinterSession '16 and Spring '16 financial aid will be disbursed together as spring aid and will be disbursed no earlier than five days before the start of the spring semester. Please note:  New York State aid such as TAP and Aid for Part Time Study, are not available for WinterSession '16. Please be aware that all awards are contingent upon funding and your remaining aid eligibility.

To be considered for Federal financial aid for WinterSession '16, a student must be matriculated, and the 2015-2016 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) must be on file in the Financial Aid Office no later than December 1, 2015.

Note: On August 1st, a new software adjusting system was initiated. Financial aid packages are now automatically adjusted based on the actual number of credits that a student is registered for on that date. Subsequently, adding or dropping of a course will cause corresponding adjustments in financial aid. A more detailed explanation of this important change to financial aid processing is available from the Financial Aid Office. For the Spring ’16 semester automatic adjustments based on actual current hours will begin after January 1 and continue until the spring financial aid census date.

The major caveat is that students should be registered for their total number of credits by January 11, 2016 to ensure that the correct amount of aid is credited to the student account and appropriate aid refunds are issued in a timely manner.

Note: Because of this new procedure students will no longer have to submit a WinterSession Financial Aid Application. Any adjustments in the Federal PELL and TEACH Grants will done by the Financial Aid Office. If students wish to receive additional funding they may be eligible for from the Federal Direct Stafford Loan program or the Federal PLUS loan, then they will need to complete the Form G01a which may be obtained from the Financial Aid Office Forms Center.

Please contact the Financial Aid Office at (585) 395-2501 with any questions. The office is located on the first floor of Rakov Center.

Last Updated 12/7/15