The State University of New York College at Geneseo adheres to all policies of the State of New York and the State University of New York. SUNY Geneseo may update, change, revise, or amend any policy contained on the website, as well as adopt new policies, at any time without notice to users. However, every effort will be made to notify appropriate parties of any updates, changes, revisions, amendments, or new policies affecting their respective areas.
To ensure that all institutional policies support the mission and values of the College, SUNY Geneseo provides all campus constituencies with clear guidelines for policy development, approval, and implementation, and the criteria and standards that apply across the institution. This information is outlined in Policy on Policies 1-006.
Although every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy and currency of the policies found on this website, it is the user’s responsibility to check with the appropriate office or party to determine whether changes, additions, or deletions may have been made to specific policies.
Mandatory Professional Licensure Disclosure
Please see the SUNY Geneseo School of Education Mandatory Professional Licensure Disclosure.
Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action
The State University of New York College at Geneseo actively supports equal opportunity for all persons and takes affirmative action to see that both the total student and employee populations at the College enjoy equal opportunities. The College is based upon the academic and personal qualifications of applicants and is granted without regard to age, color, disability, marital status, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, religion, race, or status as a disabled or Vietnam-era veteran. Financial assistance, within the limits of resources available, is provided on an equal basis to all qualified students, including minorities and women, who are making satisfactory progress toward a degree. The College makes its placement services available only to those firms and school systems which comply with existing equal opportunity laws, and so informs all clients and potential employers. Employers who seek to restrict applicants to a particular race, color, religion, national origin, age, marital status, or sex (except in limited cases where sex is a bona fide occupational qualification) are not served; nor are employers who fail to depict minorities, women, and individuals with disabilities in a favorable light in promotional literature or other materials. The College encourages the development of courses which are relevant to the experiences of, and facilitates and supports appropriate expansion of research materials dealing with minorities and women. The College encourages the involvement of students, faculty, and administrators, including those who are members of minority groups, in the affairs of the community.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 permits current or former students to inspect College educational records pertaining to them as individuals and to obtain copies for a fee. Students are also accorded a right to question the content of a record and to receive a formal hearing if dissatisfied with responses to such questions. Written consent from a student is required before personally identifiable information can be released from the individual educational record in all cases except those specifically exempted by law.