Registration and course information will be available online Saturday, October 23, 2021. Registration for the session begins on Monday, November 1, 2021.Close
Our WinterSession program is tailored to accommodate diverse schedules, with more than 80 undergraduate and graduate courses from late-December to January. We offer high demand online courses, internships and study abroad opportunities to keep your academic program on track, catch up, or get ahead.
WinterSession registration is available to current and former students who have registered for a Brockport course within the past two years.
New Brockport Students
This includes students:
- Who have not registered for a course at SUNY Brockport within the past two years or have just graduated from the College
- Are not matriculated at Brockport and have not registered for a course at Brockport within the past two years.
New students need to complete the Undergraduate New Student Application or the Graduate New Student Application in order to register for WinterSession '22. Once the completed form has been submitted and processed, a student record will be created for you, which will allow you to register for WinterSession '22 courses.
|Session I (100% Online Courses Only)|
|Monday, December 20, 2021||First Day of Session I|
|Friday, January 14, 2022||Last Day of Session I|
|Session II (100% Online Courses Only)|
|Monday, December 27, 2021||First Day of Session II|
|Friday, January 14, 2022||Last Day of Session II|
Course Limits for WinterSession '22
Undergraduate and graduate students may register for a maximum of 6 credits.
Any exception to these limits requires permission from Dr. Susan Lowey, Director of Special Sessions and Programs.
The following 100% online course formats are offered during WinterSession ’22:
100% Asynchronous (ASY) Courses
Our 100% online courses are taken/completed via asynchronous course activities such as online readings, problem solving, and discussions using Blackboard.
100% Online, Combined (CMB) Courses
Our Online Combined courses are 100% online courses, and include a few mandatory synchronous (same time) meetings. Students need to be online in Blackboard (Live Chat - synchronous) throughout the term. There are no Face-to-Face requirements. The remaining course work will be completed via asynchronous course activities such as online readings, problem solving, and discussions using Blackboard. Many CMB courses require students to have a webcam for the specific synchronous Blackboard Collaborate meetings.