Geneseo’s admissions team recognizes the essential role school counselors and teachers play in the well-being of their students, and we’re honored to partner with you as you guide them toward their post-secondary goals. We hope the resources on this page make your job easier.
- Academic Programs
SUNY Geneseo is dedicated to providing students equal and comprehensive access to college-wide programs, services, and campus facilities. Visit the Office of Accessibility website for more information.
- Access Opportunity Programs
The Access Opportunity Programs (AOP) at SUNY Geneseo were established to meet the educational aspirations of academically talented students who reflect the ethnic and cultural diversity of New York State and neighboring states.
- Admissions Counselors (by County)
Find your local admissions counselor - ask questions or schedule a one-on-one meeting.
- College Credit
- Financial Aid
- Honors Program
Since its founding nearly 30 years ago, Geneseo’s College Honors Program has enriched the undergraduate education of a select number of especially dedicated and accomplished students. Visit the Edgar Fellows Program website for more information.
- How to Apply
- Racial Justice and Anti-Racism
Geneseo has 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.
As of June 2020, SUNY Geneseo is now SAT/ACT test-optional. See our test optional FAQ for more information.
Geneseo awards scholarships based on merit and financial need. New students don’t need to apply for Geneseo scholarships separately; they are awarded by the College based on applications for admission. Current students can view and apply for more than 120 Geneseo scholarships through our scholarship portal.
- Ways Students Can Learn About Geneseo
- What's New
Recent Rankings and Honors
The excellent value of SUNY Geneseo is further reinforced by its consistently high ranking in respected education review guides such as Fiske Guide, U.S. News & World Report, and The Princeton Review. Some of our most recent rankings and honors are listed below.
SUNY Geneseo was recently named a “Campus Leader in Mental Health Literacy” by Kognito. Geneseo was one of 17 higher education institutions recognized for their support of students' mental health well-being during the 2019–20 academic year.
Two Geneseo professors have earned the highest honor of distinction by the SUNY Board of Trustees for their achievements, contributions, and reputation.
The Chronicle of Higher Education recently recognized SUNY Geneseo as ninth in the nation for four-year graduation rates at highly residential public institutions.