Located in the geographic center of New York state,with campuses in Morrisville and Norwich, SUNY Morrisville boasts a rural setting with one of the most diverse populations among the SUNY campuses.
The College’s bachelor's and associate degree programs are practical in nature within specialized areas in over 75 different majors. Morrisville is well-known for programs in business and entrepreneurship, agriculture and sustainability, hospitality and restaurant management, criminal justice, equine science and rehabilitation, and automotive.
With a student-to-faculty ratio of 15:1, SUNY Morrisville students can expect small classes with practical, real-world experiences from day one. Almost every bachelor's degree culminates with a semester-long internship.
Morrisville offers a well-balanced college experience with hundreds of student-run campus activities each year, 17 intercollegiate athletic teams and 40+ clubs and organizations to engage students from their first steps onto campus.
Visit the Campus
The best way to be sure that SUNY Morrisville is truly right for you is to visit the campus. Coming to campus will give you a true sense of what Morrisville has to offer. You will see exactly how the College goes ALL IN to make your college experience the best it can be.
SUNY Morrisville will be glad to schedule personalized meetings with faculty, staff and students in your area of interest so that you get the inside story from those who will share in your education and help you begin your future.
Come to one of the fall open house events on Saturday, October 26, or Saturday, November 23. Tour the facilities, meet with friendly Admissions counselors, or just focus on what you want to know
If you can’t visit right now, you can still find all that SUNY Morrisville has to offer by taking a virtual tour of its beautiful campus. You can also visit its YouTube channel to learn more about programs, view housing options, hear from alumni and discover a 360° Experience of its facilities.
For more information, contact the Recruitment Response Center by phone at (518) 320-1888 or 1-800-342-3811; or Email: askSUNY@suny.edu.