SUNY Brockport GPA, SAT and ACT Data

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SUNY Brockport GPA, SAT and ACT Graph

SUNY College at Brockport GPA, SAT and ACT Data for Admission
SUNY College at Brockport GPA, SAT Scores and ACT Scores for Admission. Data courtesy of Cappex.

Discussion of SUNY Brockport's Admissions Standards:

The College at Brockport, a masters-granting member of the State University of New York system, has moderately selective undergraduate admissions. In 2015, roughly half of all applicants were admitted, and those who got in tended to have a high school record that was at least a little above average. The graph above shows data for students who were admitted, rejected, and waitlisted. The blue and green dots represent successful applicants. You can see that students who got in tended to have combined SAT scores (RW+M) of 1050 or higher, composite ACT scores of 21 or higher, and high school GPAs of 3.0 (a "B") or better. That said, you can see that some students got in with grades and/or standardized test scores below these numbers, and some students were rejected with scores above these numbers. 

The overlap of rejected and accepted students is easily explained by SUNY Brockport's holistic admissions policy. The university's decisions are not based entirely on numerical measures. Instead, the admissions folks use other elements of the application to try and see if applicants have the potential to succeed in college. Your character, special talents, and leadership potential can all play a role in the process. Whether you use the applySUNY application or the Common Application, Brockport's admissions team will want to see a strong personal essay, meaningful involvement in extracurricular activities, and a positive letter of recommendation. Make sure your passions come across in your application. Brockport is happy to consider supplemental letters of recommendation, an activities resume, a portfolio, or any other additional materials you supply.

As with all selective colleges, the College at Brockport is interested not just in your grades, but the rigor of your high school courses. IB, AP, Honors, and Dual Enrollment courses all help demonstrate that you are capable of college-level work, and the great majority of admitted students have taken challenging college-preparatory classes. You'll also want to make sure you've taken basic core courses to prepare you for college. For Brockport, this generally means four years of English and three or more years of math, science, social science and a foreign language. 

SUNY Brockport admits students on a rolling admissions basis, so applying early can have benefits. For one, it helps to demonstrate your interest. It also ensures that the programs that most interest you have not yet been filled. 

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