SUNY Brockport Goes Test-Optional
You can officially apply to Brockport without submitting SAT or ACT scores.Close
Choose Your Application
Please choose only ONE of the following applications to fill out.
Submit application fee: $50
Required with either option; pay within the chosen application system.
This fee is required with either option. For information on fee waivers, please contact your high school guidance counselor or the application processing center.
Submit required documents
After completing your application, submit any additional requirements, like your transcripts, letters of recommendation, additional essay or statement, and SAT/ACT scores (again these are optional but are required for certain programs).
Applicants are admitted to the College and not to a major. A separate application or prerequisite courses may be required for admission to your intended major.
Track your Progress
You can track your application status in our online system and check for any missing documents or additional required items.Check Application Status
- Non-Degree Seeking
Students wishing to take up to 24 credits, non-degree seeking.
Students who have separated from the College because of an expired leave of absence, graduation, or academic dismissal.
Visiting students are matriculated at another college but are taking classes at The College at Brockport.
- Second Degree
Students who have earned an undergraduate degree and wish to earn a second baccalaureate degree.
- Veterans & Military
Students who have served or are serving in the US Armed Forces.
- Dual Admission
Students who are enrolled in a Dual Admit agreement at FLCC, GCC, MCC, or NCCC.
International students should visit our Office of International Education website.
Statement of Non Discrimination
SUNY Brockport does not discriminate on the basis of sex in any education program or activity that it operates, which extends to admissions and employment; Title IX and its regulations prohibit such discrimination. Inquiries about the application of Title IX may be referred to Denine Carr, Title IX Coordinator at (585) 395-5066 and/or to the Department of Education Office for Civil Rights.