O. Miscellaneous Provisions

  1. Facility Concerns: Routine facility concerns should be reported to Residential Life/Learning Communities staff. Emergency facility concerns (i.e. loss of power, heat, or water temperature) should be reported as soon as possible to the Facilities Service Center at (585) 395-2408.
  2. Social Media: Resident Assistants (RAs) and Townhome Assistants (TAs) are not required to monitor residents’ social networking sites (Facebook/Twitter/Instagram, SnapChat, Tik-Tok, etc.); however, should an RA or TA become aware of content that violates the College’s Code of Conduct, such content will be documented and disciplinary action may result.
  3. Dining Services: Student licensees who occupy rooms or suites are required to purchase a Resident Dining Plan unless specifically exempted therefrom. Specific Dining Plan Terms of Agreement are available at BASC. Those commuting to SUNY Brockport or living in the Student Townhomes are not required to purchase a plan.
  4. Student ID card: In the event that the Student ID card (College ID/dining card) is lost or stolen, the card holder may temporarily deactivate their ID card via the GET app. A lost or damaged card may be replaced for a $25 fee at the Conrad Welcome Center (#125 on the campus map). Any student who attempts to use another student’s card will be fined $25, and may be subject to discipline within the student conduct system.

Campus Resources

Hazen Center for Integrated Care

Student Health Center
Phone: (585) 395-2414
Email: healthce@brockport.edu

 

Counseling Center
Phone: (585) 395-2207

Office of Residential Life/Learning Communities

Thompson Hall, West Wing
Phone: (585) 395-2122 or (585) 395-2108
Email: housing@brockport.edu

 

University Police

Lathrop Hall, entrance off of Lot J
Emergency: (585) 395-2222
Non-emergency: (585) 395-2226
Campus escort: (585) 395-SAFE

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THE CODE OF STUDENT CONDUCT, ON-CAMPUS HOUSING LICENSE AND OTHER COLLEGE POLICIES

SUNY Brockport is committed to fostering a safe and healthy campus environment conducive to education, study, work and personal development. In order to establish and maintain this desired environment, all students are expected to abide by the Code of Student Conduct and the On-Campus Housing License.

THE OFFICE OF RESIDENTIAL LIFE/LEARNING COMMUNITIES RESERVES THE RIGHT TO MODIFY THIS WEBPAGE