"I was looking online at different colleges and funny enough, I came across a YouTube video for SUNY Adirondack ... I had to come visit ... I knew the second we drove onto the campus that this was the right fit for me."
Hospitality & Tourism Management, Class of 2016
At a glance
Art, English, language and mathematics classes are common in the building. A computer networking (Cisco Academy) and tech classrooms are on the third floor. The basement includes faculty offices. An art gallery on the main floor rotates exhibits by artists from around the world throughout the year.
The renovated classroom facility, which now features a geothermal heating system, is original to the campus. The building is used for social science and other classes.
Catch the Timberwolves basketball team in action on the court or take part in our intramural sports program in the conveniently located gym.
SUNY Adirondack graduates can pursue a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree on campus through SUNY Plattsburgh.
Student housing features suite-style rooms accommodating four students per suite. Each suite has a living room and kitchenette, two bedrooms and two bathrooms. Suites are furnished with a couch, chair, end table, entertainment stand and small table with chairs. Bedrooms are furnished with a student desk, chair, wardrobe, dresser and bed per student. Each bedroom has its own bathroom with two sinks.
Science and Humanities Building
Currently under renovation, the academic building includes science labs, a state-of-the-art performance auditorium and music classrooms.
Scoville Learning Center
Grab coffee or a quick bite to eat at Einstein Bros. Bagels on the main floor. The third floor houses administrative offices, including the Office of President Kristine Duffy. A recently renovated library space includes a math lab and the Center for Reading and Writing, as well as 50,000 print circulating books, 120,000 downloadable online books, hundreds of online subject encyclopedias, more than 100 article databases offering more than 60,000 journals online, more than 200 magazines, journals and newspapers in print form, audiobooks, 20,000 streaming video documentaries from Films on Demand and more than 100 research guides.
Relax in the Student Center in the lounge on the main floor, which contains comfortable seating, TVs and a pool table. Shop in the bookstore or grab something to eat downstairs in the food service area. Get involved in campus activities at the Student Activities office, located on the main floor.
Offices include admissions, business, financial aid, payroll, Registrar’s and accessibility services.
The building is a center of activity on campus and includes nursing labs, WGFR radio, television studio teaching space, video editing facilities, photography labs and a Mac lab for Media Arts students. The building also houses the SUNY Adirondack Foundation and the Office of Continuing Education.
Enjoy the scenery
With more than 50 thriving species of trees and shrubs, the SUNY Adirondack Arboretum, located near the Science and Humanities Building, is a fitting complement to the college’s natural beauty.
Spend a quiet morning or afternoon strolling through the well-maintained landscaping while noting the special dedication plaques along the way.