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EMSA Breakfast 2013

Achievements from The College at Brockport's EMSA

Leadership Development

on 23 September 2014

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Provided full degree audits to 85% of new accepts within two weeks of acceptance
Created a “How to Read Your DARS Video”
Processed 8,162 files for credit evaluations and 8,568 Major Declarations
Academic Advisement
Opened the SERC
Received the 2012-2013 NIRSA Outstanding Sport Facility Award
Campus Recreation
2012-2013 Briefing Book
Divisional Achievements
The College at
Enrollment Management
& Student Affairs
Campus Recreation
Hosted student internships and practicums in the Departments of Recreation & Leisure, & Sport Management
Hired new director, Jill Wesley – welcome!
Presented to 66% of APS sections and 100% of Transfer Students APS Freshman sections about a new program targeted toward students living on-campus
Career Services
Collaborated with Alumni Relations to create a YouTube video about networking with The College at Brockport Alumni LinkedIn group
Increased employer registration by 22% & student attendance by 37% in the 2013 Spring Jobs & Internships Fair
Offered a LinkedIn photo booth at the fairs
Career Services
Had 944 students participate in Saturday of Service
Had 91% of students say their service impacted the community
Launched the Co-Curricular Transcript in January 2013 as a way for students to showcase their experiences
Community Development
Evolved the Student Organization Resource Center by providing services, trainings, & the inaugural Student Organization Appreciation Day, celebrating 121 organizations at Brockport
Participated in a SUNY wide initiative for Hurricane Sandy Relief efforts in Long Island
Community Development
Inducted 25 EOP students into Chi Alpha Epsilon (XAE), an organization committed to academic excellence
Increased numbers for “GPS,” the faculty-student mentoring program, to include 33 mentees and 26 mentors among 21 academic disciplines
Educational Opportunity Program
Educational Opportunity Program
Hosted 17 EOP student athletes in the Athlete Support Group, including:
Eliah Golding – Division II Scholar All-American
Johnathan Ivy – All-League First Team Honors in Basketball
Financial Aid
Was the first institution in NY to release Financial Aid Award Letters, even with the creation of the SUNY Award Letter
Participated for the first time in National Student Employment week
Financial Aid
Recognized nationally for the 3rd year as a Military Friendly Institution by GI Jobs
Awarded more campus based & institutional aid than any other SUNY comprehensive college, including an increase in student employee job placement rate
Hazen Center for Integrated Care
Provided counseling services to an increased number of students, up 10% from last year, including those presenting with complex mental health concerns
Received a $5,000 grant for Prevention & Outreach Services from the AVON Foundation for Women to fund relationship violence, sexual violence and stalking prevention initiatives
Hazen Center for Integrated Care
Opened the Center for Select Respect in the Seymour College Union, as part of a campus wide effort to prevent sexual violence, relationship violence, & stalking
Served 7,500+ students in the Student Health Center, despite a vacant Nurse Practitioner Position
Intercollegiate Athletics
Won two individual National Championships: Stephanie Schuler & Zach Ferrara
Won two SUNYAC Regular Season Titles: Softball & Women’s Soccer
Joan Schockow was named the SUNYAC Women’s Soccer Coach of the Year
Intercollegiate Athletics
Had 101 SUNYAC Commissioner’s List members
Had 216 SUNYAC All-Academic Team members
Leadership Development Program
Implemented all four levels of the certificate program
Had a record number of participants, with 200+ students receiving certificates
Impacted 300+ students at the Annual Student Leadership Conference and brought in Don McPherson and 18 alumni presenters
Leadership Development Program
Office for Students with Disabilities
Added ASL interpreters at major College events to increase access for the Deaf
Participated in a major campus access study to provide the College with a detailed plan for implementing campus access improvements
Registration & Records
Received a 95.7 % satisfaction rating from students about their quality of service
Implemented an online application for graduation, reducing the notification wait time from 6 weeks to 48 hours
Residential Life &
Living-Learning Communities
Initiated the Master Plan Process & moved to an online room selection process
Increased the number of students in the LLC program to 41% participation among first year students
Completed various residence hall renovations
Student Conduct
Student Conduct
Student Retention
Introduced an online orientation for new transfer students, which was well received by the incoming students
Facilitated 2 In-Person New Transfer Orientation Programs, offering students the opportunity to connect with the College and other new students
Student Retention
Exceeded attendance expectations at freshmen summer orientation, due in part to the lower mandatory fee, which could be paid with financial aid
Student Union & Activities
Hosted first ever Senior Forum with Alumni Relations, with 500+ student participants & 200+ student participants at the Senior Toast
Earned the 2013 Innovative Community Service Award for 89.1 The Point’s “Coats for Kids,” which collected approximately 100 coats for children in need
Undergraduate Admissions
Hosted 7,000+ visitors from all 50 states with the new UG Admissions Virtual Tour
Enrolled 89 new students in the Honors Program with a mean SAT of 1278 & GPA of 95
Undergraduate Admissions
Piloted a direct-entry Nursing program where 18 students enrolled with 1200+ SAT scores & 88+ GPA’s
Implemented “Hobsons,” a new CRM system to enhance e-Recruitment efforts
University Police
Reduced total reported crimes & property crimes to historically low levels
Enhanced community policing conditions in cooperation with Residential Life/Learning Communities
University Police
Instituted “Operation Lock-Out” to bolster the security of Residence Hall rooms
Had 88% respondents of a Student Opinion Survey report they felt “safe" or "very safe” in their Residence Hall & 84% feeling “safe” or “very safe” on campus
Student Union & Activities
Had 1000+ students participate in “The B” photo during Welcome Week
Hosted Homecoming 2012 – SERC de Brockport
Marketed & implemented the “Thursdays in the U” program series
Women's Center
Supported undergraduate student staff members & interns presenting at campus or local conferences on a women and gender-related topic or program
Student Union & Activities
Increased servings of popcorn from 20,000 bags
in 2011-2012 to
35,000 bags
last year!
Residential Life &
Living-Learning Communities
Had 37 faculty members participate in the LLC program
Averaged a GPA of 3.4 for all RA’s

Residential Life &
Living-Learning Communities
Hosted “L.A.U.N.C.H.,” an ethical decision-making workshop, serving 139 sanctioned students
Created the Off Campus Relations team to improve The College’s relationships with Sweden Town Court, Brockport Police, landlords, town leadership & community residents

Increased the number of civic engagement opportunities for sanctioned students to 69 students participating at 10 sites
Expanded conduct board membership & training curriculum, including 6 times the membership of two years ago
Women's Center
Increased the number of students reporting being aware of The Women’s Center programs & services by 45%
Improved the quality of the Women’s Center space by creating a welcoming atmosphere & collaborative work-spaces for student staff members
Leadership Development Program
Selected to present 2 sessions at the Leadership Educators Institute, a national conference for student affairs professionals specializing in leadership development
Hosted the 2013 New York Leadership Educators Conference & brought 100+ colleagues from NY and Canada to hear from the renowned John Dugan
Registration & Records
Ranked #1 in the course registration process among SUNY Comprehensive Colleges
The myBROCKPORT system reached 7,304 users & implemented new features led by Community Development with help from the LDP, Campus Rec, Student Union & Activities, & International Education.
We hosted the Second Annual Tunnel of Oppression.
130+ faculty and staff members volunteered to serve as a mentor, committee member, or presenter for the Leadership Development Program, including representatives from almost every office in EMSA.
Successful and systematic collaboration among University Police, Residential Life/Learning Communities, Health and Counseling through the Liaison Program continued to strengthen our approach to supporting students and managing incidents.
Retention, Academic Advisement, &
Student Union & Activities collaborated in transforming the orientation for new transfer students:

Advised transfer students earlier than before
Oriented students in-person
Replaced SOAR with online orientation program

All aspects have earned positive feedback from participants!
The Division completely overhauled the Accepted Student Days for prospective students and their families, increasing overall attendance by 23%.
The SERC opened its doors on the Director’s Birthday, July 9, 2012, & we celebrated the SERC grand opening in style in collaboration with Homecoming 2012.
EMSA was recognized by Middle States for its comprehensive assessment efforts.
Way to go, members of EAT!
We supported the College community & hosted remembrance programs
for Alexandra Kogut.
The College at Brockport
The Select Respect Task Force collaborated with numerous departments to host the inaugural Select Respect Symposium.
The College won the 2013 Ellucian Inspire Award for Constituent Service for the document imaging co-created by Admissions, Financial Aid, Academic Advisement, &
Registration & Records.
Pursue Something Greater
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