Check out the College Events Calendar for more opportunities. Our Interfaith Calendar includes information about some of the many religious holy days celebrated by faculty, staff, and students at SUNY Brockport.
The Lavender Ceremony is an informal graduation ceremony held by universities to honor and celebrate their LGBTQIA+ students and Allies. This event is not meant to replace commencement, but to compliment it. It is a time to celebrate the student's accomplishments and contributions to the university.
The ALANA Ceremony is a celebration to honor graduating ALANA (African, Latinx, Asian, and Native American) students as well as allies. This celebration acknowledges the contributions and achievements of the graduating students of color both individually and collectively.
Community Conversations is a series of open-dialogue conversations hosted by the Office of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion, which focuses on issues of diversity, identity, and equity and works to promote a more tolerant and accepting campus community. The content varies from semester to semester and primarily serves to address societal issues relevant to students and staff on campus.