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Fee Definitions


Fall 2020/Spring 2021

Undergraduate Comprehensive Fee

The Undergraduate Comprehensive Fee of $868.00 is charged to and paid by all undergraduate students, including those taking in-person and/or remote courses, whether they live in Geneseo or elsewhere.  The fee is prorated on a per credit hour basis for part-time students.  As in previous years, students facing extraordinary circumstances may request a full refund by sending a written justification to the Dean of Students.  Requests for refunds of the Alumni, Health, Performance and/or Activity fees, only, must be sent to the department as indicated below.  Components of the Undergraduate Comprehensive Fee are as follows:    
 

  • Activity ($107.00) - The fee includes (but is not limited to) support of student clubs and organizations, student activities, educational programs and Student Association services. Contact the Student Association Director of Programs, Personnel and Finance by the end of the first month of the semester to request a refund of this fee.    
  • Athletic ($223.50) - Support of intercollegiate athletic sports programs.  The fall semester services have been modified with many virtual services added and in-person services modified for the pandemic to serve the broad community.  The fee has been discounted for fall from $278.50 due to the suspension of fall semester competitions.  
  • Alumni ($17.50) - Student activities related to career networking, traditions, school spirit and class affinity, and, upon graduation, lifetime membership to the SUNY Geneseo Alumni Association (SGAA) which gives students access to the alumni network, events, programs, career advisor platform, and publications.  Contact the Alumni Association by the second Friday of the semester to request a refund of this fee.      
  • Health ($225.50) - Health care provided by physicians, nurse practitioners and registered nurses, health education, mental health consultation, basic medications (over-the-counter and prescription), dressings, and select medical laboratory services.  $50.00 of this fee covers extended services including prescription medications, lab testing, immunizations and may be refunded by contacting the Lauderdale Center for Student Health and Counseling by the second Friday of the semester.     
  • Performance ($5.00) - In person and online musical, theatrical, and dance performances.  Contact the Provost's Office to request a refund of this fee by the second Friday of the semester.     
  • Technology ($242.00) - Technology infrastructure, internet, wired and wireless networks, HelpDesk student support (including remote), classroom technology, learning management system (Canvas), library resources (including books, journals and databases), printing services, computer labs, KnightWeb, software licensing (including Microsoft Office, LinkedIn Learning, Zoom, and other software licensing), performance venue technology, and emergency communications.   
  • Transportation ($47.50) - Support of the student transportation program - shuttle bus service throughout campus, Village of Geneseo, and local and regional shopping centers.  Services have been modified and safety measures implemented for the pandemic response.    

Graduate Comprehensive Fee

The Graduate Comprehensive Fee of $467.50 is charged to and paid by all graduate students including those taking in-person and/or remote courses, whether they live in Geneseo or elsewhere. .  The fee is prorated on a per credit hour basis for part-time students. Components of the Graduate Comprehensive Fee are as follows:

  • Health ($225.50) - Health care provided by physicians, nurse practitioners and registered nurses, health education, mental health consultation, basic medications (over-the-counter and prescription), dressings, and select medical laboratory services.  $50.00 of this fee covers extended services including prescription medications, lab testing, immunizations and may be refunded by contacting the Lauderdale Center for Student Health and Counseling by the second Friday of the semester.     
  • Technology ($242.00) - Technology infrastructure, internet, wired and wireless networks, HelpDesk student support (including remote), classroom technology, learning management system (Canvas), library resources (including books, journals and databases), printing services, computer labs, KnightWeb, software licensing (including Microsoft Office, LinkedIn Learning, Zoom, and other software licensing), performance venue technology, and emergency communications.  

Tuition 

Cost of instruction.

College Fee

Required by SUNY, the College Fee was initiated to retire municipal bonds that were issued to build the State University campuses. The College Fee is mandatory for all students.

Room Rent

Cost of campus housing.

Food Service

Cost of campus meal plan.