Students are invited to contact the Off Campus Services office to schedule an appointment for one of the following services.
Programs are scheduled throughout the academic year in conjunction with Residence Life and the Student Association. Look for program announcements in your residence hall or via email. Prior Programs include:
Apartment Living 101
Moving On Up
Renting after Graduation
Neighborhood Block Meetings
- Tenant-Landlord Property Survey
- Renters Checklist
- Bus schedule
- Finding Fire Safe Housing
- Energy and Fire Safety Tips for the Heating Season
- New York State Tenant's Rights Guide
- Off Campus Sustainability Guide
- Geneseo's Off-Campus Living Guide
- The Housing Registry
- The Lamron classifieds (student newspaper)
- The Genesee Valley Pennysaver
- The Meadows, Courtside Apartments, Ambassador Apartments, High Street Property Management, LLC
*SUNY Geneseo does not inspect, certify, supervise, or approve properties advertised by the above publications and the College does not become party to private roommate/subletter/tenant/landlord matters.
In conjunction with the Rochester-Genesee Regional Transportation Authority (RGRTA), the Livingston Area Transportation Service (LATS), and SUNY Geneseo, this service provides transportation for students, faculty, staff, and community members each day throughout the campus, surrounding area, and the Route 20A corridor accessing the Genesee Valley Shopping Center (Wegmans), Morgan View Drive (near Aldi's) and Volunteer Drive (Walmart). Additionally, weekend service is provided to popular Rochester area locations on Friday evenings, Saturdays and Sunday afternoons and early evenings. Schedules are available at the College Union Concierge Desk and online at http://www.geneseo.edu/pts/bus-schedule. All members of the College community with Geneseo ID ride free of charge, and County Fixed Routes are also available free with same ID. The student transportation fee and an annual grant from Wegmans subsidize this service.
Center for Dispute Settlement 243-7007
The Livingston County Center for Dispute Settlement can assist you by arranging to mediate any problem that is keeping you from living in a worry-free environment, including roommate/neighbor disputes and family problems.
CU Ticket Office 585-245-5873
The Ticket Office sells tickets to most campus events sponsored by the Student Association. Organizations planning to conduct their own ticket sales also make arrangements here for cashboxes and tickets. The Ticket Office is located in Room 112 of the College Union.
Fraternal Life/Off Campus Services 245-5968
The Assistant Dean of Students develops programs and offers assistance to people living and looking for off-campus housing. The Assistant Dean also assists students involved in sororities and fraternities by overseeing various Greek councils, providing support and guidance for major Greek programs, and assisting in development of overall chapter programs.
Pathways Student to Student Helpline 585-237-8860
Pathways is a confidential peer-based program. Peer advocates are student volunteers who successfully completed intensive training in helping skills. Peer Advocates offer support and referral information to students managing various challenges, including concerns about stress, academic issues, and social relationships or situations.
SA Legal Office 245-5878
The Student Association provides initial legal consultation based in Geneseo and Mt. Morris at no cost to students. Any legal matters are appropriate for discussion. Appointments must be made through the Student Association Office, located in Room 316 of the College Union. Most schedules can be accommodated.