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First time freshmen, transfer students and students who wish to apply for associate or bachelor’s degree programs.

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Students who wish to apply for master’s degree programs or advanced certifications.

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Students who wish to apply for our online-only degree programs.

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High school students and transfer students who want to enroll in day classes at the Buffalo campus.

Adult and Graduate Programs

Adult learners applying to our undergraduate or graduate degree programs at either our Buffalo or Rochester campuses.

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Adult learners applying to our online undergraduate or graduate degree programs.


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Buffalo Campus

The Buffalo Campus is located in Buffalo, New York, on an attractive, 13 acre, tree-lined urban campus at the intersection of Route 198 (Scajaquada Expressway) and Parkside Avenue. The campus is located within the Olmsted Crescent, a historic area of parkways and landscape designed by Frederick Law Olmsted. Adjacent to Delaware Park and the Buffalo Zoological Gardens, our Buffalo Campus is easily accessible by car, bus or Metro Rail. The College is served by the Humboldt-Hospital NFTA rapid transit station, and a circulator shuttle runs frequently between auxiliary parking at the Zoo and campus. In addition, Medaille is close to the world famous Albright-Knox Art Gallery, the Buffalo and Erie County Historical Society Building, the Buffalo Museum of Science, and the Buffalo and Erie County Library. The Buffalo Campus is home to academic degree programs, athletic facilities, administrative offices, residence halls, student support, academic support, and the Huber Hall Library.

2 Agassiz

2 Agassiz houses the Campus Public Safety Office, the Office of Institutional Research and Planning, and the Director of Operations.

73 Humboldt

73 Humboldt houses the College Relations Office, which includes Alumni Relations, Development, and Communication & Marketing operations. The first floor houses the offices of the Perspective, the campus newspaper, and Incite, the campus magazine. Entrances are available at the front and back of the house.

77 & 81 Humboldt

77 & 81 Humboldt are home to the School of Education. The School of Education encompasses undergraduate and graduate programs, and the Reading Center. More information on the Reading Center is available here: Faculty and administrative offices, as well as conference areas, are located in these building.  The main entrances are located at the back of the buildings.

85  Humboldt

Adult & Graduate Admissions team is located 85 Humboldt.

91 Humboldt

The Online and Continuing Education team is located in 91 Humboldt.

103 Humboldt

103 Humboldt contains faculty offices the Division of Applied & Social Sciences, as well as a conference room area, and study spaces for students.

107 Humboldt

107 Humboldt Parkway houses Medaille College’s Information Technology staff and equipment. The IT Helpdesk, equipped to assist students, faculty, and staff with network password difficulties, computer hardware issues, and other technology questions, is located in this building. The IT website is available here:

117 Humboldt

117 Humboldt houses the Wellness Center. This building is home to the Health Services and Counseling Center.

Admissions Building

This architecturally distinctive building is home to our undergraduate admissions office.

Downey Science Building

The Downey Science Building, opened in 1987, contains a chemistry lab, two biology labs, an animal technology lab, and faculty offices. It is connected to the Main Building by an atrium and to Huber Hall by an enclosed walkway. The building is named in honor of Dr. Leo R. Downey, President of the College, 1978-1987.

Huber Hall

Huber Hall contains the Student Success Center which includes the Advisement Center, Academic Support Center, Career Planning, Disability Services, the TRiO program, and the Office of Multicultural and Community-Based Learning. Huber Hall also contains classrooms, faculty offices, the Academic Computing Center, and the Medaille College Library. The building is named in honor of Dr. Alice Huber, S.S.J., President of the College, 1968–1974.

Kevin I. Sullivan Campus Center

The Kevin I. Sullivan Campus Center, opened in 1994, is the primary facility for campus activities. The Sullivan Center houses Student Development, Athletics, the college store, dining facilities, Residence Life Student Activities, the Student Involvement Center, and meeting spaces for clubs and organizations. Additional features include: a multipurpose/campus event center with a seating capacity of over 600 people; 3,000-square-foot fitness center; and the President’s Room, which serves as a special event and entertainment suite venue overlooking the multipurpose center and gymnasium. The building is named in honor of Kevin I. Sullivan, President of the College, 1987–2001. More information is available here:

Main Building

Centrally located on campus, the Main Building houses offices for Academic Affairs, Student Accounts, Financial Aid, Registrar, and the President. The Information Office, the College radio lab, TV studio, photography laboratory, classrooms, and division and faculty offices are also located in the Main Building. The fourth floor is a dedicated Academic Commons space for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The Academic Commons features seating for studying and relaxing, a flat-screen high definition television, computer stations, and a student-run café. Elevator service for the handicapped is available in this building. A lift provides accessibility from the exterior and skywalks allow access to Huber Hall and the Kevin I. Sullivan Campus Center. An auditorium/lecture hall and a Veterinary Technology animal housing facility, containing a modern clinical laboratory, computer instructional lab and offices, are connected to the Main Building.

North Residence Hall

This three-story residence contains 140 student beds, a kitchen and lounge, computer lab, and laundry rooms. This building has a mix of traditional corridor-style rooms and apartment-style suites. The first floor lounge is generally used for informal meetings. A laundry center is available for residents to use on the first floor. The second floor lounge is a popular spot for students to cook, entertain guests, and has comfortable seating for late-night studying.

South Residence Hall

This five-story structure was built in 2003, and accommodates over 250 resident students. South Residence Hall has double rooms in a traditional corridor style, and each floor has a lounge, kitchenette, computer stations, and laundry facilities. Rooms are furnished with a bed, dresser, and desk for each student.

Rochester Campus

The Rochester Campus offers undergraduate and graduate degrees through the Adult and Graduate program. Located at Cambridge Place, 1880 South Winton Road in Rochester, New York. The campus is situated near Rochester's Outer Loop (I-390/590) in Brighton, just a short distance from exit 1 on I-590. The Rochester campus contains nine classrooms, each with a capacity of 24 students. Classrooms are equipped with audio-visual aids and are wired for Internet accessibility. The library includes student computer stations and a multipurpose/conference room.  Administrative offices located at this campus include Student Services, Academic Services and Admissions. Financial Aid and Student Account representatives hold regular office hours at the Rochester Campus.

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