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Veterans who are eligible for benefits must report to the Veterans’ Affairs Office, Erwin 106, each month that they are enrolled in order to confirm their attendance at the College. Any question or concerns regarding veteran’s benefits may be directed to the Veterans’ Affairs Office.
The Volunteer Center's mission is to provide opportunities for student learning and development through leadership and community service programming, to promote service learning throughout the campus, to foster relationships between SUNY Geneseo and the broader community and to increase awareness of our society's needs. The Volunteer Center provides many valuable resources to organizations looking to develop service projects such as contacts in Livingston County, grants, and programs. Our mission is accomplished through matching student volunteers with the needs of campus and community agencies and developing opportunities for students to engage in service and experiential learning through civic engagement. Volunteer opportunities include a Fall and Spring Volunteer Fair, on-site tutoring, A Day of Caring, and a Fall and Spring Blood Drive. The Volunteer Center is housed in the Center For Community, MacVittie College Union 353A and connected to the GOLD Leadership through the sapphire volunteerism and service leadership certificate and the GOLD Leader Mentor volunteers. For more information call Kay Fly, Coordinator for Student Volunteerism and Service Learning at (585) 245-5893, or go to the website http://geneseo.edu/volunteer_center