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New Center Hopes to Increase Racial & Cultural Inclusivity on Campus

The Joey Jackson Intercultural Center is dedicated to providing students from underrepresented groups, and their allies, opportunities for leadership development, celebration, collaboration, and education.

Facilities Updates

Brockport’s Cold War Fallout Shelters Revealed

The SUNY Brockport campus was once reinforced and stocked to survive the fallout of a nuclear attack. Find out what happened and what’s left of it all — including one shelter location that remains up for debate.

Alumni Updates,Athletics,Student News

A (s)LIVER of Hope

The story of a life-saving friendship that began at Brockport. 

Alumni Updates,Philanthropy

Brockport Expands Global Opportunities Behind $300K Gift from Steve Lewine ’80

The Lewine Global Engagement Fund Significantly Boosts SUNY Brockport Global Opportunities with a $300K Commitment.

Facilities Updates

New Meadow to Enhance Campus Sustainability

By cutting less grass SUNY Brockport is making improvements that will impact sustainability efforts, the budget, academics, and even athletic teams.

Alumni Updates,Philanthropy

When Life Hands You Lemons, Make Pound Cake

Alum combines family recipe and Brockport education to launch a sweet business.

Alumni Updates,Athletics,Student News

Alum wins Emmy for Role on ESPN’s SportsCenter

Cordell Cumming 18 says his student media experience helped pave the way for professional success

Facilities Updates

New York’s Reimagine Canals Initiative to Build in Brockport

Multimillion dollar project announced to update SUNY Brockport’s campus and Erie Canal.

Alumni Updates,Diversity,Fine Arts,Library,Philanthropy

How One Family Preserved Ukrainian Culture

Longtime emeriti couple spent decades collecting thousands of pieces of Ukrainian literature that were banned by the Soviet Union. Their work is now in jeopardy.

Alumni Updates,Fine Arts

Alumni Podcast Takes Flight

“Where Golden Eagles Soar!” debuts, featuring the incredible stories of successful graduates.