We’re not all talk. Our promise to engage students and inspire excellence is tried and true. Scan through these facts & figures to see how Brockport is building meaningful lives and vibrant communities.
- Established in 1835
- Location: Brockport, NY
- Public university, member of the State University of New York (SUNY)
- President: Heidi R. Macpherson, July 2015-present; 7th president
- Campus size: 464 acres
- Total enrollment is 6,992 (5,715 undergraduate, 1,277 graduate)
- 58.6% Women
- 41.4% Men
- 53.5% of first-time Freshman applicants are admitted
- 63% of all transfer applicants are admitted
STUDENT DIVERSITY (% OF STUDENTS ENROLLED)
- 11.7% Black or African American students
- 7.8% Hispanic/Latino students
- 2.9% Students of two or more races
- 2.2% Asian students
- 5.3% Other or Unknown
- Total Instructional Faculty: 626
- Undergraduate student to faculty ratio: 18:1
- Undergraduate median class size: 23
- Undergraduate Majors: 50
- Graduate Programs (Master’s Degrees and Certificates of Advanced Study): 50+
- Academic Schools:
Financial Aid & Scholarships
- 83% of students receive financial aid.
- 37% of matriculated undergraduate students received Federal Pell Grants for the 2020-2021 Academic Year
- The official 3 year cohort default rate is 3.8%.
- Total Extraordinary Academic Scholarships: $5 million
- Total Brockport Foundation Scholarships: $550,000
- SUNY Brockport Profile: National Center for Education Statistics – Provides official, summary IPEDS data on a number of topics such as tuition, financial aid, programs/majors, athletics and graduation rates.
- Brockport Common Data Set (CDS) is a standard set of items that provides general information about undergraduate colleges and universities in the United States. Learn more about the Common Data Set Initiative.