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The Following Fees are Automatically Assessed at SUNY Brockport
Please Note: These fees are not final and they are subject to change
A Gift to the Fund for Brockport is an optional payment of $30 that supports scholarships, undergraduate research, career networking opportunities, commencement activities and student-alumni programming through the Brockport Foundation. The money raised through the Fund for Brockport directly impacts students like you and helps the College provide the best educational experience possible. If you wish to waive your gift, go to How to Waive the Optional Gift to the Fund for Brockport for complete details. The Gift to the Fund for Brockport cannot be waived retroactively; it can only be waived during the current and future semesters if the online transaction is completed prior to the end of the current semester.
Athletic Fee — Assessed in fall 2020 at the rate of $16.25 per credit and $195 for full-time study (12 or more credits) and assessed in spring 2021 at the rate of $16.25 per credit and $195 for full-time study (12 or more credits). The Athletic Fee supports the intercollegiate athletics events conducted by the Intercollegiate Athletics Department. The Athletic Fee is assessed to undergraduate students only; it is not charged for overseas academic programs, the Washington Program, or the Albany internship program. The Athletic Fee cannot be waived.
Brockport Student Government Fee — Assessed in fall 2020 at $6.67 per credit and $80 for full-time study and assessed in spring 2021 at $5.42 per credit and $65 for full-time study. The BSG Fee supports the programs and activities conducted by the Brockport Student Government including such activities as club organizations, the Stylus, the campus radio station, and representation of the student body on various campus committees. By vote of the students, the BSG Fee is mandatory for all students except those taking short-term summer symposiums.
Career Services Fee — The fee supports the operation of the Career Services program, which provides a number of programs including job fairs, career selection and the development of job search skills. Assessed at the rate of $10 per semester for undergraduates enrolled in 12 or more credits and graduate students enrolled in 9 or more credits. The Career Services Fee is not charged during winter or summer sessions or for overseas academic programs, the Washington Program, or the Albany internship program. The Career Services Fee cannot be waived.
Mandatory Campus Health Center Fee — Assessed at the rate of $15* per credit and $180* for full-time study. The Campus Health Center fee is a mandatory charge. In addition to supporting the operation of the Campus Health and Counseling Centers, the fee is used to promote many health and wellness programs conducted for the benefit of students. The Campus Health Center Fee is not health insurance and is mandatory for all students except those study abroad students participating in an overseas program. The Campus Health Center Fee cannot be waived.
*The Mandatory Campus Health Center Fee for students matriculated in PROGRAMS designated by the New York State Department of Education as on-line (SLN) will be assessed at a flat rate of $25 per student; the flat rate is not dependent on a specific range of enrolled credit hours. Note this $25 flat-rate only applies to programs designated as on-line, not to individual on-line courses taken by students not enrolled in a designated on-line program. The Campus Health Center Fee is a mandatory fee and cannot be waived.
College Fee — Assessed at $1.70 per credit and $25 for full-time study. The College Fee was initiated to retire municipal bonds that were issued to build the State University campuses. The College Fee is mandatory for all students and cannot be waived.
Course Related Fees — Some courses, by their nature, have additional fees associated with them. Examples of course related fees include:
- Art Fees — These fees cover the cost of materials consumed in the preparation of art work during courses where the student retains the finished artwork.
- Clinical Insurance Fee — The fee covers the cost of insurance for students involved in clinical affiliations associated with course being taken. Examples of clinical affiliations include, but are not limited to, practicums in health sciences, recreation and leisure studies, social work, nursing, and psychology.
- Communication (CMC) Broadcast Fees — These fees cover the cost of required audio and videotapes used during laboratory course work.
- Laboratory Fees — Laboratory fees are to partially defray the cost of equipment maintenance/repair and to partially offset the cost of chemicals, disposables, small equipment, specimens, consumable supplies, testing kits and/or other related material.
Technology Fee — Assessed in the amount of $16.25* per credit and $195* for full-time study. The Technology Fee provides students with the broadest possible access to technology services on and off campus including, but not limited to: individual e-mail accounts, Office 365 applications, printing (e.g., reports and resumes), access to online library databases, computing labs and classrooms, high-speed internet access, and web-based applications including Banner and Blackboard. The Technology Fee is a mandatory charge, cannot be waived.
*The Technology Fee for students matriculated in PROGRAMS designated by the New York State Department of Education as on-line (SLN) will be assessed at a higher rate due to the increased technological services necessitated by those programs. The Technology Fee for programs designated as on-line will be assessed at $32.50 per credit and $390 for full-time study. Note this increased Technology Fee only applies to programs designated as on-line, not to individual on-line courses taken by students not enrolled in a designated on-line program. The Technology Fee cannot be waived.
Transportation Fee — Assessed at $1.88 per credit and $22.50 for full-time study, the transportation fee funds the on campus Eagle Run shuttle. Expanded transportation options include weekly trips to major shopping malls in Rochester and the Walden Galleria in Buffalo. The transportation fee is assessed to undergraduate students only and is not assessed to students participating in overseas academic programs. The Transportation Fee cannot be waived.
Student Recreation Fee — Assessed in fall 2020 at the rate of $2.67 per credit and $32 per semester for full time study and assessed in the spring 2021 at the rate of $2.67 per credit and $32 per semester for full time study. The fee is assessable to all students, including part- and full- time, undergraduate level, graduate level, and those enrolled in summer and/or winter session(s). The Special Events Recreation Center (SERC) includes state-of-the-art fitness equipment, increased hours of operation, increased fitness classes, increased student employment positions and more opportunities for intramurals and club sports. The Student Recreation Fee cannot be waived.
Freshman Orientation Fee — The Freshman Orientation Fee ($200) is used to offset expenses associated with the College's orientation activities for freshmen. It is assessed to all students who enter as freshmen and covers the cost of the summer orientation, “Last Stop Orientation” as well as course-related costs and orientation events during the first semester. Students who do not attend all orientation events are still assessed the fee. Transfers with less than 24 credits are assessed the $200 freshman fee. The Freshman Orientation Fee cannot be waived.
Transfer Orientation Fee — The Transfer Orientation Fee ($75) 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. The Transfer Orientation Fee cannot be waived. Transfers with less than 24 credits are assessed the $200 freshman fee which covers the cost of the summer orientation, “Last Stop Orientation” and orientation events during the first semester.
The Following Fees are Assessed at the Request of the Student
Payment Plan Fee — The Payment Plan is designed to assist those students and their families who may find it difficult to pay the total semester bill by the bill due date. A non-refundable $35 service charge is assessed to the student account for each semester the student wishes to participate. If you elect to pay your balance in full prior to the first, or any, scheduled payment due date, the $35 service charge cannot be refunded. Visit Payment Plan Page for more information on enrolling in the Installment Payment Plan.
Miscellaneous Health Center Charges — Your student account may contain charges assessed by the Student Health Center for services rendered that are not covered by the mandatory student health fee. These charges include, but are not limited to, medication dispensed, fees for testing, and medical equipment (i.e., crutches, knee braces, etc.). Inquiries regarding miscellaneous health center charges should be directed to 585-395-2414.
Parking Fee - Parking permits are required in order to park on campus. Follow steps carefully. To apply for a parking permit, use My Parking Account. Your permit will be mailed to your home address. Under certain conditions (excess authorized financial aid, Title IV authorization), the cost of the permit MAY be eligible to be applied to the student account. For additional information regarding parking permits, regulations, etc., please visit Parking and Transportation Services.
The Following Fees are Assessed when Applicable
Administrative Late Payment Fee — $30 is assessed for any month in which a student does not make payment on the student bill by the initial payment due date. A maximum of four (4) administrative late payment/late payment fees can be assessed to the student account per semester. Failure to make payment will result in the account being referred to a private collection agency or the New York State Attorney General's Office. Visit Delinquent Accounts for additional information on delinquent accounts.
Late Registration Fee — $40 is assessed for students registering after the scheduled registration deadline (generally the first day of the term).
Late Payment Fee — $30 is assessed each month when students do not make payment on the student bill by the payment due date. A maximum of four (4) administrative late payment/late payment fees can be assessed to the student account per semester. Failure to make payment will result in the account being referred to a private collection agency or the New York State Attorney General's Office. Visit Delinquent Accounts for additional information on delinquent accounts.
Late Add/Drop Fee — $20 is assessed when students add/drop courses after the end of the add/drop period.
Protested (Returned) Check Fee — $35 handling charge is assessed whenever a check or e-check is returned by the bank as unpaid. Returned checks can result in the removal of course registration.
Please Note: The assessment of fees is necessary to provide students with services and benefits that cannot be funded by other means. Some fees are usage-based such as Parking fees, late add/drop fees, and course related fees. Other fees are mandatory and are not usage-based. These fees include the College Fee, Campus Center Health Fee, Athletic Fee, Technology Fee, and Health Fee.
Note: Rates are subject to change without prior notice and adjustments will be made for semester(s) of attendance.