GENESEO, N.Y. - SUNY Geneseo has named Mark Scott, executive director of Campus Auxiliary Services, Inc. (CAS), as SUNY Geneseo’s new vice president for finance and administration. He will begin his new position on June 28.
In providing leadership for CAS, Scott has served the Geneseo community for more than 10 years, overseeing campus services such as dining and catering, financial agent resources, the College bookstore, the Pearson Teacher Prep Testing Center and the operation of the Big Tree Inn in the Village of Geneseo.
“I am very pleased to have Mark join SUNY Geneseo’s senior leadership team,” said President Denise A. Battles. “He enjoys a solid reputation across and beyond the campus that will serve him well as he transitions to his new role. As the College continues to implement its strategic plan, Mark will provide a steady hand in ensuring institutional and financial stability as well as innovation.”
As vice president, he will oversee the management of the College’s budget and planning, human resources, accounting services, internal controls and enterprise risk management, travel services, procurement and property control, mail and printing services, student accounts, auxiliary services corporation, environmental health and safety, sustainability, and the maintenance and construction of campus facilities.
“Having the opportunity to help guide this great College is truly an honor for me,” said Scott. “I am delighted to be part of a team dedicated to enhancing the educational experiences of our students, improving the workplaces of our colleagues and helping to ensure that Geneseo remains strong, diverse and effective.”
Scott earned a bachelor’s degree from Cheyney University and master of business administration degree from Niagara University. He is currently pursuing a doctorate in organizational leadership and policy at Niagara University. Prior to joining CAS, Scott served as a district manager in the healthcare division for Aramark Management Services in Philadelphia, Pa., and covered multiple states in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic. He also served as assistant director of the Canisius’ Opportunity Programs for Education (COPE) at Canisius College. Previous experience includes positions with the Walt Disney World Company in Orlando, Fla., and Sodexo.