College Profile

Founded in 1835, SUNY Brockport is a public, comprehensive four-year university, committed to student success through fostering innovative thinkers and leaders who are assets in the classroom and the workplace. Located in Greater Rochester, New York’s third largest city, the campus is 26km from downtown, 72km east of Buffalo, NY, and is a short drive from the Canadian border.

Some of the Programs We Offer

Undergraduate Programs

1. Business
2. Computer Science
3. Computer Information Systems
4. Exercise Science / Kinesiology
5. Nursing

Graduate Programs

1. Dance
2. Psychology
3. Social Work
4. Environmental Science
5. Mathematics


6,992 Total Enrollment
5,715 Undergraduate Enrollment
1,277 Graduate Enrollment
Undergraduate 68, Graduate 4 International Student Enrollment
41% Male
59% Female
18:1 Faculty-Student Ratio
626 Faculty: Full-Time
20 Countries Represented
Top 5 Nepal, Japan, Nigeria, United Kingdom, Canada
Other Other countries represented: Vietnam, Germany, Trinidad & Tobago, Ghana, Turkey

English as a Second Language Program and Services

Can your institution issue an I-20 Certificate of Eligibility for F-1 Student Status to a student who has been admitted only to the Intensive English Program?

Does your institution provide courses of English as a Second Language to admitted students?

Does your institution conditionally admit students to degree programs if they have not met the English proficiency requirement?

International Student Housing Options

International students can live in a traditional residence hall or in a Living Learning Community. All freshmen (domestic and international) are required to live on campus their 1st year.

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First Year, Transfer, and Graduate Students

Primary documents required for admission:


  • Online SUNY or Common Application,
  • Official transcripts,
  • Personal Essay
  • Letter of Recommendation,
  • SAT/ACT scores (optional),
  • TOEFL: 76 / IELTS: 6.0 / Duolingo: 110 / PTE: 53


  • Online SUNY or Common Application,
  • Official transcripts,
  • minimum 2.5 overall GPA
  • TOEFL: 76 / IELTS: 6.0 / Duolingo: 110 / PTE: 53


  • Online SUNY Application,
  • Official Transcripts (WES evaluation required),
  • Program-specific requirements (portfolio, test scores, etc.)
  • TOEFL: 79 / IELTS: 6.5

International Students are not required to submit SAT or ACT scores.  A language proficiency test score is required if English is not the student’s native language or if the student did not graduate from an English speaking secondary school.

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Financial Aid

All admitted first-year applicants will receive a scholarship of $7,500 per year. Additional scholarships are available based on merit. Transfer applicants are eligible to receive up to $3,000 per year. Students are automatically considered for these scholarships at the time of application.


Student Activities and Campus Life

Whether you want to get to know other students that share your interests, make new friends or get to know faculty and staff, there are many ways for you to get involved at Brockport.

Brockport Student Government (BSG) works to represent and advocate for the student population by serving on all College and departmental committees. There are more than 120 clubs and organizations sponsored and funded by BSG including the International Student Organization. BSG provides funding for intramural and club sports, the University Police escort service, and much more. Choose from 12 women’s and 11 men’s teams. All teams are affiliated with the National Collegiate Association (NCAA).

Some of Brockport’s cultural groups include:

  • African Student Union
  • Asian Club
  • Caribbean Club
  • Muslim Student Association
  • International Student Organization


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SUNY Brockport


International Admissions

Visa Information

Does your institution issue I-20 for F-1 visa status and/or DS-2019 for J-1 visa status?

Cost of Attendance & Financial Assistance

Undergraduate Direct Costs (On-campus)
Tuition     $14,140
Fees          $1,628
Housing   $9,530
Food         $6,430
International Health Insurance     $2,569
Total Direct Cost     $34,297

Graduate Direct Costs
Tuition     $13,570
Fees          $1,078
International Health Insurance    $2,569
Total Direct Cost     $17,217

Graduate Indirect Costs
Housing    $9,036
Food          $2,530
Books           $980
Transportation     $1,260
Personal Expenses    $1,812
Total Indirect Cost      $15,618

Estimated Yearly Cost   $32,835

Major Areas of Study

Area, Ethnic, Cultural, and Gender Studies
Art and Graphic Design
Arts and Humanities
Arts, Visual, and Performing
Biological and Biomedical Sciences
Communication and Journalism
Computer and Information Sciences
Counseling and Social Work
Education, Teaching ESL
English Language and Literature
Family and Consumer Sciences
Health and Medical Administrative Services
Health and Medicine
Health Sciences
Human Services
International Relations
Languages, Intensive English as Second Language
Languages, Literature, and Linguistics
Liberal Arts and Sciences, General Studies
Math and Statistics
Mental and Social Health Services
Multi-/Interdisciplinary Studies
Natural Resources and Conservation
Nursing / Other Allied Medical
Parks, Recreation, and Fitness
Philosophy and Religion
Physical Sciences
Public Administration and Social Services
Public and Social Services
Public Health
Rehabilitation and Therapy
Science, Math, and Technology
Security and Protective Services/Criminal Justice
Social Sciences
Social Sciences


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