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EMSA Breakfast 2012

Highlights the 2011-2012 annual report.

Leadership Development

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Scott Haines had an extra special birthday this year, with the successful opening of SERC on July 9th!
The community benefitted from the $30,000 raised by Campus Recreation for different philanthropies. Dr. Pepper college champion, Jeremy Mehta, brought $120, 000 for the campus in tuition cash and prizes - is he a student employee of theirs? I couldn’t find anything in their annual report about him specifically
• Campus Recreation established an Endowed Scholarship for Professional Development opportunities through the Brockport Foundation.
Student Conduct
Anna Barone and Michele Reed were hired as Student Conduct Coordinators to devote more attention to student conduct on and off campus.

(Can you believe it has only been a year?)
Program Awards
ACUI Region 2 Community Building Award
NASPA Region 2 New Professional of the Year Award
Sara Kelly
Residential Life/Learning Communities
Staff Awards
Staff Awards
BSG Lifetime Achievement Award
Kim Haines
Student Union and Activities
Admissions welcomed the largest first year class
in over twenty years: 1099 students
Transfer numbers increased to 996 students.
A record 15.3% of the first year class and more than 16% of the transfer class is a member of an underrepresented population.

7 of the 17 SUNY students who participated in the NYS Model Senate Session Project during the SOMOS El Futuro Conference in Albany were EOP students from The College at Brockport.
The College at Brockport was again the first SUNY school to release 2012-13 award letters to prospective and returning students.

Financial Aid helped the College join the top 15% of schools

deemed to be inclusive of veteran students, through the Designation as a Military Friendly School by GI Jobs magazine.
Women's Center

The 3rd Annual Men of Color Summit was held in October with 103 attendees.

myBROCKPORT celebrated its inaugural year, with 1500 users and 108 registered student organizations as of June 2012.
Student Union & Activities
Student Union Advisory Board was created.
Student Union & Activities launched an online reservation process for student organizations, using myBrockport.
Campus Escort Services served 7,614 students.

University Police purchased new fire arms through a trade-in program which drastically reduced the cost.
Student Retention
Student Retention developed and coordinated a comprehensive Early Warning system for the campus.

The Summer Reading Program continues to be a strong part of the first year experience with the 2011 book, "Emergence: Labeled Autistic" by Temple Grandin.
Residential Life/
Learning Communities
194 Educational programs, tied to learning outcomes, were offered by Residential Life/Learning Communities professional staff members.

29th Annual RA Conference had a record breaking attendance of 375 participants from almost 20 institutions in the region.
Hazen Center
Prevention and Outreach Services, formerly Health Promotion and Prevention Services, reports that 16.2% of students reported involvement in prevention programs, with a national benchmark of 3%.
Career Services
For the 19th consecutive year, career Services hosted over 60 BOCES New Visions students on campus. This program allows high academic students to explore various career areas.
for Integrated Care
Registration and Records successfully began transitioning from the Degree Audit Reporting System (DARS) to SUNY hosted DegreeWorks.
Scott Haines had an extra special

birthday this year, with the successful opening of SERC on July 9th!

The community benefited from the $30,000 raised by Campus Recreation for different philanthropies.
The number of students participating in the Leadership Development Program continues to grow, with more certificates earned each year
129 Green Certificates
39 Gold Certificates
12 Presidential Certificates
Leadership Development Program
Leadership Development Program
Campus Recreation
Student athletes participated in over 20 community service projects:

Empire State Games for Physically Challenged
St. Luke’s Church Clothing Shelter
Sports day with Rochester City Middle School students
Cancer Walk at Frontier Field
Clothing drive
Adopt-a-Highway program
Leaf Raking Project.
Gymnastics team won its first-ever National Team Championship

Tuttle has a new and improved look as a result of various enhancements to the physical environment.

Golden Eagle Society members and donations grew by over 50%
Student Retention took leadership for the Leave of Absence process, streamlining reporting between academic departments and student retention.
Student Retention
In the process of implementing an online degree application to increase the number of students who apply to graduate in a given term, as well as provide timely notice to students of potential issues.
Registration & Records
Campus Recreation established an Endowed Scholarship for staff professional development through the Brockport Foundation.
& Records
Recruitment efforts downstate paid off with a 32% increase in freshmen enrollment from that area, and a reported increase of 77.3% specifically from NYC.

Admissions created a marketing campaign targeted to high ability students (high Tier 1 status) and welcomed 80 new Honors Program students.
University Police staff participated in
various training opportunities including:
Search Warrant applications
Interview and Interrogation techniques
Police Supervision
Missing Persons investigations
Police Accreditation Manager training
Breath Test Analysis
Active Shooter Emergency Response
Bath Salts and Synthetic Drug investigations
Suspect Identification procedures

Career Services successfully partnered with the Rochester Area Career Development Association in presenting at recruitment events that focused on:
Rochester Area Career Expo
Teacher Recruitment Day
Career Services
APS sections benefited from financial literacy training and all students had the opportunity to participate in Money Management Day in the spring.

Financial Aid collaborated with various offices to host:
SUNY Financial Aid Day
Financial Literacy Programming
Veteran Services
Financial Aid
The 2nd Annual Saturday of Service:
870 volunteers
1823 hours
52 locations
The Space celebrated its first birthday and continues to serve as a resource center for clubs and organizations and their advisors.
The inaugural December Seasons of Gratitude campaign assisted 17 local families in need by collecting:
463 food items
488 personal care items
70 household items
$1,115 in cash/gift cards for groceries
The April Seasons of Gratitude campaign collected 1,100 lbs of clothes and 400 lbs of food from residential students during the Trash-to-Treasure campaign.
Late Night with Ellsworth
Prevention and Outreach Services
Jeremy Mehta raised $100,000 for himself and contributed to Brockport winning the national Dr. Pepper college challenge.
EOP celebrated an 85% student retention rate
85 students earned a 3.0 GPA or above
11 graduates accepted to grad school
The Arthur O. Eve Opportunity for Higher Education Program (EOP)
Student Union
& Activities
Welcome Week, Homecoming and Family Weekend were more student-led than ever this year with increased student leadership in planning and implementation… including new programs and higher participation!
The Living Learning Community Program continues to grow exponentially, with 291 students in LLCs in the 2011-2012 year. Two new LLCs were created for Fall 2012, totaling 10.

MacVicar Hall successfully re-opened as a completely renovated facility for Fall 2012.
Residential Life/Learning Communities at Brockport served as a showcase institution at the national ACPA Residential Curriculum Institute at Penn State.

Three RAs received some of the top prestigious student awards including the Marion Schrank Student Leadership Award and the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence.
Residential Life/Learning Communities
Residential Life/
Learning Communities
Hazen Center for Integrated Care
"Health & Counseling" changed its name to better describe its values and style of care.
Outstanding Service to the College Award
Deb Birkins
Academic Advisement
Adele Catlin Award
Ave Gardner
Career Services
Outstanding Service to Students Award
Tom Hickey
Financial Aid
Brockport was the 2011 Host of ACUI’s I-LEAD, a national conference for student leaders
Division Collaboration
The EMSA Assessment Team received commendation by the Middle States Accreditation Team for their work.
Several departments hosted interns, graduate assistants and summer graduate interns.
Our division showcased our knowledge and programs at various regional and national conferences.
University Police
to you

Sara Kelly
Kim Piatt
Bryan Picciotto

And finally, after 250,000 miles, Chief got a new car!
Developed new program model:
The Program’s success required the creation of a full time position to continue to move the program forward. Congratulations Kim Piatt!
CSPA-NY Social Justice Innovation Award for Residential Curriculum
Program Awards

Residential Life/Learning Communities: ACPA Residential Curriculum Showcase Institution
Student Conduct successfully implemented policies and hearing boards to comply with new Title IX guidelines.

As a result of meeting regularly with village authorities and judges, increased collaboration and communication related to student conduct is occurring.
Student Conduct

Prevention & Outreach Services
was awarded the BACCHUS & GAMMA
Innovative Program Award
for EagleCHECK Bystander Intervention Award
Program Awards
Division Collaboration
ACUI Student Driven Program of the Year Award
Prevention and Outreach Services
Academic Advising successfully completed the Document Imaging project, collaboratively with Undergraduate Admissions, Registration and Records, Financial Aid, and Library Information and Technology Services.
Academic Advisement
The degree audit process was significantly improved so students receive information within two weeks of their acceptance to the college.
The spring 2012 binge drinking rate fell to 43.1% which is a 15% decrease since 2007, and nearly three percentage points below the average for colleges in the Northeast US.
Hazen Center
for Integrated Care
88% of students who visited the counseling center agreed that their personal goals were met.
Division Collaboration
Implementation of Hobson’s, a new CRM (Customer Relationship Management database)

Document imaging implementation experienced significant progress
Division Collaboration
Over 50 EMSA staff served
as volunteers for the
Leadership Development Program

Hosted 1200 high school students
for the Rochester City
School District College Fair.

Implementation of Title IX recommendations and the creation of the Sexual Assault
Prevention & Education Team.
Office for
•OSD received a perfect “hospitality” score for the past five years on our student mid-semester survey.
•In collaboration with faculty, OSD administered the first campus-wide faculty survey of attitudes toward students with disabilities and their accommodations and using the results to improve services and programs.
The Tunnel of Oppression drew over 300 students to learn more about social justice.
Division Collaboration
Enrollment Management
& Student Affairs (2011-2012)
Full transcript