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    New Student Orientation

    New Student Orientation will begin the evening of Wednesday, August 24, when our new Knights arrive on campus. A warm welcome awaits!

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    MacVittie College Union

    Campus in Focus

    Student activity in the main lobby of MacVittie College Union.

    Photo: SUNY Geneseo/Keith Walters '11

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    Geneseo campus

    Tour Geneseo

    Want to learn more about Geneseo and check out the campus? We offer in-person tours most days of the week. Find a day that works for you and we'll see you soon!

    SUNY Geneseo/Keith Walters '11

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    Campus in Focus

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    SUNY Geneseo/Keith Walters '11

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    Campus in Focus

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    SUNY Geneseo/Keith Walters '11

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SUNY Geneseo is a premier public liberal arts college with 50 undergraduate degree programs and graduate programs in accounting and education.

Located in Upstate NY, it's a short drive from Rochester and Buffalo.

Academic Calendar

Looking for quick access to semester dates, deadlines, holidays and breaks? Visit the SUNY Geneseo academic calendar (also available as a Google calendar).

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.

Office of Diversity & Equity

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Performance as Social Change is an academic microcredential program for students interested in understanding the critical role arts-based performances play in facilitating and advancing social change.

For more information, contact Dr. Mark Broomfield, Associate Professor of English.