|Submission Date||Jan. 30, 2012|
State University of New York at Brockport
PAE-8: Support Programs for Under-Represented Groups
Does the institution have mentoring, counseling, peer support, affinity groups, academic support programs, or other programs in place to support under-represented groups on campus?:
A brief description of the programs sponsored by the institution to support under-represented groups within the student body:
At The College at Brockport, we are dedicated to providing an educational experience that turns students into thinkers and doers. We offer a rich and varied academic life that prepares students for real world challenges. With 50 undergraduate degree programs and 48 graduate programs, we match our more than 8,600 students with more than 600 talented faculty who encourage them to succeed and grow.
We offer opportunities that extend beyond the walls of our excellent classrooms and laboratories to internships and study abroad. Our students learn and master fields of study spanning philosophy, history, and dance to medical technology, meteorology and the arts.
A brief description of the programs sponsored by the institution to support under-represented groups within the faculty:
Our mission is simple – support student success. Our faculty are dedicated to challenging, encouraging, and assisting students in pursuit of their academic, physical and creative goals. And we also provide additional challenges through our Presidential Fellows program, which helps create diversity of scholarship and perspective among our faculty.
A brief description of the programs sponsored by the institution to support under-represented groups within the staff:
In each of our schools, The School of The Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences, The School of Education and Human Services, The School of Health and Human Performance, The School of Science and Mathematics, and Business Administration and Economics students can find mentors ready to help them define and achieve their goals.
EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY PROGRAM MISSION
Student success is our goal. The Program and the College at Brockport are committed to offering the highest educational opportunites to New York State high school graduates and GED holders who do not meet regular applied admissions criteria, but have demonstrated the potential for post secondary academic success. The Arthur O. Eve Opportunity for Higher Education Program is committed to enhancing student success through legislative funds provided to assist in meeting the cost of direct financial aid, supplemental instruction, tutoring, and counseling.
The website URL where more information about the programs in each of the three categories is available :
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