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Your Geneseo Username and Password
Your account at Geneseo gives you access to nearly all of our services including email, myGeneseo, Brightspace, Google apps, software downloads, printing services, server, and more! User accounts remain active for as long as you are employed at Geneseo.
my.geneseo.edu is Geneseo's customizable, web-based information portal. Resources such as email, time accruals, KnightWeb, campus news and events and more are found here.
Geneseo Mobile App
The Geneseo Mobile App provides access to resources including notifications, online directory, events, news, campus map, and more. It can also help you find other Geneseo apps. Search for “Geneseo Mobile” on your device's app store.
Banner and KnightWeb
Banner is the campus student information system used to manage business associated with faculty, students, courses, registration, grades, transcripts, housing, billing, and many other aspects of the college. KnightWeb is the web self-service interface to Banner used by faculty and students. Faculty can enter grades, view schedules and class lists, download rosters, and access academic advisement information.
KnightWeb accounts are automatically created for all faculty and advisors. Problems accessing KnightWeb should be directed to the Registrar's office at (585) 245-5566. Banner and KnightWeb can both be accessed via my.geneseo.edu
File Server Space
Employees have access to shared departmental and project space on our central file servers. Contact the CIT HelpDesk if you need help using your file server space.
Brightspace is a modern LMS that has hundreds of intuitive features for faculty to engage students and enrich the learning experience. Faculty can post documents and other resources, give assessments, create discussion forums, receive and grade assignments, integrate publisher content, post grades, and more.
Presentation technologies are available in all Geneseo Learning spaces. Contact the CIT HelpDesk to find out who can best help you with your classroom technology needs. For more information, visit Labs and Classroom Technology.
MacOS and Windows computers for student use can be found in campus computer labs. Select computer labs may be reserved for presentations or a class that requires the use of technology. Contact Scheduling, Events and Conference Services to reserve classroom labs.
New York Alert
Geneseo is committed to creating a safe environment for faculty, staff and students. NY-ALERT (powered by Everbridge) is designed to notify you in situations where your personal safety may be at risk (see examples below). Subscription to NY-ALERT is free and, while highly encouraged, completely voluntary.
Pharos Cloud is the print management solution at Geneseo and is used by all faculty, staff, and students. All users are printing to the same cloud print queue and are required to authenticate at the printer to manually release their jobs. Print jobs can be released at any printer across campus once submitted to the Pharos Secure Printer.
All buildings, including residence halls, are wireless. Many laptop friendly workspaces with wireless connectivity, power outlets, and large displays are available for individual and collaborative work.
Geneseo is part of the SUNY Partnership Microsoft Campus Agreement for Microsoft Office. As a Geneseo student, faculty or staff member, you can download and install a free copy of the MS Office suite. (This includes Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook, and OneNote). You can install Office 365 on up to five computers (MacOS or Windows) AND up to five mobile devices (smartphones or tablets).
Geneseo students, faculty and staff have FREE access to the entire LinkedIn Learning training library (over 7,500 courses, and more are added every week) through Geneseo's site license. Courses can be accessed 24/7 on any desktop computer, laptop, or mobile device (iOS and Android). Faculty can assign courses to their students to track learning progress.