The G-Net is a select group of volunteer student ambassadors who help promote the College to prospective students and their families.
There are several ways that you get involved in the Admissions Office as early as your freshman year.
Greeters assist the Admissions Office by providing a friendly face to visitors and answering any questions they may have prior to taking a tour, information session or interview. You will spend a half hour with families answering basic questions about your Geneseo experience. You are expected to volunteer at least once a week for a 30 minute session.
Social Media Liaison
Volunteers will help interact with prospective students through a variety of social media outlets including: Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Instagram.
Class Visit Host
As a Class Visit Host, you take prospective students to class to give them the “Geneseo experience” firsthand. You are responsible for securing approval from your instructor prior to a class visit.
Day Visit Host
As a Day Visit Host you will help a prospective student catch a glimpse into a day in the life of a Geneseo student - you! You will be paired based on your major, hometown or activities/interests. Days visits will occur from 10am-2pm with you as their guide. They will join you for lunch, attend a class, meet your professors/students and have an informal campus tour. You would be expected to host at least 3 day visits per semester.
As an Overnight Host, you volunteer to host students who have been admitted to the College for an overnight visit as part of our Preview Day Programs to help them experience life at Geneseo – these are held in March-April every year.
High School Liaison
As a High School Liaison, you serve an important role in helping our Admissions Office establish a relationship with your high school counselor as well as prospective students from your high school. You would be the student contact for those considering Geneseo and would be featured on a high school liaison webpage.
As a Tour Guide, you are an integral member of our Admissions staff, giving comprehensive tours to visiting students and their families, while adding your own personal touch. Tour Guides are chosen through a selective interview process which Ambassadors are eligible to apply for after a minimum of one semester working in any other ambassador program.
The student-run Geneseo First Response is a medical emergency first responder unit whose mission is to provide high-quality auxiliary medical care at night and around the clock on weekends. Students from First Response are required to be trained in basic first aid, and many are certified EMTs. For more information, call the Student Association Office at (585) 245-5878 or University Police at (585) 245-5651.
To determine how to appeal a grade, go to: Grade Appeals
The SA graphics service is staffed by a professional graphic designer and is provided for both student organizations and college departments at a reduced cost. In addition, the service offers educational opportunities for students interested in graphic design. The Graphics Office is located in MacVittie Union Room 312. For more information, contact the Graphics Office at (585) 245-5895.
There are over 30 Greek letter organizations represented on the Geneseo campus. There are both local organizations and nationally affiliated sororities and fraternities. Membership recruitment is open to all students, however, first semester freshmen are unable to pledge (i.e., join), and new transfer students must seek approval from the Dean of Students or the Assistant Dean for Fraternal Life.
The Inter-Greek Council (IGC) is a self-governing organizationfor many of the social organizations whose purpose is: to provide an organizational framework for promoting the interests of fraternities and sororities at Geneseo; to unite the members of these organizations in good fellowship and loyalty; to establish policies for the regulation of Greek organizations; and to enforce policies and to cooperate with College authorities in their efforts to promote high standards of scholastic achievement and social conduct.
The fraternity/sorority advisor assists fraternities and sororities by overseeing IGC and Panhellenic Council, as well as National Order of Omega, the Greek honor society. The advisor to Greek organizations has an office in the MacVittie Union and is a member of the Center for Community/Dean of Students staff.
The fraternity/sorority advisor also provides support and guidance for major Greek programs that occur throughout the year such as recruitment, Greek Week, Geneseo U-Knighting for Change, Anna's Ball, and the Greek Excellence Awards.
The majority of fraternities and sororities rent off-campus houses where members may choose to live.
Organizations adminiistrated by the Office of Fraternal Life
|Alpha Delta Epsilon||Alpha Chi Rho*||Alpha Kappa Psi*|
|Alpha Kappa Phi||Delta Kappa Tau||Alpha Phi Omega*|
|Alpha Omega Pi||Kappa Sigma*||Gamma Chi Epsilon|
|Alpha Sigma Tau*||Men of Action and Change||Phi Alpha Delta*|
|Delta Phi Epsilon*||Omega Beta Psi||Phi Delta Epsilon*|
|Lambda Pi Upsilon*||Phi Kappa Chi|
|Phi Kappa Pi||Phi Sigma Xi|
|Phi Lambda Chi||Sigma Alpha Mu*|
|Royal Lady Knights||Sigma Nu Chi|
|Sigma Delta Tau*||Sigma Tau Psi|
|Sigma Gamma Phi||Zeta Beta Xi|
|Sigma Psi Zeta*|
|Sisters Making a Change|
|Zeta Phi Beta*|