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Directions to Campus Locations

Here are directions to key buildings you may be looking for during your visit to campus.If you are traveling by car, be sure to use the GPS address listed for the most accuratedirections to your intended location.

  • Kehoe Administration Building — Admissions Office

    GPS Location: 101 Broad Street, Plattsburgh, NY 12901

    From Albany, New York City, Long Island and New Jersey (South)

    • Take Route 87 N to exit 24 (Albany).
    • Pay toll and follow signs for I-87 N (Montreal).
    • Take the Adirondack Northway (I-87) north to exit 37 (Plattsburgh).
    • Turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route 3.
    • Go 1 mile to where Route 3 (Cornelia Street) intersects at a "Y" with Broad Street.
    • Bear right on Broad Street. At the third traffic light, turn right.
    • The Kehoe Administration Building will be directly in front of you (Kehoe is a ten-storybuilding).
    • Proceed to the parking lot on the right-hand side of the Kehoe building. Park in a“Visitor Parking” space to the right.
    • The admissions office is located on the 1st floor of the Kehoe Administration Building.

    From Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse (Western and Central New York)

    A sample route may be as follows:

    • Take I-90 E to exit 24 (Albany).
    • Pay toll and follow signs for I-87 N (Montreal).
    • Take the Adirondack Northway (I-87) north to exit 37 (Plattsburgh).
    • Turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route 3.
    • Go 1 mile to where Route 3/Cornelia Street intersects at a "Y" with Broad Street.
    • Bear right on Broad Street. At the third traffic light, turn right.
    • The Kehoe Administration Building will be directly in front of you (Kehoe is a ten-storybuilding).
    • Proceed to the parking lot on the right-hand side of the Kehoe building. Park in a“Visitor Parking” space to the right.
    • The admissions office is located on the 1st floor of the Kehoe Administration Building.

    From Vermont and New Hampshire (East)

    • Take I-89 N in Vermont to exit 17 (Route 2).
    • Bear right on Route 2. Follow Route 2 until junction with Route 314.
    • Make a left on 314 W next to Mobil station.
    • Follow to blinking caution light, turn left and board the ferry (Northern Crossing- Grand Isle to Plattsburgh).
    • When you reach NY, follow 314 W until stop light.
    • Turn left on Route 9 and follow hospital signs.
    • At the next traffic light, turn right on Boynton Avenue.
    • Drive approximately three quarters of a mile, then turn left on Beekman Street.
    • Continue past hospital entrance. After the hospital entrance, continue through thenext two traffic lights.
    • The Kehoe Administration Building will be directly in front of you (Kehoe is a ten-storybuilding).
    • Proceed to the parking lot on the right-hand side of the Kehoe building. Park in a“Visitor Parking” space to the right.
    • The admissions office is located on the 1st floor of the Kehoe Administration Building.

    From Boston, Hartford, Springfield (Southern New England)

    • Take the Massachusetts Turnpike to I-87 in New York state.
    • Take I-87 N to exit 24 (Albany). Pay toll and follow signs for I-87 N (Montreal).
    • Take the Adirondack Northway (I-87) north to exit 37 (Plattsburgh).
    • Turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route 3.
    • Go 1 mile to where Route 3 (Cornelia Street) intersects at a "Y" with Broad Street.
    • Bear right on Broad Street. At the third traffic light, turn right.
    • The Kehoe Administration Building will be directly in front of you (Kehoe is a ten-storybuilding).
    • Proceed to the parking lot on the right-hand side of the Kehoe building. Park in a“Visitor Parking” space to the right.
    • The admissions office is located on the 1st floor of the Kehoe Administration Building.

    From the North Country (Watertown, Potsdam, Malone)

    • Merge onto US-11 N.
    • Continue to follow US-11 N until junction with NY-190 in Ellenburg.
    • At the flashing yellow light, turn right onto NY-190.
    • Follow NY-190 all the way to NY-3 (Plattsburgh).
    • Turn left onto NY-3 (Cornelia Street).
    • Go approximately 2.5 miles to where NY- 3 (Cornelia Street) intersects at a "Y" withBroad Street.
    • Bear right on Broad Street. At the third traffic light, turn right.
    • The Kehoe Administration Building will be directly in front of you (Kehoe is a ten-storybuilding).
    • Proceed to the parking lot on the right-hand side of the Kehoe building. Park in a“Visitor Parking” space to the right.
    • The admissions office is located on the 1st floor of the Kehoe Administration Building.

    From Montreal, Canada

    • Take Route 15 South until you reach the border.
    • Continue on Adirondack Northway (I-87) south to exit 37.
    • Turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route 3.
    • Go 1 mile to where Route 3 (Cornelia Street) intersects at a "Y" with Broad Street.
    • Bear right on Broad Street. At the third traffic light, turn right.
    • The Kehoe Administration Building will be directly in front of you (Kehoe is a ten-storybuilding).
    • Proceed to the parking lot on the right-hand side of the Kehoe building. Park in a“Visitor Parking” space to the right.
    • The admissions office is located on the 1st floor of the Kehoe Administration Building.
  • GPS Location: 205 Cornelia Street, Plattsburgh, NY 12901

    From Albany, New York City, Long Island and New Jersey (South)

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    • Take Route 87 N to exit 24 (Albany).
    • Pay toll and follow signs for I-87 N (Montreal).
    • Take the Adirondack Northway (I-87) north to exit 37 (Plattsburgh).
    • Turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route 3.
    • Go 1 mile to where Route 3 (Cornelia Street) intersects at a "Y" with Broad Street.
    • Bear left at the "Y," continuing on Cornelia Street.
    • Continue on Cornelia Street through one traffic light (past the hospital entrance).
    • Immediately after Draper Avenue, you will see the Hawkins Hall parking lot on theright (Hawkins Hall is a castle-like building).

    From Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse (Western and Central New York)

    Note: Travelers from western New York have several choices. Please call the AdmissionsOffice for route and travel tips.

    • Take I-90 E to exit 24 (Albany).
    • Pay toll and follow signs for I-87 N (Montreal).
    • Take the Adirondack Northway (I-87) north to exit 37 (Plattsburgh).
    • Turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route 3.
    • Go 1 mile to where Route 3/Cornelia Street intersects at a "Y" with Broad Street.
    • Bear left at the "Y," continuing on Cornelia Street.
    • Continue on Cornelia Street through one traffic light (past the hospital entrance).
    • Immediately after Draper Avenue, you will see the Hawkins Hall parking lot on theright (Hawkins Hall is a castle-like building).

    From Vermont and New Hampshire (East)

    • Take I-89 N in Vermont to exit 17 (Route 2).
    • Bear right on Route 2. Follow Route 2 until junction with Route 314.
    • Make a left on 314 W next to Mobil station.
    • Follow to blinking caution light, turn left and board the ferry (Northern Crossing- Grand Isle to Plattsburgh).
    • When you reach NY, follow 314 W until stoplight.
    • Turn left on Route 9 and follow hospital signs.
    • At the next traffic light, turn right on Boynton Avenue.
    • Drive approximately three quarters of a mile, then turn left on Beekman Street.
    • Continue past hospital entrance.
    • At the next traffic light, you will see Hawkins Hall ahead on the right (Hawkins Hallis a castle-like building).
    • Turn right at the traffic light onto Cornelia Street (Route 3).
    • The Hawkins Hall parking lot will be on your left.

    From Boston, Hartford, Springfield (Southern New England)

    • Take the Massachusetts Turnpike to I-87 in New York state.
    • Take I-87 N to exit 24 (Albany). Pay toll and follow signs for I-87 N (Montreal).
    • Take the Adirondack Northway (I-87) north to exit 37 (Plattsburgh).
    • Turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route 3.
    • Go 1 mile to where Route 3 (Cornelia Street) intersects at a "Y" with Broad Street.
    • Bear left at the "Y," continuing on Cornelia Street.
    • Continue on Cornelia Street through one traffic light (past the hospital entrance).
    • Immediately after Draper Avenue, you will see the Hawkins Hall parking lot on theright (Hawkins Hall is a castle-like building).

    From the North Country (Watertown, Potsdam, Malone)

    • Merge onto US-11 N
    • Continue to follow US-11 N until junction with NY-190 in Ellenburg
    • At the flashing yellow light, turn right onto NY-190
    • Follow NY-190 all the way to NY-3 (Plattsburgh)
    • Turn left onto NY-3 (Cornelia Street)
    • Go approximately 2.5 miles to where NY- 3 (Cornelia Street) intersects at a "Y" withBroad Street
    • Bear left at the "Y," continuing on Cornelia Street
    • Continue on Cornelia Street through one traffic light (past the hospital entrance)
    • Immediately after Draper Avenue, you will see the Hawkins Hall parking lot on theright (Hawkins Hall is a castle-like building)

    From Montreal, Canada

    • Take Route 15 South until you reach the border
    • Continue on Adirondack Northway (I-87) south to exit 37
    • Turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route 3
    • Go 1 mile to where Route 3 (Cornelia Street) intersects at a "Y" with Broad Street
    • Bear left at the "Y," continuing on Cornelia Street
    • Continue on Cornelia Street through one traffic light (past the hospital entrance)
    • Immediately after Draper Avenue, you will see the Hawkins Hall parking lot on theright (Hawkins Hall is a castle-like building)
  • Angell College Center

    GPS Location: 36 Rugar Street, Plattsburgh, NY 12901

    From Albany, New York City, Long Island and New Jersey (South)

    • Take Route 87 N to exit 24 (Albany). Pay toll and follow signs for I-87 N (Montreal).
    • Take the Adirondack Northway (I-87) north to exit 37 (Plattsburgh).
    • Turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route 3.
    • Go 1 mile to where Route 3 (Cornelia Street) intersects at a "Y" with Broad Street.Bear right on Broad Street. At the third traffic light, turn right. The Kehoe AdministrationBuilding will be directly in front of you (Kehoe is a ten-story building).
    • Turn left in front of the Kehoe Administration Building and park in the parking lotstraight ahead.
    • After parking, follow sandwich board signs to the entrance of the Angell College Center.

    From Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse (Western and Central New York)

    A sample route may be as follows:

    • Take I-90 E to exit 24 (Albany). Pay toll and follow signs for I-87 N (Montreal).
    • Take the Adirondack Northway (I-87) north to exit 37 (Plattsburgh).
    • Turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route 3.
    • Go 1 mile to where Route 3/Cornelia Street intersects at a "Y" with Broad Street.Bear right on Broad Street. At the third traffic light, turn right.
    • The Kehoe Administration Building will be directly in front of you (Kehoe is a ten-storybuilding). Turn left in front of the Kehoe Administration Building and park in theparking lot straight ahead. After parking, follow sandwich board signs to the entranceof the Angell College Center.

    From Vermont and New Hampshire (East)

    • Take I-89 N in Vermont to exit 17 (Route 2).
    • Bear right on Route 2. Follow Route 2 until junction with Route 314.
    • Make a left on 314 W next to Mobil station.
    • Follow to blinking caution light, turn left and board the ferry (Northern Crossing- Grand Isle to Plattsburgh).
    • When you reach NY, follow 314 W until stoplight.
    • Turn left on Route 9 and follow hospital signs.
    • At the next traffic light, turn right on Boynton Avenue.
    • Drive approximately three quarters of a mile, then turn left on Beekman Street.
    • Continue past hospital entrance. After the hospital entrance, continue through thenext two traffic lights towards the Kehoe Administration Building. (Kehoe is a ten-storybuilding).
    • Turn left in front of the Kehoe Administration Building and park in the parking lotstraight ahead.
    • After parking, follow sandwich board signs to the entrance of the Angell College Center.

    From the North Country (Watertown, Potsdam, Malone)

    • Merge onto US-11 N.
    • Continue to follow US-11 N until junction with NY-190 in Ellenburg.
    • At the flashing yellow light, turn right onto NY-190.
    • Follow NY-190 all the way to NY-3 (Plattsburgh).
    • Turn left onto NY-3 (Cornelia Street).
    • Go approximately 2.5 miles to where NY- 3 (Cornelia Street) intersects at a "Y" withBroad Street.
    • Bear right on Broad Street. At the third traffic light, turn right.
    • The Kehoe Administration Building will be directly in front of you (Kehoe is a ten-storybuilding).
    • Turn left in front of the Kehoe Administration Building and park in the parking lotstraight ahead.
    • After parking, follow sandwich board signs to the entrance of the Angell College Center.

    From Montreal, Canada

    • Take Route 15 south until you reach the border.
    • Continue on Adirondack Northway (I-87) south to exit 37.
    • Turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route 3.
    • Go 1 mile to where Route 3 (Cornelia Street) intersects at a "Y" with Broad Street.
    • Bear right on Broad Street. At the third traffic light, turn right.
    • The Kehoe Administration Building will be directly in front of you (Kehoe is a ten-storybuilding).
    • Turn left in front of the Kehoe Administration Building and park in the parking lotstraight ahead.
    • After parking, follow sandwich board signs to the entrance of the Angell College Center.
  • Field House — Athletic Complex

    GPS Location: 167 Rugar Street, Plattsburgh, NY 12901

    From Albany, New York City, Long Island and New Jersey (South)

    • Take Route 87 N to exit 24 (Albany).
    • Pay toll and look for Route-87 N (Montreal).
    • Take the Adirondack Northway (Interstate 87) north to exit 37 (Plattsburgh).
    • After coming off the exit, turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route3.
    • Remain in the right lane to turn right.
    • Go to the fifth traffic light and turn right onto Cogan Avenue (Domino’s Pizza isat the corner).
    • Proceed on Cogan Avenue to the second stop sign at the intersection with Rugar Street.The entrance to the Field House is straight ahead.
    • Cross Rugar Street and enter the main entrance to the Field House grounds.
    • Turn right and the parking lots will be on the left in front of the Field House.

    From Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse (Western and Central New York)

    • Take I-90 E to exit 24 (Albany).
    • Take the Adirondack Northway (Interstate 87) north to exit 37 (Plattsburgh).
    • After coming off the exit, turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route3.
    • Remain in the right lane to turn right.
    • Go to the fifth traffic light and turn right onto Cogan Avenue (Domino’s Pizza isat the corner).
    • Proceed on Cogan Avenue to the second stop sign at the intersection with Rugar Street.The entrance to the Field House is straight ahead.
    • Cross Rugar Street and enter the main entrance to the Field House grounds.
    • Turn right and the parking lots will be on the left in front of the Field House.

    From Vermont and New Hampshire (East)

    • Take I-89 N in Vermont to exit 17 (Route 2).
    • Bear right on Route 2.
    • Follow Route 2 until junction with Route 314.
    • Make a left on 314W next to Mobil station.
    • Follow to blinking caution light, turn left and board ferry.
    • Take the Grand Isle Ferry to Plattsburgh.
    • Continue straight on Route 314 (New York state).
    • Cross Route 9 and the Adirondack Northway (Interstate 87) and bear right (south) ontothe I-87 S ramp.
    • Take the Adirondack Northway (Interstate 87) north to exit 37 (Plattsburgh).
    • After coming off the exit, turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route3.
    • Remain in the right lane to turn right.
    • Go to the fifth traffic light and turn right onto Cogan Avenue (Domino’s Pizza isat the corner).
    • Proceed on Cogan Avenue to the second stop sign at the intersection with Rugar Street.The entrance to the Field House is straight ahead.
    • Cross Rugar Street and enter the main entrance to the Field House grounds.
    • Turn right and the parking lots will be on the left in front of the Field House.

    From the North Country (Watertown, Potsdam, Malone)

    • Take US-11 N toward Vermont.
    • In Ellenburg, turn right on to NY-190 to Plattsburgh.
    • At intersection, turn left on to NY-3.
    • Continue to the seventh traffic light and turn right at the intersection onto CoganAvenue.
    • Proceed on Cogan Avenue to the second stop sign at the intersection with Rugar Street.The entrance to the Field House is straight ahead.
    • Cross Rugar Street and enter the main entrance to the Field House grounds.
    • Turn right and the parking lots will be on the left in front of the Field House.

    From Montreal, Canada

    • Take Route 15 S to U.S. Customs at the U.S. - Canada Border.
    • Continue south on Adirondack Northway (I-87) south to exit 37.
    • After coming off the exit, turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route3.
    • Remain in the right lane to turn right.
    • Go to the fifth traffic light and turn right onto Cogan Avenue (Domino’s Pizza isat the corner).
    • Proceed on Cogan Avenue to the second stop sign at the intersection with Rugar Street.The entrance to the Field House is straight ahead.
    • Cross Rugar Street and enter the main entrance to the Field House grounds.
    • Turn right and the parking lots will be on the left in front of the Field House.
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  • GPS Location: 26 Rugar Street, Plattsburgh, NY 12901

    From Albany, New York City, Long Island and New Jersey (South)

    • Take Route 87 N to exit 24 (Albany).
    • Pay toll and follow signs for I-87 N (Montreal).
    • Take the Adirondack Northway (I-87) north to exit 37 (Plattsburgh).
    • Turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route 3.
    • Go 1 mile to where Route 3 (Cornelia Street) intersects at a "Y" with Broad Street.
    • Bear right on Broad Street. At the third traffic light, turn right.
    • The Kehoe Administration Building will be directly in front of you (Kehoe is a ten-storybuilding).
    • Turn left in front of the Kehoe Administration Building and park in the parking lot straight ahead.
    • The Myers Fine Arts Building is adjacent to the parking lot.

    From Buffalo, Rochester, Syracuse (Western and Central New York)

    A sample route may be as follows:

    • Take I-90 E to exit 24 (Albany).
    • Pay toll and follow signs for I-87 N (Montreal).
    • Take the Adirondack Northway (I-87) north to exit 37 (Plattsburgh).
    • Turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route 3.
    • Go 1 mile to where Route 3/Cornelia Street intersects at a "Y" with Broad Street.
    • Bear right on Broad Street. At the third traffic light, turn right.
    • The Kehoe Administration Building will be directly in front of you (Kehoe is a ten-storybuilding).
    • Turn left in front of the Kehoe Administration Building and park in the parking lotstraight ahead.
    • The Myers Fine Arts Building is adjacent to the parking lot.

    From Vermont and New Hampshire (East)

    • Take I-89 N in Vermont to exit 17 (Route 2).
    • Bear right on Route 2. Follow Route 2 until junction with Route 314.
    • Make a left on 314 W next to Mobil station.
    • Follow to blinking caution light, turn left and board the ferry (Northern Crossing- Grand Isle to Plattsburgh).
    • When you reach N.Y., follow 314 W until stop light.
    • Turn left on Route 9 and follow hospital signs.
    • At the next traffic light, turn right on Boynton Avenue.
    • Drive approximately three quarters of a mile, then turn left on Beekman Street.
    • Continue past hospital entrance. After the hospital entrance, continue through thenext two traffic lights towards the Kehoe Administration Building. (Kehoe is a ten-storybuilding).
    • Turn left in front of the Kehoe Administration Building and park in the parking lotstraight ahead.
    • The Myers Fine Arts Building is adjacent to the parking lot.

    From Boston, Hartford, Springfield (Southern New England)

    • Take the Massachusetts Turnpike to I-87 in New York state
    • Take I-87 N to exit 24 (Albany). Pay toll and follow signs for I-87 N (Montreal)
    • Take the Adirondack Northway (I-87) north to exit 37 (Plattsburgh)
    • Turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route 3
    • Go 1 mile to where Route 3 (Cornelia Street) intersects at a "Y" with Broad Street
    • Bear right on Broad Street. At the third traffic light, turn right
    • The Kehoe Administration Building will be directly in front of you (Kehoe is a ten-storybuilding)
    • Turn left in front of the Kehoe Administration Building and park in the parking lotstraight ahead
    • The Myers Fine Arts Building is adjacent to the parking lot.

    From the North Country (Watertown, Potsdam, Malone)

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    • Merge onto US-11 N.
    • Continue to follow US-11 N until junction with NY-190 in Ellenburg.
    • At the flashing yellow light, turn right onto NY-190.
    • Follow NY-190 all the way to NY-3 (Plattsburgh).
    • Turn left onto NY-3 (Cornelia Street).
    • Go approximately 2.5 miles to where NY- 3 (Cornelia Street) intersects at a "Y" withBroad Street.
    • Bear right on Broad Street. At the third traffic light, turn right.
    • The Kehoe Administration Building will be directly in front of you (Kehoe is a ten-storybuilding).
    • Turn left in front of the Kehoe Administration Building and park in the parking lotstraight ahead.
    • The Myers Fine Arts Building is adjacent to the parking lot.

    From Montreal, Canada

    • Take Route 15 south until you reach the border.
    • Continue on Adirondack Northway (I-87) south to exit 37.
    • Turn right at the traffic light and proceed east on Route 3.
    • Go 1 mile to where Route 3 (Cornelia Street) intersects at a "Y" with Broad Street.
    • Bear right on Broad Street. At the third traffic light, turn right.
    • The Kehoe Administration Building will be directly in front of you (Kehoe is a ten-storybuilding).
    • Turn left in front of the Kehoe Administration Building and park in the parking lotstraight ahead.
    • The Myers Fine Arts Building is adjacent to the parking lot.

Campus Maps

  • Not sure how to find your way around campus?

    Download and print this high-resolution campus mapto help you find your way. Includes parking locations and campus buildings.

    View CAMPUS MAP

  • This campus dining map showsyou where to find dining halls and other places to eat on campus.Hours of operationand meal plan details are also provided.

  • Google Map

    Check out our Google Map for a satellite view of campus or to get customizable directions.

  • Other Maps
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Public Transportation to Plattsburgh

  • Bus — Greyhound

    The Greyhound station is approximately 1.7 miles from campus just off of Route 9 (Exit39 on I-87). Multiple departure times for downstate travel are available daily withcomplimentary WiFi for all passengers.

    Greyhound Bus Schedule and Information

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  • Rail — Amtrak

    The Amtrak station is located in downtown Plattsburgh, approximately one mile fromcampus. The picturesque Adirondack train runs daily to Albany and Penn Station, whereconnecting trains can take you to Philadelphia, Baltimore and Washington, DC.

    Amtrak Schedule and Information

  • Air — Plattsburgh International Airport

    The Plattsburgh International Airport is approximately three miles from campus (Exit36 on I-87) and is serviced by United, Allegiant and Spirit airlines. Currently, directflights are available to Washington D.C. (Dulles), Orlando, Myrtle Beach and severalmore. United and Spirit airlines also offer connections to more than 140 other destinations.

    Plattsburgh International Airport Flight Information

  • Ferry — Lake Champlain Ferries

    Three ferry options exist for visitors looking to cross Lake Champlain. The GrandIsle, VT/Plattsburgh, NY ferry is the most practical and popular option, running 24hours a day, year-round. This ferry will land you within seven miles of campus andruns every 15-20 minutes during regular commuter hours. The ferry also makes it amere 30 minute drive to Burlington once in Vermont.

    Lake Champlain Ferries Schedule and Information

  • Plattsburgh has a variety of local, reliabletaxi servicesto help with transportation during your trip to campus. We are also serviced byUberandLyft, which also offer affordable, convenient options.EnterpriseandHertzalso have local offices in Plattsburgh if you would like to rent a vehicle.

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FAQs

What major is SUNY Plattsburgh known for? ›

The most popular majors at SUNY Plattsburgh include: Accounting; Registered Nursing/Registered Nurse; Criminal Justice/Safety Studies; School Psychology; and Radio and Television.

Can freshmen have a car at Plattsburgh? ›

Can I have a vehicle on campus? Answer: Yes, even first-year students! There are on-campus areas designated for student parking. Students are required to pay a registration and a parking fee in order to park on campus.

What is the use of a campus on a map? ›

Location. A digital campus map allows facilities departments to orient themselves against the physical location of individual campus buildings.

Does SUNY Plattsburgh have a pool? ›

PLATTSBURGH — The pool in SUNY Plattsburgh's Memorial Hall is due to close for good this May, but more than 3,800 petitioners aren't happy about it.

What is the best SUNY school? ›

Binghamton University is the top-ranked SUNY for value according to U.S. News & World Report, which has for more than three decades included Binghamton in its annual lists of top-notch schools.

Is Plattsburgh NY A good place to live? ›

Great town with many job opportunities. Plattsburgh is a small town with a lot to offer. With multiples schools, colleges, workplaces, dining, and entertainment around, its worth a visit or to stay in. Plattsburgh is a smaller city but has many great things to offer.

Is SUNY Plattsburgh a dry campus? ›

a. The sale, serving and consumption of alcohol on the Plattsburgh campus, outside the provision for legal personal consumption in residence halls, is allowed by the College exclusively through the Marriott Corporation. b. Alcohol events or parties are not permitted in residence halls.

What can I bring into SUNY Plattsburgh? ›

Students are required to live on campus for two academic years (four semesters).
...
Students should bring:
  • Bedding to fit a twin size extra long mattress (6' 7” long, 3' wide, and 6” thick);
  • Pillow(s);
  • Study lamp (non halogen);
  • Towels;
  • Throw rug;
  • Hangers;
  • Clothing items;
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What is the purpose of a building map? ›

Building plans are a graphical representation of what a building will look like after construction. They are used by builders and contractors to construct buildings of all kinds. Building plans are also useful when it comes to estimating how much a project will cost, and preparing project budgets.

What is map in college? ›

Hailed as one of the most innovative and high-impact corporate volunteer programs focused on mentoring in the US, College MAP (Mentoring for Access and Persistence), is a model of private sector mentoring to support access to education for underserved youth and develop future generations of talent.

Can Georgetown freshman have cars? ›

Georgetown University does not provide on-campus parking for undergraduate students. With very few exceptions, undergraduate students are prohibited from parking motor vehicles on campus and/or on residential streets in Georgetown, Burleith, and Foxhall.

Can you have a car on campus at Adelphi? ›

Yes, all vehicles parked on campus must be registered with Adelphi's Department of Public Safety and Transportation, display a current state registration and inspection certificate and display a current University parking permit on the rear bumper (driver's side).

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