Migrant Education Program

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About Us

The Brockport Migrant Education Tutorial and Support Services Program is a Title I federal grant program which offers educational support to the children of migrant agricultural workers and one of nine programs providing services in New York State.

The program at SUNY Brockport was established in 1974 and began by offering services to eligible students in three school districts. Currently, the office works with eligible students in school districts in the counties Monroe, Orleans, and, Niagara. It is one of the eight offices in New York State’s Migrant Education Program.


A child is eligible for our services from birth to high school graduation or age 21 if they are designated as a migrant child. Children become eligible when a parent, guardian, or single adult crosses school district or state boundaries in pursuit of employment in agriculture, dairy farming, food processing, fishing, and logging within the past 36 months.

If you think you or someone you know may qualify for our program, please call:

  • (716) 410-5522 (se habla español)
  • 1-800-234-8848 (emergency hotline)
  • (518) 289-5618 (Identification & Recruitment Office)