The College at Brockport is committed to providing a full range of services to our SummerSession '19 students.
- Academic Success Center (ASC)
Albert W. Brown Building
Advisement and Retention
Phone: (585) 395-2711
Advisement & Retention provides academic advisement and developmental programming for all undergraduate students to strengthen and improve their academic, social, personal, and career development.
Phone: (585) 395-2293
ASC Tutoring is a comprehensive tutoring service that included tutoring for math, writing and many specific courses across the disciplines. Additionally, we offer workshops and learning skills programming. Student and professional tutors help students develop critical thinking, problem solving, writing, and learning strategies. Services are free of charge and available to both undergraduate and graduate level students. Some online tutoring is available through STAR-NY at www.starny.org/tutoring_schedule.
Student Accessibility Services
Phone: (585) 395-5409
Student Accessibility Services exists to support to students with medical, physical, emotional or learning disabilities; as well as students with temporary injuries/impairments. The office coordinates review of appropriate documentation and the delivery of reasonable accommodations ensuring access to the campus environment. Services may also include accessibility of campus facilities, advocacy for student needs, referral to appropriate governmental and community agencies.
- Barnes & Noble Bookstore
The Barnes & Noble Bookstore in the Seymour College Union carries new, used, rental, and digital textbooks, as well as gifts, cards, supplies, Brockport clothing, drinks and snacks. Textbooks may be ordered online at Brockport.bncollege.com. Returns are allowed during the first two days of each summer session, with a receipt. There is no shipping charge for off-campus students taking all of their courses off-site.
Summer bookstore hours are 9 am - 4 pm, Monday - Thursday, and 9 am - 1 pm on Fridays, while being closed on the weekends. Bookstore hours will be extended to 8:30 am - 6 pm on the first two days of each session (May 20 & 21, June 3 & 4, and July 8 & 9).
Any questions? Feel free to give us a call and we will be glad to assist you.
- Brockport Child Development Center
The Brockport Child Development Center, located on campus in Cooper Hall, is enrolling now for an exciting summer full of fun activities. Our Campus Kids program has 10 weeks of theme-based activities with weekly field trips for children who have completed kindergarten through age 12. Enrollment is open now and spaces are limited so call to reserve your spot today.
We also have spots available in our Infants, Toddlers, Twoodlers and Preschool progams. If you are in need of full or part time care for your 8 week-5 year old, call us for more information.
- Brockport Downtown
161 Chestnut Street, Rochester, New York 14604
(5th Floor of the REOC Building)
The College at Brockport, Brockport Downtown, is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Rochester, NY, and is an extension of The College at Brockport's main campus. For more information, please contact the MetroCenter by phone at (585) 395-8000 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Brockport Downtown is located on the 5th floor of the REOC building, offering both undergraduate and graduate courses for Brockport students. Brockport Downtown hosts The College at Brockport Administrative Offices, College at Brockport IT Services, classrooms, student lounge, faculty and staff lounge, College at Brockport BASC IDs and printing, College at Brockport library services, College at Brockport remote tutoring services.
- Campus Recreation
The Special Events Recreation Center, or SERC, is one of our new state-of-the-art facility on campus. This 138,000 square foot, three-story building serves as the home for Campus Recreation.
Campus Recreation provides students and members with a variety of opportunities to recreate through Informal Recreation, Fitness and Wellness, Club Sports and Intramurals, and Instructional Programs. The office oversees and operates the Special Events Recreation Center which features the Fitness Center, Group Exercise Studio, and House of Fields. Apart from offering a host of sport and recreation facilities and programs, Campus Recreation is one of the largest employers on campus with more than 130 student employees annually. If you have any questions regarding any of the programs, services, or facilities available feel free to contact membership services at (585) 395-2681 or email email@example.com.
SummerSession '19 SERC Fitness Center Hours Monday-Friday (6 am-8 pm); Saturday-Sunday (8 am-6 pm) May 20 - August 23 Closed Dates (May 27 and July 4)
- Counseling Center
The Counseling Center, located in Hazen Hall at The College at Brockport, promotes the personal development and psychological well-being of all students by providing quality mental health services. The center is open during SummerSession '19, Monday - Friday, 8 am - 4 pm. Please see our website for more detailed information about our staff and services.
Health and Counseling services are provided through the mandatory campus health center fee* and are available to all registered students without an additional visit fee.
*Mandatory Campus Health Center Fee – this fee is separate from your health insurance and is mandatory for all students. Health care received off campus is not covered by this fee. The fee can only be waived by study abroad students participating in an overseas program.
- Dining Options
Dining options are available in the Seymour College Union weekdays during the summer when classes are in session. Visit basc1.org for hours of operation and menu information.
- Drake Memorial Library
Drake Memorial Library
Alternate library hours are in effect for SummerSession '19. Check our hours on the library's website. Contact the Library for more information at (585) 395-2760.
- Eagle One ID Card
Each student is required to have an Eagle One ID card. Cards may be obtained at the BASC Business Office on the first floor of Brockway Hall during summer business hours or at Brockport Downtownat 61 Chestnut Street, Rochester, during their operating hours. You will need to present your course receipt from the Office of Student Accounts and Accounting or your course schedule from the Office of Registration and Records to obtain an Eagle One ID card. You must show your ID card whenever you enter Brockport Downtown.
BASC recognizes the need to provide official Brockport identity for enrolled students in distance learning programs to enable SUNY services offered by other SUNY institutions. BASC provides non-photo ID’s to students enrolled in distance learning (i.e. 100% online or remote sites) who are not attending courses at the main campus or Brockport Downtown. Request a non-photo ID now here.
- Easy Money
Easy Money is a taxable debit spending account accessed via your Eagle One ID card. It’s the easiest way to buy books and food on campus. Better yet, Easy Money is accepted at several off-campus Brockport locations, too. Sign up for Easy Money at the BASC Business Office on the first floor of Brockway Hall or by calling (585) 395-BASC (2272).
(585) 395-2108 or (585) 395-2122
The Office of Residential Life/Learning Communities is pleased to offer varied summer housing options, during all three summer sessions. Please visit our website for more information.
- Information Technology Services
Library, Information, and Technology Services (LITS) is responsible for ensuring the availability of computing, networking, and information resources at the College. The IT Service Desk provides support for a wide variety of technology used at the College. You can contact the IT Service Desk at (585) 395-5151 or through the IT Service portal located at suny.service-now.com. The IT Service Desk is staffed 24/7 throughout the summer.
The following computer labs are available during SummerSession '19:
Computing resources and services are also available at Brockport Downtown, 161 Chestnut Street, Rochester. Call the Brockport Downtown at (585) 395-8000 for more information.
- Parking and Transportation Services
Raye H. Conrad Welcome Center
Summer Hours: 7:45 am-3:30 pm, Monday-Friday
Everyone who parks on campus, including visitors, must register each motor vehicle with Parking and Transportation Services.
All vehicles must be properly registered and display a campus permit. During the first three days of each semester, those without a permit must park in lots V, V1 or X.
Click on the appropriate category for more parking information.
The Parking and Transportation Services works hard to provide safe and adequate parking facilities for all who drive on campus. This office is responsible for the issuance of parking passes, enforcement of parking regulations, coordination of visitor parking services, and providing many transportation alternatives including shuttle services, car sharing and rideshare. In addition, this office provides a Motorist Assistance Program (MAP), lending a helping hand to on-campus drivers who may need a jump start, gas run, lock-out assistance or tires inflated. Eagle Run shuttle does not run during summer.
Parking permits are required during SummerSession '19. Permits purchased by students at the College during the 2018-2019 academic year will be honored. All other students wishing to park on campus during SummerSession '19 will be charged $35. You may purchase a permit by downloading the Summer Registration form and returning it to Parking & Transportation Services or mailing to PTS, 350 New Campus Drive, Brockport, NY, 14420. If parked at a meter, the appropriate fee must be made. Pay stations are available in lots T (Tuttle) and V (SERC). For more information, please call (585) 395-PARK or visit us online.
For Brockport Downtown (161 Chestnut Street, Rochester) parking information/driving directions, call (585) 395-8000.
- The Seymour College Union
The Seymour College Union, managed by Student Union and Activities, is the center of student life at the College. It houses Jitterbugs Cafe, a computer lounge, the BSG Box Office, an automatic teller machine, meeting rooms, a commuter lounge and lockers. It also is home to the Brockport Student Government, The Stylus newspaper, 89.1 The Point radio station, numerous student organizations, Center for Select Respect, Community Development, Conference & Events, Barnes & Noble Bookstore, and many other student services. The Seymour College Union is open Monday - Friday, 8 am - 4 pm during the summer. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Student Accessibility Services
Student Accessibility Services exisits to support students with medical, physical, emotional or learning disabilities, as well as students with temporary injuries/impairments. The office coordinates review of appropriate documentation and the delivery of reasonable accommodations ensuring access to the campus environment. Services may also include accessibility of campus facilities, advocacy for student needs, referral to appropriate governmental and community agencies.
- Student Health Center
- The Health Center is located in Hazen Hall and delivers primary outpatient care to all enrolled students.
- The Health Center is open during SummerSession '19, Monday - Friday, 8 am - 4 pm.
- Office visits and many over-the-counter medications are available without cost or at reduced fees.
- Health services are covered by the mandatory campus health fee* and are available to all registered students without an additional visit fee.
- Students should bring their health insurance card, as their insurance may be billed
for laboratory or other services.
*Mandatory Campus Health Fee – this fee is separate from your health insurance and is mandatory for all students. Health care received off campus is not covered by this fee. The fee can only be waived by study abroad students participating in an overseas program.
- University Police
The University Police, located in Lathrop Hall (117 Monroe Avenue), provide law-enforcement services for The College at Brockport's main campus and community. It is suggested that the University Police phone number (585) 395-2226 be saved in your cell phone directory for ready access in the event of an emergency. Please be aware that calling 9-1-1 from a cell phone will connect with the Monroe County Dispatch Center in downtown Rochester, not with University Police.