In 1835, village leaders partnered with a Baptist group to build an institution of higher learning. These academies were a common institution at the time. At that time, public schooling ended with the 8th grade and "high schools" did not yet exist. Colleges were very few in number, and generally did not admit women or minorities.
Undergraduate research at Brockport gives students an opportunity to work closely with a faculty mentor on scholarly or creative projects directly related to a student's major.
If students have questions about academic policies or procedures, they can be sure that they'll get answers, explanations, and some assistance from the Academic Advisement Office. Information on Brockport's advisement system, meeting with advisors, declaring a major, transfer credits, degree audit reports, and other hints for success at Brockport can be found here.
The Rose Archives is housed on the ground floor of the Drake Memorial Library. It tells the story of the College from its inception as a private "academy" in 1835 through the present day.
Computer Lounge: Also located on the lower level of the Seymour College Union, the computer lounge allows you access to the Internet and Microsoft Office programs. The computer lounge can only be accessed by students who have completed an Access Form.
The Student Health Center is part of the Hazen Center for Integrated Care, which provides a holistic approach to student health and wellness, and supports students’ mind, body, and spirit throughout their Brockport experience.
Whether you are leaving home to live on campus, commuting to campus, or residing in the Village of Brockport, you’ll find Brockport to be a close-knit community of learning. We are your home away from home.
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