Policies: The College at Brockport

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Academic Honors for Undergraduates
Information on the honors breakdown for undergraduate according to matriculation date.

Adding, Dropping and Withdrawing from Courses
This link addresses policies that have to do with adding, dropping and withdrawing from courses for both undergraduate and graduate students.

Auditing Courses at The College at Brockport
Matriculated, registered students and NYS citizens over 60 years of age may audit courses under certain conditions. Information on how to audit a course.

College Records Access
For information on access to student records.

Confidential Nature of Student Records
Basic information that that deals with the release of student records

Consumer Information Policy
The College must provide complete and accurate information on all pertinent aspects of institutional policies, programs, practices and procedures affecting students.

Credit/Contact Hour Policy
An explanation of how credit hours are assigned to courses, as adopted from SUNY Policy.

Cross-Listed Courses
There are rules that govern credit for a course listed in more than one department (different discipline codes).

Differences between Independent Study and Directed Study
Information on the guidelines for taking an Independent Study or Directed Study.

Dobson Records Retention Policy
This policy sets forth procedures to ensure the integrity of College records.

Final Examination Policy
The College has rules on scheduling final exams and on the student�s right to reschedule final exams under certain conditions.

Freedom of Information Requests
The University complies fully with the New York state "Freedom of Information Law" (Article VI, Public Officers Law, as amended effective January 1, 1978), which was enacted to assure public accountability of state agencies while protecting individuals against unwarranted invasions of personal privacy.

Grade Changes
Information on the policy for a change of grade.

Grade Point Averages (GPA) at the Undergraduate Level
How to compute your undergraduate GPA.

Graduation, Commencement and Diplomas
Information related to graduation, Commencement, and diplomas.

In Case of Emergency (ICE) Contact Information Policy
The College at Brockport requires individuals to provide the institution with an emergency contact.

In-progress (PR) Grades
The grade given for certain courses that cannot be finished in one semester.

Incomplete Grades - Application Process
Information on taking an incomplete grade in a course.

Independent and Directed Study at the Undergraduate Level
This deals with the criteria required to take a course as an Independent or Directed Study.

Mid-Term Grades at the Undergraduate Level
Information on Mid-term Grades at the Undergraduate Students.

Move-The-Box Policy
The SUNY system now requires SUNY institutions of higher learning to make admissions decisions in the absence of felony knowledge.

Proper Registration is Required to Receive Credit for Courses
All students are urged to note carefully the following course registration information in order to assure proper registration and receive credit for courses.

Registration (Status)
This link deals with student status as it relates to various registration opportunities, items that will prevent registration and affirming enrollment following registration.

Registration and Records Definitions
Registration and Records terminology.

Repeating Courses at the Graduate Level
An explanation of which courses may be repeated at the graduate level and how the repeated course grades are reflected in the GPA and on the transcript.

Repeating Courses at the Undergraduate Level
Before repeating a class, students should be aware of what impact it will have on their GPA and/or financial aid package. This policy explains the impact of repeating classes at the undergraduate level on a student's GPA and/or financial aid package.

Reporting Absences, Verification of Class Rosters, and Unregistered Students
Faculty members must be sure that preliminary and final class rosters are accurate because these data form the basis for student records and for assigning FTE generation to the departments.

Safeguarding Customer Information
This policy provides Information on the protection of customer information as required by Section 501(b) of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act.

Satisfactory/ Unsatisfactory Grading
Students may take some courses graded only as satisfactory or unsatisfactory according to the rules stated in this policy.

Semester Index
Policy governing the determination of quality credits using the semester index.

Taking Graduate Courses at the Undergraduate Level
Eligibility criteria for Brockport undergraduate students who wish to enroll in graduate courses; potential degree requirements fulfilled by those courses.

The Transcript
This information explains the student's official academic record at The College at Brockport.

Three Other Possibilities: "I", "PR" and "W"
Information on grades of I, PR and W.

Undergraduate Cross-Registration
Information on how to cross-register a course as an undergraduate student.

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