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3 College Freshman

Athletics: I hear about a variety of sporting events occurring on campus throughout the semester. Students seem to enjoy them and there are quite a few teams.

3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: Like any college town, you have the rented houses, complexes, rooms, etc. Most off campus housing is posted via Craigslist. Off campus housing is pricey because the landlords know they can charge for it and get paid what they are asking for. So again, no difference from other college towns. Some of the complexes aren't that great considering price, appearance, etc.

3 College Freshman

Scholarships: My financial aid process went very smoothly. No issues or hassles whatsoever. Any questions I had were answered in a timely fashion and the answers provided were satisfactory.

4 College Freshman

Scholarships: It helped and the financial aid office is grear at answering questions.

4 College Freshman

Campus Food: I don't mind the quality. Still prices are more expensive than off campus

3 College Freshman

Campus Housing: I like it, just the price not so much. It's more than tuition.

3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: I think the hardest part is trying to avoid being around party people if you're looking to live quietly. To avoid noise you'll probably have to live further away from campus. If you have to walk, it's a pain in the winter because people PILE SNOW in the sidewalk.

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3 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: There's a lot of pizza places and diner type places with a bit of variety of other things.

3 College Junior

Scholarships: I'm pretty sure that financial aid is always a hassle - what makes it some what annoying here is that somethings are handled by the downstairs office, and others by the upstairs office, and I still don't know which handles what.

4 College Junior

Campus Food: There's something for every budget - from a couple bucks to whatever you want to spend.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Housing: I live on campus so I really don't have much to say. I hear that prices are better off campus than on in some cases. houses are in general pretty nice.

5 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: Jimmy Z's and perry's are the best to eat after a night on the town. open very late with very reasonably prices.

4 College Freshman

Administration: The resident life staff does a good job at making sure everyone stays safe and has a suitable living environment. Also they make sure that during times when people are sleeping, studying, etc that noise stays to a minimum.

4 College Freshman

Party Scene: There are always a lot of things to do on the weekends. There are certainly a lot of parties here, and I believe that each individual is impacted differently by partying, but i have had nothing but positive experiences. As far as i have seen its a very safe place to go out and enjoy yourself.

4 College Freshman

Scholarships: I got a lot of help my first year and it was not a very difficult process.

4 College Freshman

Campus Food: the meal plan and dining dollars/easy money system is great, and not all that expensive for an unlimited plan. Trax and eagles nest being open until 1 is a blessing. Good variety to the point where i can always get something i actually like.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: The residence halls are very nice and are well maintained. The social atmosphere is one to admire, it's a very accepting community with a lot of events, programs, and amenities to offer its students. The housing process seems relatively simple, although this is my first time doing it as a current and not an incoming student. Most of all, its a great education for a price that is far more manageable than most schools.

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3 College Junior

Off-Campus Housing: Basing off of things that I have heard some of the off campus housing is extremely broken down and not worth the money while other options are 'okay'.

4 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: Love that some places will deliver up until 4am, great for late nights.

4 College Junior

Administration: I have heard of issues with administration but have only dealt with parking issues which are extremely inconvenient. But other than that I have had no issues, they seem to be okay.

3 College Junior

Scholarships: It is frustrating that you receive a decent amount of financial aid, take out the max amount of loans offered to you and yet you still somehow have a bill each semester out of pocket.

4 College Junior

Campus Food: Brockway is by far my favorite of the two dinning halls, it is more organized and even more sophisticated. It is great that both dinning halls have salad and cereal bars but they are not open late enough for those of us that work night shifts which means your meal plan is going to waste.

3 College Junior

Campus Housing: Reflecting on my person experience with campus housing at Brockport I would say it is okay. I do not know how they match people up to be roommates because while I like my suite mate my roommate can be obnoxious. Also while the dorm rooms themselves are clean they give off an unclean vibe, especially the bathroom because of the materials that they built with, the shower is rough on your feet too. If you don't mind having your bed lofted then your room will be spacious enough but if you want a normal level bed than you find yourself fighting to have enough room for yourself and your roommate to share.

4 College Freshman

Athletics: The athletic center is great, there are some odd closing times occasionally. Sports aren't huge, but club sports are.

5 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: There are several great diners. Jimmy Z's is also here, which was voted the best in a lot of different food competitions.

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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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