Accessible Campus Parking and Building Entrances
Please refer to the Parking & Transportation webpage for more information on accessible parking on campus and how to obtain a temporary handicap parking permit. Refer to the campus map for handicap parking areas on campus.
Refer to the accessible entrances map for automatic door opener and elevator access locations across campus.
Reporting Physical Accessibility Barriers
The topography of our campus, as well as the weather, can pose challenges to easy mobility around campus. We will expedite easily achievable changes while continuing to modify and upgrade areas that pose greater challenges of accessibility. Please complete the Reporting Physical Accessibility Barriers Form to report any barriers you encounter as you travel around campus, including sidewalks, curb cuts, elevators and campus buildings. You may also contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 585-245-5112 during business hours, Monday through Friday, 8:00am - 4:15pm. You may also contact Facilities Services at 585-245-5663. To report an immediate physical accessibility barrier after business hours, please contact University Police at 585-245-5651.
It is SUNY Geneseo policy to ensure that no student with a disability is denied access to a course in which s/he is enrolled because the classroom/lecture hall is not physically accessible. The Office of Accessibility Services will assist with the relocation of classes or programs that are held in locations that are physically inaccessible.
Please refer to the Geneseo Accessibility webpage for more information on our web accessibility policy and other related information.
Students may report inaccessible course content, including inaccessible documents, websites, or other forms of electronic information by completing this “Learning Barriers” Google Form using your school email address. Personnel from CIT and/or Accessibility Services will address the situation promptly.
If you become aware of a SUNY Geneseo program, service, activity, or online content that is not accessible to persons with disabilities, you may report to the Office of Accessibility Services or the SUNY Geneseo Chief Diversity Officer, robbie routenberg. The College will promptly address such reports and provide the requested content in an accessible manner.
See the Accessibility Services process for filing a formal complaints, appeals or grievances for more details.