Our Campus



Exterior evening shot of the building Adirondack Hall
Daytime photo of the building Adirondack Hall
Art students drawing plants in the greenhouse in Adirondack Hall
Aquarium in Adirondack Hall
Students working in the Chemistry Lab in Adirondack Hall
Female nurses in the simulation lab
Nurses working at the welcome desk in the nursing simulation lab
Two female nursing students working in the maternity simulation suite
Nursing pinning ceremony with audience filling all the seats in the theatre
Board meeting in the Business Central conference room
Jazz band concert in the theatre
Scholarship luncheon in the Northwest Bay Conference Center
Scholarship luncheon in the Northwest Bay Conference Center
Group of students walking outside of Dearlove Hall
Students attending the Writers Project talk inside the Visual Arts Gallery
Students critiquing art with art professor in the art studio
Students in creative writing class sitting at desks in a semi circle
students working in the computer networking lab
The exterior of the Regional Higher Education building otherwise known as Bryan Hall
The auditorium of Bryan Hall where many public events and large classes are held
Exterior of Eisenhart Hall where many Humanities and Business classes happen
Anthropology class in Eisenhart Hall
Exterior photo of Scoville Learning Center with flowers lining the building
Exterior photo of the south entrance of Scoville Learning Center showing the entrance to Einstein's Coffee
Professor Carpenter teaching a Criminal Justice class with students listening at their desks
Professor Guise teaching a computer programming class in the programming computer lab
Scoville auditorium during the Phi Theta Kappa ceremony
Male student working with a female tutor in the Center for Reading and Writing
Two female students in the library
Students working in the computer lab in the library
Einstein's coffee shop and the Wolf Den study lounge
Wahington Hall

At a glance

Dearlove Hall

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.


Eisenhart Hall

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.


Regional Higher Education Center

SUNY Adirondack graduates can pursue a bachelor’s or master’s degree on campus through SUNY Plattsburgh.


Residence Hall

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.


Adirondack Hall

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 Eddy's Eats on the main floor, and enjoy it in the Wolf Den. The third floor houses administrative offices, including the Office of President Kristine Duffy. The main floor of the library provides computers for student use and tutoring services, including the Center for Reading and Writing. On the top floor of the library, librarians are available to assist students with their research needs. The library space also offers comfortable quiet study spaces, computers, books, and access to much more research material.


Student Center

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.


Warren Hall

Offices include admissions, business, financial aid, payroll, registrar (student accounts) and accessibility services.


Washington Hall

The building is a center of activity on campus and includes WGFR radio, television studio teaching space, video editing facilities, photography labs and a Mac lab for Media Arts students. The building also houses Human Resources and HPOG.


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.

To learn more about the Arboretum, click HERE.


SUNY Adirondack Saratoga

Just minutes from Saratoga Springs, SUNY Adirondack Saratoga, a satellite campus, offers the full college experience in a convenient location in northern Saratoga County.