|Genesee Community College|
|Endowment||US $1.9 million|
|President||James M. Sunser|
|Location|| Batavia, NY, US
240 acres (0.97 km2)
|Colors||Blue and gold|
|Sports||Baseball, Basketball, Cheerleading, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Volleyball|
|Affiliations||National Junior College Athletic Association, Region III|
It has branch campuses in Albion, Medina, Warsaw, Dansville, Arcade, Lima (previously Lakeville), New York. Thus, the college covers areas not only inside of Genesee County but also in Orleans County, Livingston County and Wyoming County. This two-year college also offers housing facilities to out-of-area students, although the school is attended primarily by commuters.
Genesee Community College was originally founded in 1966 as part of the State University of New York system. On September 27, 1967, Genesee Community College officially opened classes to full and part-time students. In January 1972, Genesee Community College relocated to its current permanent address on One College Road in the town of Batavia.
In 1991, GCC would see expansion with the addition of the Stuart Steiner Theatre, which houses a theater and stage, as well as expanded classrooms for the various arts programs. In 2000, the Conable Technology Building was added to the main campus facilities, a two-story 42,000-square-foot (3,900 m2) annex that is the center for most of GCC's technological programs and apparatus. In January 2006, GCC expanded again, adding the Wolcott J. Humphrey III Student Union, a central location for student affairs and organizations.
In February 2009, the plans for another campus center in Lima was announced, which will replace the Lakeville satellite campus  and in June 2009, construction of the campus was completed. The 9,000-square-foot (840 m2) campus features two modern computer labs and a state-of-the-art science lab, five to seven classrooms, a lobby and reception area, as well as faculty, staff, advisor, and administrative offices.
|Alfred C. O’Connell||1967–1970|
|Cornelius V. Robbins||1970–1975|
|Stuart A. Steiner||1975 – 2011|
|James M. Sunser||2011- Present|
As of fall 2008, Genesee Community College's enrollment consisted of 3,124 full-time students and 3,548 part-time students, with 108 international students from more than 19 countries. There are currently over 18,000 alumni.
Genesee Community College currently offers over 60 academic programs of either two-year associate's degree programs or one-year certificate programs. Many students of the associate's degree programs eventually transfer to four-year schools to complete their degree.
Genesee Community College currently has 14 intercollegiate men's and women's' teams in basketball, baseball, lacrosse, soccer, softball, golf, swimming, cheerleading, and volleyball.[not in citation given] Collectively, they are known as the Cougars, and their colors are blue and gold.
GCC also has a radio station called The Music. It can be heard on 90.7 FM, and also at wgcc-fm.com. It broadcasts to an approximately 25-mile (40 km) radius of the school.
In 2001, a SUNY student poll rated Genesee the 7th most attractive campus in the SUNY system.
For prospective students, there is an online tour available, with photos of many every parts of the main campus.