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A Temporary Academic Leave is defined by The College at Brockport as an approved complete, temporary withdrawal from the College. A Leave has two advantages: it "freezes" your academic requirements, allowing you to retain the requirements in place when you last enrolled. A Leave also allows you to register without being readmitted. All matriculated undergraduates will be granted a Temporary Academic Leave upon withdrawing except:
students who are in their first semester back after an academic dismissal, or
students who have been reinstated following a dismissal.
A Temporary Academic Leave is good for a maximum of three consecutive semesters. A Leave for part of a semester counts as one semester. Please be aware that students who earn no credits at Brockport for three consecutive semesters (by any combination of not enrolling, failing, or withdrawing) and are not registered in the fourth semester will be formally separated from the College, and will need to reapply. This is regardless of Leave status granted previously. Get more information about readmittance.
The deadline to submit a Temporary Academic Leave for the Fall 2017 semester is Friday December 1, 2017 at 5 pm.
Note: These forms are for matriculated undergraduate students only. If you are a graduate student, contact the The Center for Graduate Studies. Non-matriculated students should contact Registration and Records.
Should I take a Temporary Academic Leave?
Many students seek this option because they are doing poorly academically and look at withdrawal as a way out. You may have better options. Contact your advisor, your professors, or Student Retention to discuss your options and see if a Temporary Academic Leave is your best choice. These options are further discussed here.
Students may withdraw from individual courses by dropping the course in Banner Web
prior to a semester, or by completing a Course Withdrawal Form during the semester,
available from Registration and Records. See further information on withdrawing from
a course through Registration and Records here.
When students are absent from classes exceeding one week for extenuating circumstances beyond the student’s control, the student may notify the secretary in the Office of the Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs at (585) 395-2772 / 2137. The secretary will then notify the faculty members of the absence in writing. This notification is not an excuse nor does it obligate the faculty member in any way, nor does this relieve the student from his or her obligation to complete assignments. If you are Leaving the College completely, please read the options below to see which is best for you. Non-matriculated students should contact Registration and Records.
For further information, contact
To request a Leave or Inactive Status, review policies or discuss your decision: |
Academic Success Center
Cooper Hall C7
Phone: (585) 395-5397; Fax: (585) 395-5243
OR Follow the link on our website
For billing, holds, recalculation of aid eligibility and
Office of Student Accounts, (585) 395-2473
For re-admittance to the College (if Inactive):
Office of Undergraduate Admissions, (585) 395-2751 or
Office of Graduate Admissions, (585) 395-5465
For evaluation of courses taken at other colleges:
Office of Academic Advisement, (585) 395-2711
For financial aid:
Financial Aid Office, (585) 395-2501
Office of Registration and Records, (585) 395-2531