TUITION AND FEES
Tuition and fees are due and payable by the payment due date (see Payment of Tuition, Fees, Room and Board.) All costs are subject to change without notice.
Matriculated graduate students pay the graduate student rate regardless of the level of the course(s) taken. Non-degree status (non-matriculated) students with a baccalaureate degree who are:
- taking 11 or fewer credits of undergraduate courses, will be charged the appropriate undergraduate rate; or
- taking 11 or fewer credits of graduate courses, will be charged the appropriate graduate rate; or
- taking 12 or more credits of either undergraduate or graduate or both types of courses, will be charged the appropriate undergraduate rate for the undergraduate courses, and the appropriate graduate rate for the graduate courses, with a minimum of $2,175 and a maximum of $3,450 per semester for New York state resident students, and a minimum of $5,305 and a maximum of $5,460 per semester for non-resident students.
For billing purposes, certification graduate students are those non-degree status (non-matriculated) students who are seeking New York state teacher certification, but who are not enrolled in a master’s degree program. This designation includes:
- persons who have completed baccalaureate degrees and wish to complete the additional course work required for provisional or initial teacher certification; and
- persons who hold teaching certificates and wish to complete the requirements for certification in additional areas/levels of teaching.
Provisional or initial certification graduate students pay according to the level of the course. Permanent or professional certification graduate students pay the graduate student rate regardless of the level of course(s) taken.
The tuition and fees below were accurate as of the catalog printing. For the most up-to-date information, refer to the Bursar’s Office.
Tuition and fees are subject to change without prior notice. Consult the Bursar’s Office Web page, for current tuition information and description/policy on SUNY Brockport fees.
Eligibility for New York state tuition rates is based upon the student being a permanent resident of New York state. Although being present in New York state to attend college does not make a person a permanent resident of New York state, financially independent students can establish permanent residence in New York state without any waiting period. Information on establishing eligibility for New York state tuition rates is available on the Bursar’s Office Web page at Applications for New York state tuition status must be submitted prior to the start of the academic period of study to be effective for that period of study.
Health Fee: A mandatory fee that constitutes a major source of support for the College’s Health Service, which provides primary care to students through its out-patient clinic. Students enrolled for no courses on the SUNY Brockport campus will be automatically exempted from the fee. The fee will be waived for students taking only evening and weekend courses upon request to the Bursar’s Office.
Technology Fee: A fee used to enrich the educational experience at SUNY Brockport by addressing technology needs in campus-wide computing, remote network access, public computer labs, software currency, library automation, expanded automation of student services and extended availability. It is automatically waived for overseas academic programs.
Optional Fees Student Alumni Association Fee: A $10 per semester fee that grants membership to one of the largest organizations on campus. The Student Alumni Association offers a wide range of programs and services for SUNY Brockport students. Students who pay Association fees receive a valuable coupon booklet that provides discounts from many Brockport merchants. The Student Alumni Association also sponsors and co-sponsors special events on campus throughout the year. Interested students are encouraged to get involved by contacting the Division of Institutional Advancement, Office fast payday loans Fulton of Alumni Relations, 305 Allen Administration Building, (585) 395-2451.