The College at Brockport Photo Tour

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The College at Brockport

Campus Sculpture at the College at Brockport (SUNY)
Campus Sculpture at the College at Brockport (SUNY). Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

The College at Brockport is a selective and highly-ranked member of the State University of New York system. The campus’s 67 buildings are located on 464-acres in Brockport, NY, about 45 miles from Buffalo. The college was founded in 1835 and has a very interesting history, which you can read about on the school's official website. Brockport boasts a 17 to 1 student/faculty ratio, 49 undergraduate majors, and about 50 master’s degree programs.

To learn what it takes to get into the College at Brockport, check out the Brockport profile and the Brockport GPA-SAT-ACT admissions graph.

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The Welcome Center at the College at Brockport

The Welcome Center at the College at Brockport (SUNY)
The Welcome Center at the College at Brockport (SUNY). Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

The Conrad Welcome Center is Brockport’s first greeting for new students. At the Welcome Center, guests and students can get visitor and parking passes, ask questions, or pick up paperwork for summer programs. It is located on the corner of Commencement Drive and New Campus Drive, and it is a good stop to make for those exploring Brockport for the first time.

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The Albert Brown Building at SUNY Brockport

The Albert Brown Building at SUNY Brockport
The Albert Brown Building at SUNY Brockport. Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

The Albert Brown Building is used by a host of faculty and academic departments. It has offices for the Department of Mathematics, Criminal Justice, and African and African-American Studies. It also houses the Office of Special Sessions & Programs, as well as faculty offices for many professors, department heads, and other people who work on campus at Brockport.

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The Seymour College Union at the College at Brockport

The Seymour College Union at the College at Brockport
The Seymour College Union at the College at Brockport. Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

The Seymour College Union is where students can meet, do activities, and engage in student life at Brockport. The Union is the home of The Space, which is a campus resource for student clubs and organizations. Brockport has well over a hundred clubs for students to join, including the LARPing Club, Humans vs. Zombies, and Dumbledore’s army. There are also club sports, including judo, equestrian, and roller hockey.

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Cooper Hall at the College at Brockport (SUNY)

Cooper Hall at the College at Brockport (SUNY)
Cooper Hall at the College at Brockport (SUNY). Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

Cooper Hall houses many important campus features, including a Student Learning Center, First-year Experience, Second-year Experience, and Transfer-year Experience programs. It also has Delta College, which is a unique program designed to help students with study abroad, internships, getting work experience, and preparing for a career. Brockport’s Army ROTC center is also located in Cooper Hall.

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Lennon Hall at the College at Brockport

Lennon Hall at the College at Brockport
Lennon Hall at the College at Brockport. Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

Lennon Hall, which is part of the Smith-Lennon Science Complex, has some of Brockport’s most interesting scientific equipment. Among the classrooms and laboratories, students can find an x-ray room, a Weather Cube with Doppler Radar equipment, a Geographical Information System lab, a Soils and sediments analysis room, Hydrology Lab and a rock preparation room. Lennon Hall also had the Departments of Earth Sciences and Biological Sciences.

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Smith Hall at the College at Brockport

Smith Hall at the College at Brockport
Smith Hall at the College at Brockport. Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

Smith Hall is the other half of the Smith-Lennon Science Complex. Just like Lennon, it has gone through serious renovations in order to make it a high-tech, accessible science center. Classes, labs, and offices for Brockport’s technology, math, and science programs can be found here. It also houses Chemistry, Biology, and Physics, so it is one of the most popular buildings for research.

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Shriver Stadium at the College at Brockport (SUNY)

Shriver Stadium at the College at Brockport (SUNY)
Shriver Stadium at the College at Brockport (SUNY). Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

The Eunice Kennedy Shriver Stadium seats 10,000 fans and features bleachers, synthetic turf, and a viewing platform. It is a great venue for some of Brockport’s 23 varsity sports. The college competes at the NCAA Division III level, and have won over 65 SUNYAC Championships in 14 sports. Students can compete in everything from swimming and diving, to lacrosse, to ice hockey and much more.

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Harmon Hall at the College at Brockport

Harmon Hall at the College at Brockport
Harmon Hall at the College at Brockport. Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

Harmon Hall is one of Brockport’s 12 residence halls. It is part of a complex with Gordon Hall, Dobson Hall, and Benedict Hall, which accommodates around 600 on-campus students. Harmon Hall has three stories and all of them are suite-style, with two double bedrooms and a shared living room and bathroom. There are other residence options for students to choose from, including specialty Living Learning Communities, including Creative Artists, Future Health Professionals, and Academic Exploration.

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Harrison Hall at the College at Brockport

Harrison Hall at the College at Brockport
Harrison Hall at the College at Brockport. Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

Harrison Hall was built in 1967, and today it is a dining hall for students living in the high-rise dorms. Traditional means including brunch, lunch, light lunch, and dinner are offered on the second floor, as well as occasional events with special foods. The first floor has Trax, which specializes in snack food, pizza, subs, and wings. Trax also offers meals for take-out, dine in, or even delivery.

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Holmes Hall at the College at Brockport

Holmes Hall at the College at Brockport
Holmes Hall at the College at Brockport. Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

Built in 1967, Holmes Hall originally held The Stylus, Brockport’s student paper publication. Now it is an academic center of activity, and home to the Departments of Communications and Psychology. Holmes Hall has three stories which are filled with labs, classrooms, and faculty offices for these departments. There are also a host of other faculty offices in Holmes for all kinds of college programs.

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Dailey Hall at the College at Brockport

Dailey Hall at the College at Brockport
Dailey Hall at the College at Brockport. Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

Though it was originally built as a dining hall in 1967, Dailey Hall is now the main campus computer lab. It is located near the center of campus so it’s as accessible as possible for students. The lab is open most weekdays, and it has PCs for student use (there’s also a Mac lab in the Tower Fine Arts building). It has held Brockport’s Academic Computing Services since 1992 and it remains an incredibly important college feature.

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Drake Memorial Library at the College at Brockport

Drake Memorial Library at the College at Brockport
Drake Memorial Library at the College at Brockport. Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

One of the most valuable student resources on campus is Drake Memorial Library, which offers use of book collections, research guides, online databases, and more. Drake is a great place for students to meet and study, and it provides computer labs and study rooms, as well as the Aerie Café for snack breaks. The library also has the Educational Technology Center, which teaches students about new media tools.

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Edwards Hall at the College at Brockport

Edwards Hall at the College at Brockport
Edwards Hall at the College at Brockport. Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

Edwards is a lecture hall, and it holds gen-ed classes and lots of equipment for Brockport’s Department of Communication. In Edwards Hall, students can take classes on everything from science to theatre, and they can also use editing and recording studios. They can also use Brockport’s unique digital HD television and production studio, which is an invaluable resource for film students.

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Hartwell Hall at the College at Brockport

Hartwell Hall at the College at Brockport
Hartwell Hall at the College at Brockport. Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

The School of Business Administration and Economics and the Departments of Dance, Health Science, Arts for Children, and Recreation and Leisure Studies all reside in Hartwell Hall. This hall is one of the oldest and most beautiful buildings on campus, and in addition to classrooms, it has a writing lab, computer labs, the Rose L. Strasser Dance Studio, and the Hartwell Dance Theater.

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Liberal Arts Building at SUNY Brockport

Liberal Arts Building at SUNY Brockport
Liberal Arts Building at SUNY Brockport. Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

The Liberal Arts Building is home to faculty offices for the Departments of Philosophy, Women & Gender Studies, English, Modern Languages and Cultures, and History. It is one of the newest buildings on campus and it was designed to achieve Gold LEED Certifications for sustainability. Some of its green features include furniture made out of trees that were on the building area, a bio-retention pond, and bird-friendly designs.

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SERC, Special Events Recreation Center at Brockport

SERC, Special Events Recreation Center at Brockport
SERC, Special Events Recreation Center at Brockport. Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

The campus’s newest building is the Special Events Recreation Center (SERC). This shiny new facility gives students a change to use weight equipment, cardio fitness equipment, and an indoor track. Students can also take part in group exercise programs or classes with personal trainers, as well as other recreational activities. For serious athletes, SERC has practice areas for tennis, baseball, and softball, as well as an indoor throwing cage for discus and shot put.

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Tower Fine Arts Center at the College at Brockport

Tower Fine Arts Center at the College at Brockport
Tower Fine Arts Center at the College at Brockport. Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

Brockport’s Departments of Theatre, Art, and Music Studies all reside in the Tower Fine Arts Center. There are also photography labs, art studios, two theaters, a Mac lab, and the Visual Resource Center which has an impressive multi-media library collection. Two galleries are located in the building: the Tower Fine Arts Gallery, which hosts national and international artists, and the Rainbow Gallery, which shows off student artwork.

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Student Townhouses at the College at Brockport

Student Townhouses at the College at Brockport
Student Townhouses at the College at Brockport. Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

Brockport’s Student Townhomes are great residence options for students who want to live campus-adjacent but not in a regular dorm building. Over 200 upperclassmen live in the Townhomes, and they also have access to the Student Townhome Community Center. Each house contains four single-person rooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen, laundry facilities, and living and dining areas, all of which are fully furnished and air-conditioned.

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Tuttle Complex at the College at Brockport

Tuttle Complex at the College at Brockport
Tuttle Complex at the College at Brockport. Photo Credit: Michael MacDonald

The Golden Eagles Intercollegiate Athletics program uses the Tuttle Complex for practice and competition. Tuttle has five basketball courts, a 2,000-seat ice arena, an Olympic-sized pool, and gymnastic and wrestling facilities which are fit to hold national championship matches. But the building is also used for academics, as it holds classes and labs for sports studies, kinesiology, physical education, and nursing. The Tuttle Complex is conveniently located near the Special Events Recreation Center.

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