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Reviews 845 total reviews with an average rating of 3.4

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2 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: It's boring, isolated, ignorant, and did I mention BORING!

2 people found this useful Report
3 College Freshman

Overall Experience: The staff are very supportive.

1 person found this useful Report
5 College Senior

Overall Experience: I love my college and am so happy I decided to go here. There are so many opportunities outside of classes and all of the professors have been amazing.

3 College Senior

Overall Experience: Brockport is not a bad school, they are really turning things around. The a lot of the professors really do care, as long as you are making an effort, they are very helpful. The campus is a touch on the small side, not too small, but not too big. The surrounding area is simple, not much to do, but Rochester is just 20 minutes away.

4 College Freshman

Overall Experience: Although I have not been there long, I absolutely love Brockport! Not only is the staff super supportive of all students, but they students themselves are so friendly. Everyone is there to make Brockport the best experience from the get go. There are so many student oriented activities to get students to adjust to their new life before school even begins. If I could do it all over again, I would still choose Brockport. The environment is amazing not just the people but the actual nature. I don't regret my decision for one second.

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I believe in most cases that the people make the place. One of the reasons I love this school so much is because of the friends I have made that the teachers who have taught me. Its amazing how nice and understanding the students and staff are which allows me to feel very comfortable in and out of the classroom. When first applying to schools I thought that I could do better in terms of notability. My college is one that not many know about and is not very high in difficulty. And although I do still wish I could have gone to a school that most people knew about, I wouldn't change my decision. I have a twin sister that I have done just about everything with, even share a room up until college. It was a big change but Brockport made me feel right at home and made the transition that much easier.

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5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: One of the best things about Brockport is how much the staff and everyone at the school promotes and encourages involvement in activities and clubs. It is also very clear and comforting that the staff is very concerned with the success of students and is dedicated to helping everyone be successful.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: The community and environment on and off campus is very enjoyable.

5 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I love it! I love how the school is small yet big enough to be well known. I love the class size, the food is alright, and the party life is nice too.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: I would choose brockport again because of its great atmosphere. Both socially, and academically.

4 College Sophomore

Overall Experience: Extra circular activities are a major part of the experience at The College of Brockport. The clubs and activities on campus are easily accessible and open to everyone

4 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: Good amount of places. Usually open later so that when you want pizza at 3am you're covered.

3 College Junior

Administration: They're strict about certain things. There is usually a three strike policy for most things which is nice

4 College Junior

Campus Food: Food is good, most of the time. There are many different places to go. Just wish the Square was open longer and on weekends.

3 College Junior

Scholarships: My mother did my financial aid because it had everything to do with her income but this year I started my first job and whenever we had questions or concerns Brockport financial aid was there for us and were quick and nice when we needed them.

3 College Junior

Campus Housing: Depending on where you live you can have great housing or poor housing. My first year of college, I am entering my third, I lived in one of the poorer freshman dorms. My second year I lived in a semi nice but not perfect upper level dorm and my third year I am living in a townhouse on campus. I had to walk clear across campus for some of my classes but that was just because of the type of classes that I have to take due to one of my majors. Living on campus isn't as bad as people say it is and if you have an outgoing personality you can make friends very easily. But you can always find someone to talk to.

4 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: Sometimes you just get sick of On-Campus food and need something else. Going Off-Campus might cost a little bit but it is always worth it.

4 College Freshman

Administration: It is really nice being able to have your friends come up any day you want, just making sure its okay with your roommate can be harder. Always be respectful of their wishes too though.

3 College Freshman

Campus Food: Food is not always the best but I ws able to find something I liked everyday. You just cannot always go to the same places.

3 College Freshman

Scholarships: Fill out the FAFSA as early as you can and look everywhere for scholarships. Even the little ones add up. It may not seem like it, but $250 is quite a lot of money.

4 College Freshman

Campus Housing: Dorm life can be tricky if you do not like your roommate(s). However, school is not about your roommates and do not let them hold you back. You have the right to be friends with whoever you wish to be friends with so leave the room and find some people you like.

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.


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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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