Information about Residence Halls can be found at the Summer Sessions Housing web site.
Fusion Market, located in the MacVittie College Union will be open Monday – Friday, from 11am – 3pm. Starbucks, also located in the College Union, will be open Monday – Friday, from 8am – 2pm. For more information about dining services during the summer session, please contact Campus Auxiliary Services, Inc. at 585-245-5666 or 585-245-5648.
Lauderdale Center for Student Health and Counseling
Located on University Drive, The Lauderdale Center for Student Health and Counseling promotes students' optimal health, well-being, and development through the provision of high quality, integrated, and holistic health services. Staffed by caring professionals, Health and Counseling offers primary health care, psychological counseling, and health education to SUNY Geneseo students, as well as consultation, prevention, and training programs to the Geneseo community. Health and Counseling records are not part of students' academic records, and all information is held strictly confidential.
Health Services provides primary medical care to SUNY Geneseo students. Services include physical exams, diagnostic services, and some laboratory services, and are provided by a staff composed of a physician, nurse practitioners, and registered nurses. To make an appointment, call (585) 245-5736 or stop by Health Services.
Counseling Services offers short-term psychotherapy, assessment, crisis intervention and other services to SUNY Geneseo students. Students seek counseling for assistance with a wide range of issues, including anxiety, depression, stress, relationship problems, adjustment issues, eating disorders and more. Counseling Services is staffed by doctoral-level psychologists; a consulting psychiatrist is also available on a limited basis. To schedule an appointment, call Counseling Services at (585) 245-5716 or visit the second floor of Lauderdale.
Health Fee Policy
A mandatory health fee is included in the comprehensive fee that you will pay when registering for Summer Sessions. If you require medications, laboratory procedures, allergy shots, etc., you may pay an additional fee at the time of service.
Health Insurance is recommended for all students. The College does not cover charges associated with private physicians, x-rays, hospitals, and outside laboratories.
Health and Counseling summer hours are Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m - 4:00 p.m. Consultation with an off-site registered nurse is available after-hours by calling 245-5736.
When Health and Counseling are closed, emergency calls should be directed to the University Police by dialing 911 or (585) 245-5222.
The Career Services Office, located in Blake A, Room 104 offers personal consultation to students, alumni, and alumnae interested in choosing and finding professional employment, determining appropriate career direction, changing careers, or selecting a graduate school. The Career Services Office also offers a variety of career assessments evaluating interests, skills, values and personality traits to help students determine how these characteristics relate to the world of work
Questions should be ditected to the office at (585) 245-5721.
For information on summer and part-time employment, and internship advisement, contact the Student Employment Services Office, also located in Blake A 104.
The Office of Disability Services, Erwin 106, provides advocacy, reasonable accommodations, and support services to students with disabilities who present current and proper documentation. To register with the Office, or to request further information about required documentation, contact Dr. Buggie-Hunt, Assistant Dean for Disability Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org (585) 245-5112.
Students registered for summer courses at SUNY Geneseo are expected to conduct themsleves in a responsible and mature manner. Students are responsible for their behavior in the classroom and in the College Community (i.e., residence halls, campus and the Village of Geneseo) as outlined in the Student Code of Conduct. Concerns about conduct may be addressed with the Dean of Students Office (354 College Union) or the Office of Student Conduct and Community Standards (348 College Union).