Please review the REOC‚Äôs Admissions Requirementsbefore completing the online application. Submitting an application does not guarantee admission into the school.
New students: Welcome to REOC! Please take a few minutes to watch our orientation video to familiarize yourself with the school.
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REOC prides itself on the success of its graduates ¬† If you are an REOC Alumni and wish to tell us about your success after graduating, please contact:
If you are an REOC alumni and wish to contribute to the Maxine Gooden Scholarship, which benefits the future of all REOC students, please contact:¬†
(In Memory of Maxine Gooden)
The Maxine Gooden Scholarship was developed to recognize students who have demonstrated academic excellence (3.0 GPA or higher). The scholarship fund was established in order to financially assist graduating REOC students continuing their education in a vocational and/or academic setting or beginning employment.
Betty Marian Anderson Scholarship
The Betty Marian Anderson Scholarship is granted each year to an REOC student. This scholarship provides financial assistance to an individual who demonstrates matriculation into college and a commitment to the continued pursuit of higher education. ¬† If you are an REOC alumni and wish to contribute to the Scholarship program, which benefits the future of all REOC students, please contact:
From East:Thruway to Exit 45 (490 West). 490 West to DOWNTOWN Rochester and exit at Clinton Avenue. Turn right onto Court Street. REOC is the last building on the right before the corner of Court and Chestnut Streets.
From West:Thruway to Exit 47 (490 East). 490 East to DOWNTOWN Rochester. Exit Inner Loop east (exit 13), and take St. Paul Street exit. Turn right onto St. Paul. Take St. Paul Street to Court Street (cross over Main Street). Turn left onto Court Street. REOC is the last building on the right before the corner of Court and Chestnut Streets.
From South:390 North to 590 North to 490 West. (Downtown Rochester). 490 West to DOWNTOWN Rochester and exit at Clinton Avenue. Turn right onto Court Street. REOC is the last building on the right before the corner of Court and Chestnut Streets.
From Northwest:390 South to 490 East (Downtown Rochester). Exit Inner Loop east (exit 13), and take St. Paul Street exit. Turn right onto St. Paul. Take St. Paul Street to Court Street (cross over Main Street). Turn left onto Court Street. REOC is the last building on the right before the corner of Court and Chestnut Streets.
From Northeast:590 South to 490 West (Downtown Rochester). Exit at Clinton Avenue. Turn right onto Court Street. REOC is the last building on the right before the corner of Court and Chestnut Streets.
Parking:REOC‚Äôs lot is for REOC faculty and staff only (with permit). Please use on-street metered parking or one of the many convenient commercial parking lots surrounding the Center.
Mass Transit: REOC is located steps away from RTS bus stops: Clinton Ave., Main Street. East Ave., Chestnut Street and Court Street.
Security Security is designed to assist REOC in cases of safety and emergency.¬† The responsibility of the Security department is to protect students and property.¬† All lost and found items should be promptly taken to the Security Office.¬† A first aid kit is available in the Security Office.¬† In emergency situations, dial 264 on REOC building hallway phones to reach Security.
REOC CODE OF CONDUCT
The REOC requires each student to conduct himself or herself in such a manner as to uphold the good name of the REOC and that of his/her fellow students.¬† Each student, in his/her relationships with other students, faculty, staff and/or administrators, shall respect the rights and privileges of the other party and act accordingly.
Students who violate the REOC Code of Conduct may be suspended and/or terminated.
Any student engaging in any of the following behaviors while he/she is attending classes or representing REOC at an off-site location or function, may be terminated from the Center immediately and may not be allowed re-entry into REOC.
Failure to comply with directions of REOC officials acting in the performance of their duties.
Failure to show proper identification to a requesting REOC official acting in the performance of his/her duties.
REOC enforces a ZERO TOLERANCE policy for:
Possession, display or use of alcohol.
Possession, display or use of drugs and/or illegal substances.
Possession, display or use of weapons or firearms.
Unprofessional conduct as indicated by verbal and/or physical abuse, harassment, or stalking/intimidation by any student to another student, faculty, staff, or REOC guest.
Use of Internet sites that REOC administration considers pornographic or otherwise inappropriate for an educational setting.
Dishonesty, such as cheating or plagiarism, in any academic instance.
Knowingly falsifying information to the REOC activities or classes, such as forgery, alteration, or misuse of REOC documents, records or identification.
Obstruction or disruption of REOC activities or classes.
Theft or damage to property.¬†
Unauthorized entry to, or use of, REOC facilities.
Disorderly, lewd, indecent, or obscene conduct or expression on REOC-owned or controlled property or at a REOC sponsored or supervised function.
Emergencies ‚Äď Center-Wide REOC is required by law to hold at least three fire drills each year, and at least two of these are unannounced.¬† If either REOC building needs to be evacuated in the case of a fire (drill) or other emergency, all occupants must quickly and safely exit the building in an orderly manner through the nearest exit.¬† Once outside the building, students should follow the instructions of the faculty, staff and security guards.¬† In the event of a fire, authorities need free access to the parking lot and building entrances.
In order to evacuate people with disabilities as quickly as possible, it is necessary that any student who needs special assistance see a security office representative as soon as possible upon enrollment.¬† The student will be asked to provide specific information so a safe evacuation plan can be provided for his/her safety. ¬† For the complete REOC Evacuation Procedures, please see Security or the REOC Director of Business Affairs.
Emergencies - Personal In the case of a true personal emergency (medical, sick child, life threatening situation, etc.) where someone (babysitter, family member) needs to reach a student in class, he/she must call the Security Office of the building where the student‚Äôs classes are held (REOC 327-4064; Sibley Building 327-4042). The person calling should reference the name of the student and, if possible, the name of the student‚Äôs teacher, program and classroom.
Accidents/Injuries All accidents/injuries occurring on REOC property must be reported to REOC (327-4064) or Sibley building Security Office (327-4042) immediately. Emergency telephones are located in each hallway of the Andrews Street facility, and will directly connect the caller to the Security Office in case of emergency.
Learning and Resource Center (Library)
The Learning Resource Center offers Internet, periodical, research and tutorial assistance for current students.¬† Computers are available for student use.¬† Some additional Resource Center Services offered are circulation, reference, inter-library loan, and GED official practice test.¬†
REOC LRC Library relationship to Drake Memorial Library
Learning Resource Center Library at REOC is a branch Library of Drake Memorial Library at SUNY Brockport.¬†
Q: Do you have Internet?
A: Yes. All our computers connect to the Internet
Q: Can I Check my E-mail?
A: Yes. You can check your E-mail on any of our library computers
Q: Where can I do my E-Learning ISI Lessons?
A: You can do your E-learning lesions both in the 3rd floor computer room and here in the Library on the ISI computers
Q: Can I get help with my resume or help to attach my resume to an online application?
A: Yes. The Librarian has a strong background is career and employment training and will assist you
Q: Where can I get Math tutoring help?
A: A resident Math tutor is in the library daily to assist you
Q: Can I photocopy?
A: Yes. Just ask the Librarian or her assistant for help
Q: How do I check a book out?
A: Select a book from the shelf and bring it to the Librarian with your student ID. You may keep the book out for 3 weeks.
Q: Do you have a dictionary?
A: Yes. We have an unabridged English dictionary and several smaller English dictionaries. We also have medical dictionaries and several bilingual dictionaries.
Q: Can I come in and do my homework?
A: Yes. The Library is set up as a quiet atmosphere to study.
Q: I lost a book that I borrowed.¬† What do I do?
A: Lost or destroyed resource center books, computers, or materials are the responsibility of the student.¬† The replacement cost of the books, computers, or materials will be charged to the student.¬†