It is important for students to understand that the University faculty and staff value student honesty and integrity as explained in this policy.
An explanation of the dismissal process for graduate students.
Matriculated graduate students who have completed at least nine graduate credits at Brockport and whose cumulative Brockport graduate GPA falls below 3.0 are placed on Academic Probation I.
This policy addresses the number of credits of graduate level coursework that students enrolled in Accelerated Pathways or Combined Degree programs may complete, while a matriculated undergraduate …
An explanation of where to submit graduate theses and capstone projects for public availability and archival access.
Policy dealing with “swing” course credits.
An explanation of how credit hours are assigned to courses, as adopted from SUNY Policy.
An explanation of the number and level of graduate credits required for the awarding of a master’s degree.
An explanation of the grounds for de-matriculation at the graduate level.
An explanation of directed study courses at the graduate level, including how many may be carried each semester.
Students as well as faculty have the right to protest the decisions of the Section 504 Coordinator in regard to academic accommodations using established appeal procedures.
This policy informs the University community of the email and network rules and regulations.
An explanation of whether students can complete a second graduate degree at the University, including whether credits can be applied across both degrees.
Students have certain rights to appeal grades as explained by this policy.
An explanation of how and when the GPA is calculated at the graduate level, including what GPA is required for graduation.
An explanation of which course grades do and do not result in the awarding of credit at the graduate level.
An explanation of the criteria for academic clemency – an appeal to have up to 9 graduate credits stricken from the graduate cumulative GPA.
An explanation of the three admission categories at the graduate level.
An explanation of the minimum number of courses that must be completed each year for a graduate student to maintain matriculated status, including the consequences of noncompliance.
The University’s definition of graduate student full-time status for enrollment verification purposes.
An explanation of registration for thesis/project continuance credits, including when such registration is required and how the credits earned affect both degree requirements and GPA.
The purpose of these guidelines is to assist researchers planning to conduct research involving human participants to submit your proposal for review to the Institutional Review Board (IRB). This i…
An explanation of the requirements for and limits on enrolling for independent study courses at the graduate level.
An explanation of leaves of absence at the graduate level, including how to apply for such a leave.
All enrolled students are required to have health insurance.
This policy serves as a guide for safety intervention with students who have demonstrated behaviors that pose a substantial risk of harm to individuals within the University community, and/or whose…
Delineation of the minimum number of graduate credits that must be completed after readmission to a graduate program or program change.
The SUNY system now requires SUNY institutions of higher learning to make admissions decisions in the absence of felony knowledge, and charged the campuses to create policies that would collect fel…
With the entire world available on-line, it is sometimes difficult to know what is OK to do. While it might seem the most natural thing in the world to download a song and copy it to CD for a frien…
An explanation of the requirement for newly accepted students to register in their first semester of matriculation.
The Operating Policy and Procedures of Parking and Transportation Services include parking permits and vehicle registration, visitor/guest parking, parking citations, parking enforcement times, m…
Students are required to maintain an active permanent address on file with the University at all times.
An explanation of the process for and time limit to determine the Plan of Study and obtaining an advisement key number.
Rules for posting posters, banners and signs on University property.
This policy outlines pregnant and parenting students’ rights.
This policy informs students on rules and regulations for accessing services for students with disabilities.
Appropriate procedures to assure confidentiality must be used for the collection, storage, access, and use of Professional Education Unit (PEU) data for candidates and programs.
An explanation of the relationship of grades to quality points at the graduate level.
An explanation of the consequences of academic dismissal, including the required interval between dismissal and reapplication, consideration of previously earned credits, and limit on the number of…
An explanation of the credit cap at the graduate level and the approvals necessary to exceed this cap.
An explanation of which courses may be repeated at the graduate level and how the repeated course grades are reflected in the GPA and on the transcript.
A statement of the official University graduate policy on institutional residency.
IT privileges generally expire when an individual separates from the University.
Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards to Retain Eligibility for Federal Title IV Financial AID - Graduate Level Policy
Students are advised that continued eligibility for federal financial aid awards requires that students maintain compliance with Federal Satisfactory Academic Progress Standards. Federal Satisfac…
An explanation of Satisfactory/Unsatisfactory (S/U) grading at the graduate level, including limits on S/U credits and their relationship to GPA.
State-Established Academic Standards for New York State Financial Aid - Undergraduate and Graduate Policy
This policy explains the New York State academic requirements to maintain eligibility for state financial aid programs.
The Supervisors’ Manual is a Web-only publication that is made available to supervisors to assist them in the management of student employees. It includes policies and/or procedures drawn from:
The Student Right-to-Know Act requires the University to disclose certain information including crime statistics, institutional graduation rates and student privacy guidelines to all enrolled and p…
As a member of the NCAA, SUNY Brockport is committed to developing and promoting a culture on campus that is free from violence - one that values, respects, and defends the dignity of all people and upholds the inherent value of every individual.
SUNY Policy Overview: Maintenance of Public Order, Use of Campus Facilities & Campus Procedures Policy
SUNY Brockport recognizes that we are a microcosm of the broader world, in which there are many differing experiences, perspectives, and understandings.
An explanation of the time limits for graduate degree completion.
SUNY Brockport is committed to providing a tobacco-free environment including prohibiting the use of all forms of tobacco and vaping products on campus.
An explanation of requirements for transferring credits at the graduate level, and applying credits taken in non-matriculated status to degree requirements.
Eligibility criteria for Brockport undergraduate students who wish to enroll in graduate courses; potential degree requirements fulfilled by those courses.
The University is committed to educationally sound uses of technology in the classroom and preventing technology from becoming disruptive to the learning environment.
An explanation of the process for withdrawing from a graduate program.