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The Brockport Student Government is The College at Brockport's premier student-led organization. BSG is a trilateral government composed of democratically elected officers who lead the executive, legislative and judicial branches. BSG is also the umbrella organization for over 60 student organizations and clubs categorized into four groups: academic, cultural, fine arts and service. As its mission, the Brockport Student Government strives to provide students with support services, programming for both social and academic activities, and opportunities for student excellence.
At The College at Brockport, we value student leadership development. One way in which we provide structured leadership development opportunities is through the leadership certificate programs based primarily on the Social Change Model of Leadership Development. Students begin the program with the Green Certificate and work their way up to the Capstone experience.
myBrockport is a great tool for students to learn about various student organizations on campus. On myBrockport, you can see when organizations meet, upcoming events, photos from prior events and much more.
The College at Brockport has six nationally recognized fraternities and sororities. The College affirms that social fraternities and sororities can have a positive impact on the educational and social experience of their membership and the campus community.
The College offers community service opportunities that support its members as they facilitate positive social change. Through the Office of Community Development, we offer community service opportunities such as Saturday of Service, Make A Difference Day, Holiday Helping Hand, and service learning trips including Team Memphis.
OSD provides services according to each student's individual documentation. Services include, but are not limited to: oral and sign language interpreters, notetakers, extended testing (i.e., alternative testing site), texts on tape, and priority registration. Services are arranged individually on an as-needed basis.
Prevention and Outreach Services provides The College at Brockport with services, programs and interventions that address the biological, psychological and social factors that impact the health of individuals, student groups and the campus community.
Programming on Friday and Saturday nights between the hours of 10 pm and 2 am, planned by students who are part of the Late Night with Ellsworth crew and by recognized student clubs and organizations.
The College's own student-run newspaper.
College radio station.
Poetry Out Loud Recitation Competition
6 pm - 8 pm
American Democracy Project Lecture: Janet Poppendieck
5 pm - 5:45 pm