State University of New York - Geneseo
Founded in 1871, Geneseo is one of the premier public liberal arts colleges in the country. Nationally recognized for excellence and value in the liberal arts, Geneseo is known for its exceptional faculty, its welcoming atmosphere, and its reputation for producing fiercely loyal alumni.
Located on 220 acres in the historic Village of Geneseo, and a short drive from Rochester and Buffalo, Geneseo offers a uniquely warm environment for learning and discovery. The campus embodies the traditions of northeastern colleges with brick walkways, shade trees, and flourishing ivy.
We have 54 undergraduate majors, graduate programs in accounting and education, and an array of dual degree and international study programs. Our undergraduate research grants program enables students to engage in a wide variety of research with faculty members, and present papers at regional and national meetings.
The College’s $53 million Integrated Science Center includes the only pelletron particle accelerator in Western New York — an unexpected asset for scientific research in the region. Geneseo is also among the nation’s top producers of bachelor’s degrees in physics, according to the American Institute of Physics. Among primarily undergraduate institutions, the College ranks in the top 10 nationally in the number of alumni with doctorates in STEM fields.