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- Established in 1835
- Location: Brockport, NY
- Public university, member of the State University of New York (SUNY)
- President: Heidi R. Macpherson, July 2015-present; 7th president
- Campus size: 464 acres
- Total enrollment is 8,287 (7,057 undergraduate, 1,230 graduate)
- 4,854 Women and 3,433 Men
- 783 Black or African American students
- 545 Hispanic/Latino students
- 195 students of two or more races
- 149 Asian students
- Total instructional faculty: 626 [does not include Brockport Auxiliary Service Corporation (BASC), Military Science, Brockport Childcare Center and Brockport Research Foundation]
- Undergraduate student to faculty ratio: 18:1
- Undergraduate median class size: 23
- Undergraduate Majors: 50
- Graduate Programs (Master's Degrees and Certificates of Advanced Study): 50+
- Academic Schools:
The following is a list of the number of degrees that were awarded from July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018
- 1,796 Bachelor's Degrees
- 29 Postbachelor's Certificates
- 350 Master's Degrees
- 53 Post-Master's Certificates
- Eighty-two (82) percent of students receive financial aid.
- Forty-two (42) percent of matriculated undergraduate students received Federal Pell Grants for the most recent year reported.
- The official 3 year cohort default rate is 3.5%.
- Total Extraordinary Academic Scholars: $2.4 million**
- Total Brockport Foundation Scholarships: $500,000**
- College at Brockport Profile : National Center for Education Statistics – Provides official, summary IPEDS data on a number of topics such as tuition, financial aid, programs/majors, athletics and graduation rates.
- Brockport Common Data Set (CDS) is a standard set of items that provides general information about undergraduate colleges and universities in the United States. Learn more about the Common Data Set Initiative.
*These data are updated for the 2018-19 academic year
** These data are updated for the 2016-17 academic year