Freedom of Information Law

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The Freedom of Information Law (Public Officers Law §§ 84–90) requires that the State University of New York (University) make certain records available to the public. The law requires each campus and the system administration of the University to designate records access officers. Requests for information from the campus or the system administration should be directed to the respective records access officer at each location, as appropriate.

Policy Statement

The State University of New York College at Geneseo will accept requests from individuals to review records under the control of the College. A request to review records should be made to the Campus Freedom of Information Law Officer, Assistant Vice President for Administration/Controller, at least three (3) days in advance.

Copies of records reviewed may be obtained at a cost of twenty-five cents ($.25) per page.  Individuals denied access to records, or portions thereof, shall receive reasons from the Campus Freedom of Information Officer. Appeal of the decision made by the Campus FOIL Officer may be made, in writing, to:

State University of New York
State University Plaza
Albany, NY 12246



Frequency of Review and Update

Every 5 years

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Signed By  
Tracy Marshall

Tracy Marshall
Assistant Vice President for Administration and Controller

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