This campus resource is home to several student services including Advisement & Retention, ASC Tutoring, and Student Accessibility Services. You can learn more about the ASC here.
Advisement & Retention
- Provides academic advisement and developmental programming for all undergraduate students to strengthen and improve their academic, social, personal, and career development.
- Services include, but are not limited to: general advisement, academic coaching, major declaration, and academic compliance
- Provides tutoring and academic support for students within content areas as well as writing, and study skills.
Student Accessibility Services
- Provides support and assistance to students with medical, physical, emotional, or learning disabilities; as well as students with temporary injuries/impairments.
Our campus course management system, where you will receive course syllabi, class announcements, and emails from your professor. You can access Blackboard from the Quick Links menu on any Brockport page, using your NetID and password to log in.
A student group that can help you explore the various options that this college has to offer. It gives you ways to develop as a student, learn to balance your college life, and discover the connections and experiences you’ve been waiting for.
The Albert W. Brown Building is #25 on our campus map. This building houses several faculty offices for academic departments, as well as the Academic Success Center.
A web-based tool used to monitor your academic progress toward degree completion. DegreeWorks reorganizes your coursework into categories, easily identifying courses you have completed and what courses you still need in order to fulfill your degree requirements. You can access DegreeWorks through Web Banner.
An early alert communication tool that supports student success. This system allows instructors to raise concerns, offer praise, or refer students to student support resources. You can access EagleSUCCESS from the Quick Links menu on any Brockport page, using your NetID and password to log in.
FAFSA (FREE APPLICATION FOR FEDERAL STUDENT AID)
The FAFSA is the first step to determine eligibility for federal and state financial aid programs. Contact the Office of Financial Aid to learn more.
FERPA (FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND PRIVACY ACT OF 1974)
Grants certain rights, privileges and protections to students concerning educational records maintained by the College. The law requires that the institution shall protect the confidentiality of student educational records. You can find more information under our Student Policies.
LAB (LIBERAL ARTS BUILDING)
Building #57 on our campus map. This building is home to five academic departments in the School of The Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences: History, English, Modern Languages and Cultures, Philosophy and Women and Gender Studies.
Brockport is committed to principles that foster integrity, civility, & justice. We welcome individuals from diverse backgrounds and our community strives to provide an environment that is inclusive and equitable for all.
Your one-stop shop for student involvement on campus. You can access this system from the Quick Links menu on any Brockport page, using your NetID and password to log in.
NETID (NETWORK ID)
Your NetID is the first letter of your first name, followed by the first four letters of your last name, followed by a number. Your NetID is the username you will use to access campus network resources including Wi-Fi, computer labs, printing, File City (Cloud storage), and software downloads.
RA (RESIDENT ASSISTANT)
A student leader who works in residence halls. RAs assist students through personal contact, referral to appropriate campus services, and providing co-curricular engagement to encourage community development.
RD (RESIDENT DIRECTOR)
A professional staff member who works in residence halls. RDs supervise RAs and provide student support to all residents through personal contact, referral to appropriate campus services, and co-curricular engagement.
Rakov Center for Student Services is building #23 on our campus map. The following offices are located in this building: Undergraduate Admissions, Arthur O. Eve Opportunity for Higher Education Program (EOP), Career Services, Financial Aid, Veteran’s Affairs, Registration and Records, and Student Accounts and Accounting.
An approved complete withdrawal from a semester, or a period of approved semester(s) off.
THE SERC (SPECIAL EVENTS RECREATION CENTER)
Building #54 on our campus map. This 138,000 square foot, three-story building serves as the home for Campus Recreation and SUNY Brockport’s Golden Eagles Track and Field programs.
Seymour College Union is building #22 on our campus map. The Union is home to Barnes and Nobles Bookstore, Jitterbugs, The Square, study areas, the Center for Women and Gender, WBSU campus radio station, the Stylus newspaper, and more!
The system houses all of your student records. You will log into Banner to accept financial aid, register for classes, view final grades, pay your bill, and more. You can access Web Banner from the Quick Links menu on any Brockport page, using your NetID and password to log in.
Brockport uses Office 365 to provide email to students. Your email address and login is your NetID@brockport.edu. You can access Webmail from the Quick Links menu on any Brockport page.