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General Information and Academic Calendar
- The College President's Welcome
- The College Mission
- The College Faculty
- The Student Body
- Faculty-Student Rights, Responsibilities, and Expectations
- A Better Community Statement
- Student Participation in Assessment Activities
- The Village of Brockport
- The College Campus
- Centers and Institutes for Research, Learning and Service
- The Academic Calendar, 1999-2000 through 2000-2001
The College President's Welcome
Welcome to SUNY College at Brockport, and welcome to an important project--namely, your success. For this project to be completed, you and we, the College, will have to form a partnership. Your responsibility will be to set high expectations for yourself and work conscientiously to fulfill those expectations. Our responsibility will be to provide all the needed enabling conditions for your success--outstanding faculty and staff, excellent programs, many opportunities for student research, extensive facilities, and a rich variety of co-curricular programs. This Graduate Catalog is a comprehensive guide to the many resources which the College has to offer.
What exactly do we mean by your success? In the first instance, we mean substantial learning and growth on your part. We hope that, as a result of your experience at the College, you will develop, among other things, the capacity to think critically and creatively, an understanding of, and the ability to, conduct research, and the disposition to see yourself as a human being who is bound to other human beings by ties of recognition and concern. The knowledge, skills, and dispositions that you acquire will serve you well in all that you do--career, citizenship, and fulfilling life. They will also serve you for a lifetime.
In addition to being an important reference, this catalog is a good place for you to begin your exploration of SUNY College at Brockport. You have my best wishes.
Paul Yu President
The College Mission
The State University of New York College at Brockport
Is committed to providing a liberal arts and professional education--at both the under graduate and graduate level--for those who have the necessary ability and motivation to benefit from high quality public higher education;
Has the success of its students as its highest priority, encompassing admission to graduate and professional schools, job placement, civic engagement in a culturally diverse society and in globally interdependent communities, and especially student learning; and
Is committed to advancing scholarship, creative endeavors, and service to the College community and the greater society by supporting the activities of an outstanding faculty and staff.