Did you know Geneseo President Denise Battles is a geologist, too? Get to know the president in our new video series:
The Livingston County Historical Society shows us how to play croquet, a traditional game that has roots in Geneseo: Read the story.
George Gagnier ’88 returned to his alma mater to coach basketball, and has stayed nearly 40 years, in a variety of positions that enhance the student-athlete experience. He is currently the assistant director of athletics, working behind the scenes in important ways. We asked the unofficial mayor of Geneseo 20 questions: Read the story.
Do you know who Geneseo’s buildings are named after? Take a tour of some of the history with us:
Listen to the carillon play the SUNY Geneseo alma mater in celebration of the college’s 150th anniversary:
In March 2020, everyday life was put on hold, worldwide. Our Geneseo community, which thrives when we are together, was forced apart. In the months following, shrouded in uncertainty and without a blueprint to navigate, Geneseo leaned on the foundation of liberal arts thinking — creativity, problem-solving and innovation — to bring life back to campus in the midst of the pandemic. View our exclusive Scene photo essay (linked and...
Read about our philanthropic strategy and mission in a Q and A with Ellen Leverich ’90, the College’s vice president for advancement. REVISED infographic_8.5x17_outlines
Chile, Canada, New Zealand and beyond. Geneseo students can choose from more than 65 study abroad opportunities that provide experiential learning, immersion in other cultures and academics. Watch as students share how study abroad impacted their undergraduate experiences — and visit our entire playlist to watch stories from abroad here.
Kristina Sym ’07 recently spent a year traveling around the world. Hear about her journey and let’s start thinking forward to where we can go!
Rahama Wright ’02 is one of 310 Geneseo alumni who have served in the Peace Corps since its inception in 1961. She volunteered in a small town in Mali right after graduation and has since created the successful Shea Yeleen, a natural skincare, social impact company that works with women’s cooperatives in West Africa. Hear more about her work and her philosophy: