Information on this page is for SummerSession '18
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Join us this summer and experience firsthand, our commitment to providing the best public higher education opportunities possible, at both the undergraduate and graduate level
SummerSession '18 registration begins Monday, March 19.
Our SummerSession program is tailored to accommodate diverse schedules, with more than 250 undergraduate and graduate courses from mid-May to early August. We offer high demand face-to-face, online and hybrid courses, to keep your academic program on track, catch up, or get ahead. Courses are taught by distinguished faculty, and students have access to extraordinary classroom, library and computing facilities. In addition to classroom experiences, we also offer internships and study abroad opportunities.
SummerSession registration is available to current and former students who have registered for a Brockport course within the past two years.
New Brockport Students
This includes students:
- Who have not registered for a course at The College at Brockport within the past two years or have just graduated from the College
- Are not matriculated at Brockport and have not registered for a course at The College at Brockport within the past two years.
New students need to complete a New Student Form in order to register for SummerSession classes. Once the completed form has been submitted and processed, a student record will be created for you, which will allow you to register for SummerSession '18 courses.
SummerSession '18 Calendar
|Monday, May 14||First Day of Session I|
|Friday, May 25||Last Day of Session I|
|Monday, May 28||Memorial Day, College Closed|
|Tuesday, May 29||First Day of Session II|
|Saturday, June 30||Last Day of Session II|
|Monday, July 2||First Day of Session III|
|Wednesday, July 4||Independence Day, College Closed|
|Saturday, August 4||Last Day of Session III|
|Dates Vary||Special Sessions|
Special Summer Sessions
In addition to the standard summer Sessions I, II and III, there are Special Sessions with non-standard class schedules that vary throughout the summer. For all courses, look closely at the meeting dates and times. Courses shorter than five weeks may require readings and/or assignments before classes begin. Course notes with specific details can be found online by clicking on the underlined Course Reference Number (CRN) on the online course schedule.