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Parking

Parking options include on-street (free after 6:00 pm), Washington Square Garage, Midtown Garage, and Court Street. 

If you are taking classes primarily at Brockport Downtown, you do not need to purchase a Student Parking permit from the main campus.

ID Cards

The College at Brockport issued ID cards are required each time you enter the facility and must be shown upon request by security or Brockport Downtown staff. ID photos are taken at the main campus in Brockway or at Brockport Downtown on the 5th floor in room 559. Hours are posted on the door.

Stolen ID's with a police report are replaced for free. Lost ID's without a police report are $25 through BASC.

Textbooks

Students taking classes at Brockport Downtown or online can receive FREE ground shipping from Barnes and Noble. Please call the Barnes and Noble (main campus location - (585)395-2554) after receiving your confirmation receipt to indicate the request for Brockport Downtown delivery.  There is also a full service bookstore on the 1st floor of REOC. Easy Money is accepted at Barnes and Noble.

Food Options

B-STRO Restaurant is located on the 1st floor of REOC. The B-Stro is part of the REOC’s culinary training program. Hours are posted.

Safety/Emergency Information

Remember to PARK SMART! This includes locking your car and not leaving any items visible. We advise not giving money to panhandlers and also walking to your cars after class with classmates. As mentioned, Eagle One Student ID cards must be presented to security when entering facility.

Remember that REOC and Brockport Downtown are separate operations. Please keep this in mind when you are looking for closings. If REOC is closed but The College at Brockport is open, you still have class. Closings due to weather and other emergencies will be communicated on The College at Brockport homepage.

Lost & Found

If you have lost an item, Lost & Found is located on the 1st floor of the REOC building at the Welcome Center. Items can also be dropped off to a staff member or to security if found.

Library Services

The librarian is located in Room 564 at Brockport Downtown. Walk-in hours will be from 2-7pm Monday-Thursday. You can reach the Librarian at (585) 395-8476. Services include Inter Library Loan, Reference, Course Reserves, Tech Tools, and Instruction. For more information, please visit our guide.

Computer & Printing Access

Students are allocated 450 single/600 double sided black and white pages per semester. Student scanners/copiers are located next to the library (Room 517). Follow the signs posted on the wall while getting off the elevator.

Tutoring

The Academic Success Center (ASC) offers a real-time writing tutoring program for students who are not able to travel to the Brockport campus. Writing tutors can help you talk through an assignment, articulate a thesis, focus your paragraphs, improve transitions, identify confusing passages or mistakes in grammar and punctuation, and cite your sources correctly.

To access remote writing tutoring before 7 p.m.:

  • Call (585) 395-2293 to schedule an appointment.  Tell the ASC staff member that you wish to make an appointment for Remote Writing Tutoring.
  • You will be given the following information for your appointment: phone number, email address, date, and time.  Write this information down.
  • Send your paper to the email address you were given at least 15 minutes before your appointment.
  • Call the number you’ve been given at your scheduled appointment time.  If possible, call from a hands-free phone.
  • Have an electronic or hard copy of your paper in front of you during your phone conversation with the writing tutor. 

To access online writing tutoring through STAR-NY between 7 p.m.-Midnight (Sundays-Thursdays):

  • STAR-NY tutors are available on a first-come, first-served basis and are available Sundays through Thursdays from 7:00-11:59 p.m.
  • Go to: http://www.starny.org/tutoring_schedule and click "request a tutor" and login using your netID and password

Student Accessibility Services

Student Accessibility Services provides support and assistance to students with medical, physical, emotional, or learning disabilities; as well as students with temporary injuries/impairments.

Main Campus Resources

Last Updated 7/1/20

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