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There are requirements, deadlines and important information you need to review and respond to prior to the start of your first semester. Please review the dates below. If you have questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (585) 395-5397.
Be sure to check back often before arriving on campus. Updates will be made throughout the spring and summer.
Course Registration & Advisement
The earlier you pay your deposit, the earlier you can register for classes, according to the registration schedule.
- Upon receipt of deposit: The Office of Academic Advisement will contact you regarding registration for your fall 2018 classes.
- Approximately 2 weeks after initial contact from Academic Advisement: You will be contacted by your academic department for advisement and registration
for the upcoming fall 2018 semester.
- After the advisement session, your faculty advisor will provide an Advisement Key Number which will enable you to go online and register for classes.
- After completing the two items above, you are ready to register for classes.
- Other required actions in Web Banner as part of registration include:
- Affirming Enrollment and Accepting Financial Responsibility
- Accepting the Code of Student Conduct (available the day following course registration)
- Accepting any "offered" financial aid funding, including your financial aid package
- Late Registration
- If you pay your deposit after the regular registration period has ended, your academic department will contact you approximately 2 weeks after the receipt of your deposit.
- You will be able to register after your advisement appointment.
- Other required actions before starting classes
- Final college transcripts and high school transcripts (if necessary). Forward official transcripts to the Office of Undergraduate Admissions.
Your immunization records are required to be submitted to the Hazen Center for Integrated Care prior to the start of classes.
Student Health Information
Review the College at Brockport Health Insurance Policy.
Welcome Program for New Students
You are invited to attend one of our New Transfer Student Welcome events: Dates TBA. The welcome program is a great way to meet Transfer Peer Mentors and get to know other new transfer students. Learn more about academic expectations and student resources as well. You'll also have an opportunity to get your Eagle One ID (student ID).
RSVP is required. Further information TBA.
Before the Start of Your First Semester
Be sure to complete the transfer checklist before the beginning of classes in August.
Online Orientation (Mandatory)
Complete Online Orientation Modules once your have received your official invitation to complete the online orientation.
PLEASE NOTE: New transfer students will be charged a transfer orientation fee of $75 (placed on student bill.) The fee is used to offset expenses associated with the College's registration and orientation activities for new transfer students. It is assessed to all students who enter as transfers with 24 or more credits and covers the cost of the first semester advisement, registration and all orientation events during and before the first semester. Students who do not attend all orientation events are still assessed the fee.
Think About It Training (Mandatory)
All new transfer students are required to complete an online educational program called--Think About It. This program covers a wide range of topics from stress management, relationships (healthy vs. unhealthy), alcohol and other drugs and also covers the College’s policies and resources we have for you at the College. The good news is it only takes about 2.5 - 3 hours to complete and you can complete this program at your convenience and on any computer. For questions or concerns contact Karen Logsdon, (585) 395-2137.
What else is there to do?
- Apply for housing with Residential Life/Learning Communities
- Consider opening an Easy Money account.
- Join myBrockport.
- Obtain Eagle One Student ID Card
- Purchase Parking Permit
- Purchase textbooks
- Register for Disability Services (if applicable).
- Register for the 9th Annual Saturday of Service. The College offers community service opportunities that support its students as they improve lives, strengthen communities, and foster civic engagement through service and volunteering.
Please refer to other links on our site for more information:
- Advisement and Registration
- Tuition, Financial Aid and Scholarships
- Dining services
- Barnes & Noble Bookstore
- Career Services, Internships & Student Employment
- Get Involved
- Technology Resources
- Student Learning Center
- Disability Services
- Academic Calendar
- Student Policies
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