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|Emergency Drill Underway||
Emergency Disaster Drill undereway on campus. Evacuate South, Welles, Frazier, Doty Halls and Saratoga Townhouses. All non-essential personnel go to designated evacuation areas on north and south campus. All classes, events and activities canceled for the rest of the day.
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We hope you are finding your stride and are becoming more comfortable at Geneseo. We want to hear your feedback about January Orientation & JWOW Events, so please take a few moments and fill out the evaluation here.
Is fraternity/sorority life for you?
Since 1871, Geneseo has been the home to a variety of
fraternal organizations. Currently, 18% of our student body is a member of a
fraternity or sorority. There are 30 fraternal organizations at Geneseo of
national and local affiliations. Some focus on community service, some serve
specific professions, like business, and some are social organizations. All
fraternal organizations offer opportunities for leadership development,
community service, academic achievement, and brotherhood/sisterhood.
February 3, 2013 will begin the recruitment period for the fraternities and sororities at Geneseo. This is a great opportunity for students to explore the variety of "Greek" organizations on campus and decide whether or not to become a member. In order to be eligible to join, a student must be in their second semester at Geneseo and have a minimum GPA of 2.0. First semester transfer students with a minimum transfer GPA of 3.5 may appeal this requirement to the Assistant Dean of Students, Wendi Kinney. To get started, simply log into your Knightweb account and complete the Greek Grade Release Survey. To learn more about the fraternities and sororities at Geneseo visit:
You're finally here! All of us in Residence Life are relieved - the campus is alive again. You just moved into your room last week, but we already want you to start thinking about your housing arrangements for next year. We hope that this information helps you to "Find Your Fit" as you prepare for the 2013 Housing Selection process for current students!
Friday, February 1: application and housing deposit deadline for Saratoga Terrace townhouses.
Friday, February 15: application and housing deposit deadline for Gender-Neutral Housing, EcoHouse, and Writers House.
Monday, March 25: application and housing deposit deadline for all other residence halls.
What else you need to know now:
Feel free to contact us in the Residence Life Office (585-245-5726; firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions. We are also available on Facebook (SUNY Geneseo Residence Life) and Twitter (@GeneseoResLife)!
Have questions about your academics at Geneseo? Visit the Office of the Dean in Erwin 106 or check out their web site for more information. Take charge of your academic life at Geneseo. Follow Dean Iyer on Twitter @SUNYGeneseoDean.
Spring 2013 Academic Calendar
Located on the lower level of Merritt Athletic Center, is SUNY Geneseo's fitness area which consists of two rooms. The Weight Room is where current students must go to register. Staff at the main desk will help with registration and scanning your hand. The Cardio Room is adjacent to the Weight Room and has elliptical machines, stair climbers, stationary bikes, rowers, and arc trainers.
Spring Semester Hours
Monday-Thursday 6:00am to 11:00pm
Friday 6:00am to 9:00pm
Saturday 10:00am to 9:00pm
Check out the workout center website for hours and classes (i.e., yoga, zumba, kickboxing).
Interested in joining an intramural team? Check out the winter 2013 schedule here.
Mark you calendars today! You won't want to miss any of these upcoming programs or ways to get connected at Geneseo.
|1/29 at 7:00pm||Credit Transfer Tip Off: Learn how your credits transfer to Geneseo||Monroe Hall||YouBelong Series|
|1/30||Submit your photo for "First Days"||http://go.geneseo.edu/FOCUS||FOCUS Project|
|1/30 10am-3pm||Volunteer Fair & Study Abroad Fair||MacVittie College Union|
|2/4 at 6:30pm||Mapping Your Semester||Monroe Hall||YouBelong Series|
|2/6 from 2-4pm||Student Organization Expo. Learn about the different clubs & orgs.||MacVittie College Union|
|2/6||Submit your photo for "A Scenic View of Campus"||http://go.geneseo.edu/FOCUS||FOCUS Project|
|2/13 at 7:00pm||Geneseo Trivia Night||Monroe Hall||YouBelong Series|
As many of you know, Monroe Hall came back online this spring semester and is home to many of you who are residing on campus. Monroe Hall will host an open house on Thursday, February 7 from 3:00-5:00pm for the campus community to come and visit. Even if you do not live in Monroe Hall or on campus, you are invited to the open house. Join us to learn more about the building and opportunities for you to contribute to the hall through a Monroe County Art competition.
If you have any questions about Orientation & First-Year Programs, please contact us at email@example.com or by calling 585-245-5852. Didn't read the first three issues of the E-Newsletter Series? No worries, click below to catch up. Be sure to follow us on Twitter @GeneseoFYP for updates and news from FYP.
E-Newsletter Volume 2, Issue 1
This e-lert is a collaborative effort between the Office of Orientation & First-Year Programs and the Office of the Dean of the College.