Geneseo Partner Training Portal
About SUNY Geneseo
Founded in 1871, Geneseo is one of the premier public liberal arts colleges in the country. Nationally recognized for excellence and value in the liberal arts, Geneseo is known for its exceptional faculty, its welcoming atmosphere, and its reputation for producing fiercely loyal alumni.
Located on 220 acres in the historic Village of Geneseo, a short drive from Rochester and Buffalo, Geneseo offers a uniquely warm, familial environment for learning and discovery. The campus embodies the traditions of northeastern colleges with its brick walkways, shade trees and flourishing ivy.
- Total student population: 5591
- Total International Students: 113 from 26 countries
- 50 Undergraduate Degree programs
- 1:19 Faculty to Student Ratio
- 26 Median Class size
- 14 SUNY Ranked Distinguished Professors
- 59 Chancellor's awards for Excellence in Teaching
- 88% of faculty hold a Ph.D. or other terminal degree
- 60% of graduates complete an internship
- 2870 Internships are available through Geneseo's Department of Career Development
- 46% of graduating seniors undertook a research project
Deadlines for Applying: June 1 for Fall semester (beginning in August) and November 1 for Spring semester (beginning in January).
- Complete the Common Application or SUNY Application
- Submit your Academic Records with English Translations
- Freshman Applicants: Official secondary school transcripts from all secondary schools attended as well as any official external examination results (IGCSE, WASSCE, IB, etc.)
- Transfer Applicants: Official university transcripts from all institutions attended. Course descriptions may be required for transfer credit evaluations. If you have completed fewer than 24 credit hours at a university, please also submit secondary school transcripts.
- Final transcripts will be required as soon as they are available.
- Proof of English Proficiency (Institution Code: 2540)
- TOEFL (minimum score 71)
- IELTS (minimum score 6.5 overall, no sub-section below 6.0)
- SAT Critical Reading score 600+
- Completion of ELS Language Centers level 112
- Students that complete at least 2 semesters at a U.S., U.K., Canadian, or Australian university with a 3.0 or better will be considered for an English Proficiency waiver.
- Students that have graduated from U.S. high schools, or from English-medium high schools outside the U.S. will be considered for an English Proficiency waiver.
- One Letter of Recommendation from a teacher or professor.
- A short Personal Statement detailing your interest in your particular major and why you have chosen SUNY Geneseo.
- Financial Statement of Support (Estimated first-year, total expenses: $32,540)
- Copy of the ID page of your passport
- SAT or ACT scores are not required for international applicants, however, if you have taken the exam and wish to submit your scores, the International Admission Committee is happy to consider them.
Admission and Acceptance
Cost and Scholarship
International Student Estimated 2019-2020 Annual Costs
All costs are listed in USD. Costs are subject to change without notice.
Tuition and Fees (Including Fall and Spring Semesters): $18,388
Room and Meals: $12,660
Health Insurance: $1,577
Total estimated cost per year: $32,625
Many international students will qualify for an academic scholarship. Academic scholarships range from $1000 to $6000 per year and are based on any available grades, test scores, recommendations, and personal statements.
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