SUNY Geneseo

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About SUNY Geneseo

SUNY Geneseo is a school located in Geneseo, NY, US with a total of 1856 courses available to enroll in.

Geneseo, a selective liberal arts college and part of the State of New York's public university system, regularly makes the list of the best value places to study in the USA. Its 220 acre campus showcases traditional Northeastern college architecture featuring warm brick draped in broad-leaved ivy, stately arches and an iconic clock tower. The campus, located midway between Rochester and Buffalo in upstate New York, borders the historic village of Geneseo which is home to the famous Bronze Bear statue, known to students as 'Aunt Emmeline' and the subject of many pranks throughout the year. The campus also incorporates a new Integrated Science Facility, a $32 million building equipped with a nuclear accelerator.

The university was founded in 1871 and currently offers an education to around 5,500 undergraduates and approximately 100 graduates (2016-17). The core undergraduate program at Geneseo offers a traditional broad education in the liberal arts and each student is currently required to take one of two survey courses in western humanities, in addition to a wide distribution of core courses in the arts and sciences. Students frequently enjoy taking up the option to study these programs in various iconic European locations including Prague, Oxford and Rome.

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