Oct 24, 2020  
2020-2021 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate Bulletin

Campus Auxiliary Services (CAS)


Campus Auxiliary Services (CAS)

Campus Auxiliary Services, Inc. is a not-for-profit educational corporation operating a variety of campus services for the Geneseo College community. A Board of Directors comprised of students, faculty, and administrators determines the budget and policies of the Corporation within the guidelines established by SUNY Systems Administration.

These services include on-campus restaurants and cafes, Impressions catering, vending, residential laundry services, cable television, campus ID card, refuse and recycling, ATM banking services and accounting services to approved campus organizations. CAS also subcontracts Geneseo’s official textbook store, the Geneseo University Bookstore.

Geneseo University Bookstore

The Geneseo University Bookstore is located in the MacVittie College Union and is the official source for all campus academic textbooks. The bookstore also sells Geneseo imprinted clothing and souvenirs, class rings, academic attire, and academic supplies.

CAS Restaurants & Cafes

CAS provides all foodservice to the college campus at eight on-campus restaurants and cafes. Red Jacket and Food Studio North are located amongst the residence halls and offer pay one price meals seven days a week. Other locations across the campus include Mary Jemison, Books & Bytes in Milne Library and Starbucks and Fusion Market in the College Union. The student meal plan can also be used at the Big Tree Inn, a landmark dining establishment located on Main Street in the village of Geneseo, at Geneseo sports concessions, at the Chowhound, a food truck that travels across campus, and at Uncle Vito’s, a pizza delivery service that delivers on-campus.

Meal Plan

All campus resident students are required by College policy to purchase one of several meal plans. An encoded ID card is used to deduct the value of the food selected from an individual’s meal plan account balance. Information regarding meal plans is available from the CAS restaurants and cafes and online at geneseo.edu/cas. Students with special dietary needs should consult with the Nutrition & Wellness Coordinator.

Geneseo ID Card

CAS produces the official College identification card for all students, faculty and staff. This is required for campus identification purposes. It is used for meal and vending purchases. Other uses of the ID Card are for the library, access to residence halls and restricted academic areas.