Golden Eagle Orientation is required for all incoming students.
Orientation is an exciting and important first step in your college journey! We can’t wait to meet you and help you navigate this new experience.
Golden Eagle Orientation is designed to help you:
- Make connections with other new students and peers
- Understand your fall course schedule and academic requirements
- Find out how you can become involved on campus and make your mark
- Learn about resources that will support you both on and off campus
- Understand important policies and procedures
Last Chance Golden Eagle Orientation
August 26 | 9:00 am - 11:00 am
Liberal Arts Building, McCue Auditorium
Last Chance Orientation allows you to hear from and ask questions of some key offices on campus, including the Academic Success Center, Hazen Center for Integrated Care, Health Promotion and Prevention Education, Financial Aid, Title IX, Student Union and Leadership Activities, and Brockport Auxiliary Services Corporation (BASC).
The services and supports offered by these offices will be key in ensuring a strong start to your time at Brockport. Make sure to register online.
Students attending a session are permitted to bring only one (1) guest due to space limitations. Guests will attend separate, but concurrent information sessions designed to help them understand processes, procedures, and how to support their new Golden Eagle during their transition to SUNY Brockport. If a second guest is necessary, please contact us for accommodations.
If you have travel concerns, accommodation needs, or are unable to attend one of these sessions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The next several months are going to be full of excitement! We want to make sure you have all the information you need to make this transition as smooth as possible. Be sure to Visit Brockport Bound for a First-Year Student Checklist.
The First Year Orientation Programs fee covers all expenses associated with your first-year experience, including summer orientation, Welcome Week activities, first-year seminar related costs, and orientation events throughout the first semester. The $200 fee is placed on the student bill and cannot be waived.