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The State University of New York College Brockport

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As an alum of the Business program, IQuite BrightBusiness - Management and Administration
As an alum of the Business program, I can say that Brockport did a good job of balancing textbook information with real world preparation and application. Specifically Jeff Taylor (has moved on since) and Baban Hasnat, were two excellent professors at my time there. They both have real world experience and are able to translate/apply it in ways students can sink their teeth into. I am a proud Brockport alum, and recommend this school to others.
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Brockport's athletic facilities are top notch.Quite BrightBiology
Brockport's athletic facilities are top notch. You can definitely stay fit and avoid the freshman 15. There is also nutritional facts provided for the food. As for academics, you could be pulling all-nighters if you're doing any science major. I was. There's plenty of clubs to join if academics won't keep you busy.
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As a former SociologyBrightSociology
As a former Sociology major, I was impressed with this college. The faculty are very experienced and know what they're talking about.
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