The State University of New York (called SUNY) is the largest public university system in the United States. It is comprised of 64 separate campuses located throughout New York State. SUNY's outstanding reputation results from the dedication of faculty, excellence of programs, significant technical resources, seriousness of its students and the achievements of its graduates.
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Founded in 1871, the Geneseo campus of the State University of New York has a tradition of excellence that places it among the nation's premier public institutions. Geneseo specializes in undergraduate degree programs.
The 220-acre Geneseo campus, with 45 buildings, overlooks the breathtaking Genesee River Valley.
The current enrollment is 5,200 students, with a significant network of more than 35,000 alumni.