Founded in 1871, Geneseo is one of the premier public liberal arts colleges in the country.
Nationally recognized for excellence and value in the liberal arts, Geneseo is known for its exceptional faculty, its welcoming atmosphere, and its reputation for producing fiercely loyal alumni.
Student researchers must be motivated and dependable. They must also be able to work independently. I value work ethic and reliability over all other qualities.
As a student at SUNY Geneseo, you have developed a wide range of transferable skills, including researching, writing, communicating, analyzing issues, and solving problems. You have also gained specialized knowledge through your major. Translating these skills into a professional career is your next step! The links below present a variety of resources to help you define a major and/or potential career that works for you, and begin working toward it!
At SUNY Geneseo we have a dedicated International Student & Scholar Services staff focused on assisting students who are studying in the United States on an F-1 or J-1 visa.
Our office services provide support to students through their entire SUNY Geneseo career and beyond. From the admission process, to new student orientation, to advising through graduation, we are here for you!
Exchange students must live on campus at Geneseo. Accommodations are arranged by the SUNY Geneseo Study Abroad Office.
Milne Library is named after Dr. William J. Milne, who was the first Principal of the Geneseo Normal School from 1871 to 1889, and his brother, Dr. John M. Milne, who was Principal from 1889 to 1903. Milne Library was completed and occupied in 1966.
SUNY participates in the New York State Health Insurance Program (NYSHIP). This program offers a PPO, known as the Empire Plan, and several different HMOs, varying by geographic region around the State.
Over 3,000 Geneseo students live in on-campus housing, which makes for a vibrant and diverse community.
The Department of Residence Life at Geneseo has a large, dedicated staff comprising students and full-time university professionals, who work to ensure all students feel safe and supported in their living spaces. They also put on many free programs and services for students to build community, help students meet each other, and ensure students have fun inside and outside their residence halls!
The Accounting Society is an organization in Geneseo that provides numerous networking and learning opportunities to our students by sponsoring or hosting specific professional and community events. Our main goal is to promote the professional and personal development of our members.Actuary Club brings students together who are interested in the Actuarial career to learn about the profession, get internships, practice interviewing, write resumes, and network with alums.
NCATE is a coalition of more than thirty-three professional associations and as such is recognized as the professional accrediting body by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation and by the United States Department of Education. Its dual mission is accountability and improvement in teacher preparation.