University-Wide Policies

All members of the University community (faculty, staff, students and visitors) are responsible for operating within the policy environment appropriate to their campus role.

This web site provides the University community with ready access to policy information to reduce risk and confusion and to provide a resource for policy management, development and review.

Contents include:

Campus Administrative Policy Development & Life Cycle Process


Recently Updated Policies

Affirmative Action Recruitment Policy


SUNY Brockport is committed to eliminating discrimination and providing equal opportunity in education and employment. SUNY Brockport, in compliance with state and federal laws and regulations, tak…

University Bookstore Policy


The University Bookstore services are contracted with Barnes and Noble through BASC. The University Bookstore is SUNY Brockport’s exclusive retail buyer and seller of all required, recommended, or suggested course materials and supplies.

Information Dissemination Policy


The State Legislature has declared, and SUNY Brockport is committed firmly to the principle, that good government is the public’s business and that the public (both individually and collectively, and represented by a free news media) should have unimpaired access to appropriate University records and information.

Use of State Vehicles Policy


State-owned, leased, privately-owned, or rental vehicles for which transportation costs are to be reimbursed by SUNY Brockport, will be used only for official University business.

Space Management Policy


SUNY Brockport Space Management Policy provides a framework to support academic and non-academic program needs. The University is committed to managing space based on our Strategic Plan and the 2018 Space Utilization Study by JMZ Architects.