• Golf tournament

    Making Connections

    The School of Business offers students a variety of opportunities to network with and learn from successful alumni and business leaders throughout the year. One such example is the annual golf tournament.

    Photo: Ben Gajewski '07

  • Orientation

    A Warm Geneseo Welcome

    We're excited to welcome our newest Knights and their family members to campus this summer.

    If you're a first-year student who hasn't yet signed up to attend orientation, you can do so online. See you soon!

  • Commencement

    Commencement 2019

    On May 18, the Geneseo community came together to celebrate the College’s 153rd Commencement ceremony, during which an estimated 1,238 degrees were conferred.

    Photo: Lorenzo Rodriguez '19 receives his diploma during Commencement. SUNY Geneseo/Keith Walters '11

News

Voter registration forms
Geneseo Designated as 2019–20 Voter Friendly Campus

SUNY Geneseo is among 123 campuses in the country — only 10 of which are in NYS — recently designated a “Voter Friendly Campus.” The goal of the Voter Friendly Campus designation program is to bolster efforts that help students overcome barriers to participating in the political process and develop a culture of democratic engagement on campus. This year’s efforts also resulted in the registration of over 1,000 Geneseo students.

Relay For Life at SUNY Geneseo
2019 Relay For Life Raises $150K

SUNY Geneseo students raised $150,197 in this year’s Relay For Life, an annual fundraiser that supports the American Cancer Society. The student-run 12-hour event in the Ira S. Wilson Ice Arena was packed with performances, activities, and speakers to help to raise money for cancer research and services for cancer patients.

Catherine Shields '19 and Isabel Owen '19
Catherine Shields ’19, Isabel Owen ’19 Win Fulbright Awards

History majors Isabel Owen ’19 and Catherine Shields ’19 have won 2019–20 U.S. Student Fulbright awards for Brazil and Turkey, respectively. They will serve as English Teaching Assistants in a university or post-secondary institution for a year. The grants cap off a record-breaking year for Geneseo Fulbrights with seven awards and 12 semifinalists.

Events

Town Event: Geneseo Summer Concert Series

7-9 PM in the Village Park. Bob’s Brother’s Band will play at no cost to attendees. Visit the Geneseo, NY Calendar of Events for more information and other upcoming local events.

Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra Summer Spectacular

8:30 PM at Saratoga Field on the SUNY Geneseo campus. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children. The RPO has been enriching the Rochester community with music since 1922.

Weeks of Welcome

A slew of special events and activities mark the first few weeks of the fall semester, welcoming our new students. More about Weeks of Welcome.

First Day of Classes

The first day of classes for the Fall 2019 semester! Visit the SUNY Geneseo Academic Calendar for more information and other important dates.

In the Spotlight...

Katherine Andersen '19
Reconstructing Fashion

While studying abroad in the Netherlands International relations major Katherine Andersen ‘19 saw an exhibit at Amsterdam’s Rijksmuseum museum on the Dutch trade industry during the 18th century. It inspired her to research how women’s fashion evolved with the growing international trade in textiles.

Costas Solomou
New Vice President for Enrollment Management Named

SUNY Geneseo has named Costas Solomou, dean of undergraduate admissions and orientation at The George Washington University, as the College’s new vice president for enrollment management. He will begin his new position on August 8.

2019 ACE Mentor Award
President Battles Serves as Chair of ACE Council of Fellows Program

SUNY Geneseo President Denise A. Battles recently assumed the role of chair of the American Council on Education’s (ACE) Council of Fellows, an elected position.