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SA offers a free shuttle bus to the airport around each of the college's breaks. The shuttle rotates around the Jet Blue schedule and sign-ups begin in the SA ticket office about a month prior to each break.
Learning is a process that happens outside, as well as inside, the classroom. Now you can keep track of your co-curricular development in student organizations, college committees, internships, as well as your honors and awards. The transcript is an official college document that may prove valuable as you plan your college life and enter the job market. The Co-Curricular Transcript Office is located in the GOLD Leadership Center, College Union 114.
Need to send or receive a fax? The SA provices a free FAX service located in the MacVittie Union Ticket Office Room 102. Cover page is required at no cost.
A professional graphics service is provided for both student organizations and personal use at a reduced cost. The SA Graphics Coordinator can design fliers, logos, brochures, posters or other publicity. The graphics office is near the SA office, in CU room 312.
SA provides over $31,000 to the Late Knight program to support alternative programming on weekend evenings. All students are able to access this money through Late Knight grant proposals located on the Department of Student Life's website.
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The SA provides an initial legal consultation based in Geneseo and Dansville at no cost to students. All legal matters are appropriate for discussion. Appointments can be made through the SA office, CU 316, by phone at 585-245-5878 or online using the above link. Most schedules can be accommodated.
The SA provides banking services to non-funded student organizations. Services include processing of checks, weekly income balance sheets and tax exempt status.
The Student Association designates $12,500 to support merit awards for leadership, service and diversity through the Geneseo Foundation. These awards will be given to those students that exhibit strong leadership and service qualities, particularly through their involvement in the Student Association.
SA employs several student workers who can provide technical support and assistance to a variety of groups on campus. In addition to trained student workers, SA also own several thousands of dollars worth of equipment and supplies that can be accessed through SA tech by any organization.
SA operates a "box office" in the union that provides ticket and sales services to all student organizations and runs a consignment sales system for organization fundraisers. Both cash boxes and petty cash are available for on-site sales.
Each year, the Student Association contributes money to be allocated to students for various research projects. The donations are managed through the Geneseo Foundation and a panel of professors, administrators of students helps distribute the money.
This program, like Late Knight, is a partnership between SA and the Department of Student Life. SA provides thousands of dollars to help provide off-campus entertainment activities at a very cheap price. Past events have included trips to Darien Lake, Buffalo Sabres games, the Lion King, whitewater rafting, Avenue Q on Broadway, Syracuse basketball games and much more!