Morrisville State College

Why Morrisville State College

Located in scenic Central New York, Morrisville State College is a model of innovative applied education. A place where students begin crafting exciting careers through real-world experiences. Ranked among the Best Regional Colleges in the North by U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges 2017 and also recognized in the Top Public Schools, Regional Colleges North in the 2017 rankings, Morrisville State College emphasizes a hands-on approach of learning by doing. Action-oriented learning labs and true-to-life facilities—many of which are rare or one-of-a-kind in higher education—allow students to “get their hands dirty” and engage in ways that go beyond the traditional classroom environment.

Programs of Study

  • Agriculture
  • Automotive Technology
  • Business
  • Criminal Justice
  • Diary Science
  • Design and Construction
  • Early Childhood and Teacher Transfer
  • Engineering and Technology
  • Entrepreneurship
  • Environmental Science
  • Equine Science
  • General Studies
  • Health Studies
  • Horticulture
  • Hospitality Management
  • Human Services
  • Information Technology
  • Journalism
  • Liberal Arts
  • Massage Theraphy
  • Nursing
  • Sports and Fitness Management

Location

Morrisville is a village in Madison County, New York, United States. Madison County is a beautiful and diverse community, offering a wide variety of farm-to-table restaurants, craft beverages, charming shops, one-of-a-kind festivals, attractions, and unique lodging facilities.

Fountain View Hall

Accommodation

Morrisville State College offers student housing in 10 on-campus residence halls

  • Cayuga Hall: Cayuga is a coeducational residence hall, home to approximately 135-returning residents who live in either suite-style rooms or single-occupancy rooms. Cayuga residents live in the Iroquois Quad and enjoy living close to Seneca Dining Hall, Shop 24, and many academic buildings. Cayuga reopened in 2008 after a $6M renovation.
  • East Hall: East Hall, is home to approximately 51-residents who enjoy living in single-occupancy rooms. East is one of two 24-hour quiet study residence halls. This means that the quiet hours policy is enforced throughout the day and night by Residents Assistants and community members. Students who study nursing enjoy living in East due to the hall’s proximity to Bailey Hall, home of the College’s nursing program.
  • Fountain View Hall: Morrisville alumni may remember Fountain View Hall as a dining facility; however, the building was transformed into a residence hall for 88-students. Fountain View is one of two 24-hour quiet study residence halls. This means that the quiet hours policy is enforced throughout the day and night by Residents Assistants and community members. Fountain View Hall is located in the Pond Quad and gained its name from the beautiful view of the Helyar Pond.
  • Mohawk Hall: Mohawk Hall is a traditional, corridor-style residence hall that is home to approximately 220 new and returning residents. Mohawk residents live in the Iroquois Quad and enjoy living close to Seneca Dining Hall, Shop 24, and many academic buildings. Mohawk reopened in 2013 after extensive redesign and renovations.
  • Morrisville Commons: The Morrisville Commons is an attractive option for all students: standard apartments include a living room, kitchen and dining area, 1 1/2 bathrooms, and 4 single bedrooms. A limited number of larger apartments are available which feature 2 full bathrooms and slightly more common living space. The building is staffed with an apartment manager and community assistants, all living in the building.
  • Morrisville Commons ii: MAC’s newest complex, Commons II, is a 228-bed facility featuring 57 apartment-style suites with modern furnishings, including flat-top stoves and extra-large showers. Located on South Street, the building is complete with a large recreation lounge, lounge space on each floor, washers and dryers on each floor, wireless and wired internet connection throughout as well as a live-in apartment manager and resident assistants.
  • Oneida Hall: Oneida Hall is a traditional, corridor-style residence hall that is home to approximately 111-returning residents who live in single-occupancy rooms. Located in the Iroquois Quad, Oneida residents enjoy living close to Seneca Dining Hall, Shop 24, and many academic buildings. Oneida reopened in 2010 after extensive renovations.
  • Onondaga Hall: Onondaga Hall is a traditional, double-occupancy, residence hall with a community comprised of both new and returning residents. Onondaga is home to approximately 220-residents who enjoy living in the Iroquois Quad, which is close to the library, academic buildings, and dining and recreational facilities.
  • South Hall: South Hall a traditional, double-occupancy, residence hall with a community comprised of approximately 200-first-year students. South is one of two residence halls focused exclusively on the first-year student experience; programming efforts emphasize adjusting to college life and finding success both inside and outside of the classroom. Residents live within the Pond Quad, conveniently located near student parking and Shop 24.
  • West Hall: West Hall a traditional, double-occupancy, residence hall with a community comprised of approximately 200-first-year students. West is one of two residence halls focused exclusively on the first-year student experience; programming efforts emphasize adjusting to college life and finding success both inside and outside of the classroom. Residents live within the Pond Quad, conveniently located near student parking and Shop 24.