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Summer Cost & Financial Liability Information

The rates below are accurate for Summer 2022.  Summer is billed on a per-credit hour basis, depending on the number of credits for which the student is enrolled.  Unlike the fall and spring semesters, there is no full time tuition rate for summer once a student's enrollment has reached 12 credits.  

SUNY Geneseo generates electronic bills (eBills) to the student's Geneseo email address. 

Tuition and Fees per Credit Hour

Undergraduate Students
Charge Per Credit  NYS Resident Non-Resident
Tuition:   $295.00 $708.00
College Fee:  $1.70 $1.70
Comprehensive Fee:  $34.85 $34.85

Total Per Credit: 

$331.55

$744.55

Graduate Students
Charge Per Credit NYS Resident Non-Resident
Tuition:  $471.00 $963.00
College Fee: $1.70 $1.70
Comprehensive Fee: $34.85 $34.85

Total:

$507.55

$999.55

 Tuition and fees are subject to change – contact the Office of Student Accounts with any questions.  

Other Fees

  • Late Payment Fee
    • lesser of the outstanding balance or $30.00 for debts less than $1,000.00
    • $40.00 for debts between $1,000.00 and $2,000.00
    • $50.00 for debts greater than $2,000.00
  • Returned Check Fee
    • $20.00

Undergraduate Comprehensive Fee

The Undergraduate Comprehensive Fee is charged to and paid by all undergraduate students.  The fee includes (but is not limited to) support of telephone and onsite health care provided by physicians, nurse practitioners and registered nurses; health education; mental health consultation; basic medications (over-the-counter and prescription); dressings; select medical laboratory services (Health Fee, $14.65 per credit hour); Internet, wired and wireless networks, technology infrastructure, electronic library services, computer labs, classroom technology, KnightWeb, learning management system, Microsoft Office licensing, Linkedin Learning, academic software licensing, HelpDesk and emergency communications(Technology Fee, $20.20 per credit hour). 

Graduate Comprehensive Fee

The Graduate Comprehensive Fee is charged to and paid by all graduate students.  The fee includes (but is not limited to) support of telephone and onsite health care provided by physicians, nurse practitioners and registered nurses; health education; mental health consultation; basic medications (over-the-counter and prescription); dressings; select medical laboratory services (Health Fee, $14.65 per credit hour); Internet, wired and wireless networks, technology infrastructure, electronic library services, computer labs, classroom technology, KnightWeb, learning management system, Microsoft Office licensing, Linkedin Learning, academic software licensing, HelpDesk and emergency communications(Technology Fee, $20.20 per credit hour). 

Methods of Payment

  1. ONLINE - Students - Pay by Visa, MasterCard, Discover, checking or savings account from your Student Account Center available through MyGeneseo.
  2. ONLINE - Authorized Payers - Pay by Visa, MasterCard, Discover, checking or savings account from your Student Account Center at go.geneseo.edu/sac.
  3. IN PERSON - The Office of Student Accounts, Erwin 103, will accept payment by cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, or Discover, Monday - Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
  4. BY MAIL - Mail payments to:

State University College at Geneseo
Office of Student Accounts
One College Circle, Erwin Hall Room 103
Geneseo, NY 14454

Personal checks, bank checks, and money orders should be made payable to SUNY Geneseo. DO NOT SEND CASH.

Financial Liability Dates for Summer 

Students will not incur financial liability for cours(es) dropped before the start of a session. From the first day of the session, the College Fee is nonrefundable.  Tuition and the Comprehensive Fee will be adjusted as outlined in the schedules below.  The date used to determine financial liability will be the date a student officially drops the course in KnightWeb.  Please contact the Office of the Registrar at registrar@geneseo.edu  should you encounter any problems with KnightWeb.

Full Semester Summer Session (May 23, 2022 - August 12, 2022)

Withdrawal Date: 

  • May 23 - May 29:  0% liability 
  • May 30 - June 5:  30% liability 
  • June 6 - June 12:  50% liability 
  • June 13 - June 19:  70% liability 
  • Beginning June 20:  100% liability 
First Half of Summer (May 23, 2022 - July 1, 2022)

Withdrawal date: 

  • May 23 - May 29:  0% liability  
  • May 30 - June 5:  70% liability  
  • Beginning June 6:  100% liability 
First Quarter of Summer  (May 23, 2022 - June 10, 2022)

Withdrawal Date: 

  • May 23 - May 24:  0% liability   
  • May 25 - May 29:  65% liability 
  • Beginning May 30:  100% liability 
Second Half of Summer  (July 5, 2022 - August 12, 2022)

Withdrawal Date: 

  • July 5 - July 11:  0% liability 
  • July 12 - July 18:  70% liability  
  • Beginning July 19: 100% liability 
First Third of Summer  (May 23, 2022 - June 17, 2022)

Withdrawal Date: 

  • May 23 - May 24:  0% liability  
  • May 25 - May 29:  50% liability   
  • Beginning May 30:  100% liability 
Second Third of Summer (June 21, 2022 - July 15, 2022)

Withdrawal Date: 

  • June 21 - June 22:  0% liability   
  • June 23 - June 27:  50% liability 
  • Beginning June 28:  100% liability 
Final Third of Summer  (July 18, 2022 - August 12, 2022)

Withdrawal Date: 

  • July 18 - July 19:  0% liability   
  • July 20 - July 24:  50% liability 
  • Beginning July 25:  100% liability 

Note: You may not drop, add, or withdraw from a course merely by notifying the instructor or choosing not to attend class. NON-ATTENDANCE, NON-PARTICIPATION (IN ONLINE COURSES), NOR NON-PAYMENT REPRESENTS SUFFICIENT NOTICE OF INTENT TO DROP A COURSE. TO DROP OR WITHDRAW, YOU MUST COMPLETE THE APPROPRIATE FORMAL PROCEDURES.