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    Campus in Focus

    The SUNY Geneseo Image Store is now open! The online shop features several photo galleries and options for print size, frames, and finishes. Preserve your campus memories and help support Geneseo. 

    SUNY Geneseo/Keith Walters '11

  • fall leaves on campus

    Campus in Focus

    The trees across campus are showing their colors, and the air is turning crisp.

    SUNY Geneseo/Keith Walters '11

  • chemistry lab

    Campus in Focus

    Barnabas Gikonyo and students conduct experiments in the chemistry lab. 

    SUNY Geneseo/Keith Walters '11

  • students watching sunset

    Campus in Focus

    Some things never change. The quiet beauty of a Geneseo sunset is one of them.

    SUNY Geneseo/Keith Walters '11

  • students with masks

    Campus in Focus

    The downside of masks is that we can't see each other smile. But protecting one another is a far greater act of caring. ❤️

    SUNY Geneseo/Keith Walters '11


News

A student waters plants in the eGarden. (SUNY Geneseo/Keith Walters '11)
Sustainability Month Concludes with Conservation Lecture

The campus community has been celebrating Sustainability Month with lectures from local experts, volunteer work days in the on-campus eGarden, and…

Sturges Hall
Meet Our New Faculty and Staff

Get to know the faculty and staff who have recently joined Geneseo. This is part one in a continuing series welcoming the newest members of our…

A student enters Sturges Hall in the fall.
2020-2021 Presidential Scholars Named

Twelve Geneseo students were recently selected to serve as Presidential Scholars for the 2020-21 academic year. They represent a variety of…

A student shows an "I voted" sticker from a previous year.
Geneseo Is Again a “Voter Friendly Campus”

Geneseo is again designated a “Voter Friendly Campus” for 2019-2020 through a program sponsored by NASPA — Student Affairs Administrators in…

Our Commitment to Racial Justice

statements of support and action plans for racial justice

During this current moment of heightened racial unrest and trauma that embodies the scars of systemic racism, we have been looking inward, rearticulating our commitment to racial justice, and developing departmental plans of action to promote anti-racism across the college.

Visit our statements of support and action plans for racial justice for more information.

Video of the Week

Why Study Fungi?

"A lot of times by understanding processes in fungi, we can extrapolate what might be happening in other animals. We can use a simpler system like fungi to answer questions about more complex systems that are harder to work with."

— Betsy Hutchison, associate professor of biology

Health and Safety

COVID-19 Updates & Information

Campus looks a bit different this fall. Geneseo’s Restart Plan includes many adjustments to ensure a healthy and safe environment—on campus and in the greater community.

Visit the COVID-19 Updates & Information page for more information.

Join students, faculty and staff in promising to do your part to achieve the healthiest campus community possible by signing the #OneKnight Health and Safety Promise.


In the Spotlight

Master's degree ceremony
Washington Monthly Gives Nod to Geneseo's Master's Programs

Washington Monthly magazine has named SUNY Geneseo to three of its 2020 rankings and honor lists.

Kya Primm '23
Student Receives Business Internship in Freshman Year

In her first semester, Kya Primm ’23 landed a summer internship with a Fortune 500 company.

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The Geneseo Foundation Announces New Board Members

Six new members have joined the Board of Directors for The Geneseo Foundation, Inc.

Siena, Italy
Virtual Global Education: Not Just Online Courses

Geneseo has created virtual global education experiences—programs and opportunities for students to engage in meaningful…

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See for Yourself

Tours of the Geneseo campus are available every weekday throughout the year and on most Saturdays. To sign up for a tour, register online through the link below or call the Admissions Office at (866) 245-5211.