Freshman Registration Transfer Registration
Step 1: Pay the advance tuition deposit
Registration for entering freshmen is initiated upon depositing.
Step 2: Refer to Welcome Letter with directions and next steps
This will be mailed to student after advanced tuition deposit is received.
Step 3: Complete the Freshman Course Preference Survey by logging in through Web Banner
By completing this survey completely and accurately, you will provide critical information (transfer credit, student course preferences for general education program, etc.) to faculty advisors that are creating student schedules.
Step 4: Read the Freshman Registration Manual
Approximately half of your course schedule is prescribed for you based upon your high school performance (including SAT and/or ACT scores), as well as the program of study you may have chosen at Brockport.
Step 5: Register for Golden Eagle Orientation
You will receive your course schedule when you arrive for orientation. Students that are unable to attend a summer orientation session will receive their course schedule by mail after the last session has concluded.
For new transfer students and readmitted students (those accepted for readmission after an absence of one or more semesters from Brockport), you have the opportunity to choose and register for classes by working with your academic advisor.
Step 1: Receive your acceptance letter from Admissions
Shortly after you will receive information from Academic Advisement on paying your deposit and accessing other resources to aid in your transition to Brockport.
Step 2: Pay your deposit
Beginning October 1 for the Spring semester, and March 1 for the Fall semester, names of deposited students will be sent to respective academic departments. An advisor from your department will reach out to you via email. Be sure to check your personal and Brockport email for further instructions.
Step 3: Register according to the Registration Schedule
Once you have your list of classes and your advisement key number from the advisor. Your class standing is determined by the number of credits completed by the end of January.
Step 4: Refer to the Online Course Schedule
Find sections of the recommended classes that best suit your needs and build your schedule.