18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, NY 14214
30 Wilson Rd.
Amherst, NY 14221
1880 S. Winton Rd.
Rochester, NY 14618
A welcoming environment motivates you to succeed. Medaille is a private, non-sectarian four-year college with three campuses in Western New York. The central undergraduate campus sits along the historic Olmsted Crescent near Delaware Park and the cultural heart of Buffalo. Our convenient graduate campuses in Amherst and Rochester feature modern amenities and resources to help balance school and work.
An enlightening idea inspires you to change directions in your life. Ask any current student why they chose Medaille and they will tell you about the student-centered atmosphere and the faculty’s strong commitment to hands-on learning and accessibility. Enjoy the flexibility of earning your bachelor’s, master’s or associate degree through day, evening, weekend and summer programs.
A conversation over lunch evolves into a friendship that lasts a lifetime. Students from all walks of life mix at Medaille, creating a vibrant campus. Expand your horizons, meet interesting people and make a difference in the community by joining a student club. Gather for a study group in the new Commons Cafe. Take advantage of the exciting cultural opportunities offered by the beautiful Buffalo-Niagara region, many of which are right at your doorstep.
Teamwork on the field trains you for life as a professional. A member of the Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference, Medaille fields successful NCAA Division III athletic teams for men and women. Medaille’s supportive environment encourages students to reach maximum potential in athletic competition, academic progress, and personal development.
Change your dreams into reality. Feel free to stop by and visit. You just might end up finding yourself.
The instructors were knowledgeable and welcomed class discussions, with
respect for each student's contribution. I've learned how to be a more
effective leader. My capstone class gave insight on how to combine all
the education learned to operate a business. That's when I realized how
much I had sharpened my knowledge.