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The Division for Academic Affairs serves a diverse student body enrolled in 50 undergraduate majors and more than 50 masters' programs, teacher certification programs and advanced graduate certificates. Containing the Schools of Arts and Sciences, Business and Management, and Education, Health, and Human Services, as well as the Center for Graduate Studies, the Offices of International Education and Assessment, and Library, Information, and Technological Services, the division includes more than 750 instructional faculty and professional staff, with remarkable achievements in teaching, scholarship and service.
The Division of Advancement is made up of the Offices of Development, Alumni Engagement, Advancement Services, and Finance. In addition to their daily responsibilities, Advancement staff members provide support to the volunteer boards of the Brockport Alumni Association and the Brockport Foundation. The mission of the division is to increase the level of private support in order to sustain the quality and competitiveness of the College's programs and focus on student success, strengthen alumni traditions and networks, and build and sustain long-term relationships that advance the reputation and visibility of the College.
The Division of Enrollment Management & Student Affairs advances learning and community through a rich array of essential services, engagement opportunities and programs to prepare students to become their best selves and create meaningful lives. The division includes numerous functions, including: Academic Advisement, Campus Recreation, Career Services, Community Development, Counseling Center, Financial Aid, Intercollegiate athletics, Registration and Records. Student Conduct, Student Retention, Undergraduate Admissions, and University Police.
The Office of College Communications promotes the mission, reputation, and identity of The College at Brockport to internal and external audiences. This is achieved through targeted marketing strategies and tactics, positive publicity generated in traditional and new media, and/or engaging print and electronic communication.