STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK GENESEO

United States, New York

Founded in 1871, the State University of New York Geneseo is a first-class public liberal arts college, usually called SUNY Geneseo, in western New York. The college was originally Wadsworth Training School then Geneseo Normal School, founded by James and William Wadsworth in 1871, which is an extremely important agricultural sector in the region. As a student at SUNY Geneseo, one develops a wide range of transferable skills, including research, writing, communication and problem-solving. Turning these skills into a career is everyone’s next step! It offers more than 50 courses at the undergraduate level like Comparative Literature, Political Science, Geochemistry, Children's Education, Sociology, Economics, Music Theatre, etc. Psychology, biology and biomedicine, management, marketing and education are the most well-liked.

Campus Life

Geneseo is located on 220 acres of land in the historic village of Geneseo, a short drive from Rochester and Buffalo, providing a warm environment for learning and discovery. The campus is decorated with brick sidewalks, shade trees and ivy, reflecting the classic aesthetics of Northeastern University. At SUNY Geneseo, dedicated international student and scholar service staff are dedicated to helping students coming from different nations. Besides, there are more than 200 student organizations and 20 college teams including ice hockey, basketball, softball, swimming, tennis and volleyball.

Noted Alumni

Geneseo is well known for his outstanding teaching qualities and for producing successful alumni! Some of them are the film and television actor William Sadler, Kodak CEO Jeff Clarke, Fox Sports Radio talk-show host J.T. The Brick, CFO of Constellation Brands David Klein, New York State Assembly Majority Leader Joseph D. Morelle and many more are alumni of the university.