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3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: Almost all juniors and seniors live off campus.

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3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: Not many places to go. There's the diner, Jimmy Z's, Stoneyard and Perrys Pizza

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2 College Freshman

Administration: The Brockport police are the worst people in the world

3 College Freshman

Scholarships: The financial aid office will send you email almost everyday

2 College Freshman

Party Scene: The cops usually break up parties by 11

3 College Freshman

Campus Food: It's always rated as having great dining hall food, but it's mediocre at best

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The freshman dorms and Bramley Hall are pretty nice. The others can be very old/outdated

4 College Junior

Majors: Back when I lived in California, I worked with Legacy Athletics and learned about message therapy. Manipulating soft tissue with tools and hands-on work is most of the workload along with maintaining customer relationships. Several people I knew in the industry were making 100,000 yearly. I am working towards physical therapy which will consist of message therapy techniques. If it is your passion, time doesn't matter.

4 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: Brockport Village contains some great coffee spots and great cafes. The garbage plate is a must for those not from the northeast. Fast food is easily found but if you are looking for options and have transportation, a 40 minute drive to Buffalo or Rochester should be experienced.

4 College Junior

Overall Experience: Professor Skye Paine taught more of French in 1 semester than I had previously learned of Spanish, in 4 years of study. Doctor Colleen Doyle, opened my mind up through helping me understand sociology and psychology to deeper levels. Professor Jones is a very enthusiastic math teacher. After leaving his class, information is retained. The class sizes ranged from 10- 50 students. Overall, the atmosphere was very comforting.

4 College Junior

Scholarships: I couldn't thank Fafsa enough for the grants and loans that made my college experience possible thus-far. Help desks are located in the admissions building and they can answer any questions you have in case you are lost on financial aid.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: I personally commute, but friends of mine have showed me around brockport's off campus-housing. The layouts are comfortable and the rooms are mediocre. They do have more room than the average off-campus housing of other college. The proximity to city life is pretty distant. Brockport has a nice little town with delicious places to eat. There is plenty of parking and safety doesn't seem to be an issue.

4 College Junior

Athletics: There is a wide variety of sport's to participate in here at Brockport college. What's most impressive to me is the new facility,the Serc. State of the art equipment and a beautiful atmosphere consumes the eye on a tour around the building. I noticed the facility carries bumper plates in the lifting center but no olympic barbells. I would like to see an olympic weightlifting team here in the future as this sport is gaining popularity.

4 College Freshman

Health & Safety: i feel like our campus is very safe. hopefully we can continue to be safe

4 College Freshman

Administration: the school is not to strict, they are just strict enough to keep order among students

3 College Freshman

Guys & Girls: they aren't the best I've ever but that aren't to shabby

4 College Freshman

Majors: we have many majors that can set you into the right career path

4 College Freshman

Local Area: the local Brockport area is very welcoming to the students

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I like the building in which i dorm in but I wish the RA's were less strick

3 College Freshman

Party Scene: the parties aren't the greatest but you can still have fun at them

3 College Freshman

Greek Life: I'm not part of Greek life, but all I hear about them is that they look for hand outs and they are rated by the parties they throw.

5 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: I go often off-campus, because it's less than a 20 minute walk to the village that's lined with the cutest little shops; I had my first date in the Stoneyard Bar & Grill right next to the canal. Besides that, my roommate will take me for Taco Bell or McDonald's, or when my group of friends are tired of dining hall food it's a short drive to a small restaurant to have a night away from it all. Excellent food at great prices.

3 College Freshman

Athletics: I don't pay much attention to sports because I have never been interested in them, but I am part of the Judo Club and Step Team, and free unlimited access to the SERC center has helped me to start getting into shape.

4 College Freshman

Majors: I've only taken one semester, but so far my major is great. I have a main focus on science courses, but because I'm in honors and it is a liberal arts school, I have to have 15 credits per semester and therefore have to take a bunch of filler classes that won't help me.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: While there is a group that is uncontrollable on my floor that runs around screaming at 2am, the environment in my building is friendly and inclusive. I work at the front desk once a week, so I get to see basically every one in my building at some point to check their IDs. Most of them are friendly and strike conversation as they pass, or at least flash a smile or a wave. There are a few that stop and talk to me for a while, checking to make sure I'm not having too bad of a day or whatnot. Everyone on campus is this way, and residents in each building really are a community.

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In high school, students sometimes feel trapped by the same people all around them, people who have carried an opinion about each other all through their younger years. At Brockport, people generally don’t judge or ridicule people for being different, but instead, diversity is welcomed. There are endless opportunities to build a resume and become involved on campus. There is something for everyone, and many leadership opportunities are available, as well. Teachers are concerned about students' education and work hard to help them. They are open and available for advice and help.

Aside from academics, Brockport students have many opportunities to be involved on campus, including such experiences as working for the school radio station or studying abroad. The school works with students to help make sure their credits transfer and that financial aid is accounted for. The school is safe with blue emergency lights all over campus, and the University Police are always on guard. Another added perk: Among the SUNY schools, the College at Brockport has been named no. 1 in dining services since 1994.

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