Medaille College Campus in Buffalo, NY | About Medaille Buffalo Campus & Maps

Medaille College Buffalo, NY Campus

Medaille College Campus in Buffalo, NY

Medaille College Campus in Buffalo, NY

Medaille College's Buffalo, NY campus sits in the heart of city, and shares Buffalo's cultural diversity and spirit of resurgence. We're just footsteps away from Delaware Park, the vast centerpiece of famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted's world-renowned parks and parkways system.

 

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Medaille College Buffalo, NY

18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, NY 14214
(716) 880-2000
(800) 292-1582 toll-free

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About Medaille College's Buffalo, NY Campus

Medaille College's Buffalo, NY campus sits in the heart of city, and shares Buffalo's cultural diversity and spirit of resurgence. Conveniently located at the intersection of Route 198 and Parkside Avenue, the campus is mere footsteps away from Delaware Park, the vast centerpiece of famed landscape architect Frederick Law Olmsted's world-renowned parks and parkways system.

Medaille is just minutes from the professional sports, arts and culture of downtown Buffalo. Whether you are new to the area or have lived in Western New York your entire life, it's easy to take advantage of all that the College and Buffalo have to offer. 

In addition to Delaware Park, the Buffalo campus is adjacent to the Buffalo Zoo and located near the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, the Buffalo Museum of Science and the downtown corridor's revitalized waterfront, known as Canalside. In addition, Niagara Falls and Toronto are within a 30- to 90-minute drive, respectively.

Once you explore Medaille's campus, you will discover even more options. Unwind by grabbing a coffee at the Commons Café, work out at the 3,000-square-foot fitness center or study comfortably in the fireside lounge. Plus, our classrooms are all designed to provide you with the skills and experience necessary for real-world success.

Offering ample parking, the Buffalo campus is easily accessible by car, bus or Metro Rail. Medaille College is served by the Humboldt-Hospital NFTA rapid transit station, and a circulator shuttle frequently runs between auxiliary parking, located at the Buffalo Zoo, and campus.

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Medaille College Buffalo Campus Map of Offices

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Medaille College Academic Facilities

A complete introduction to the academic facilities located on Medaille College's Buffalo campus.

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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 classrooms, faculty offices, the Academic Computing Center, the New Media Institute (multimedia lab) and the Medaille College Library. The building is named in honor of Dr. Alice Huber, SSJ, President of the College, 1968-1974.

Library

Library services, including the on-line catalog, 24/7 access to on-line research information, and over 3,000 full text online periodical titles, are accessible through the library's website.

Cooperative arrangements with various colleges and universities in the area and across the state provide access to a wide range of research materials. In addition, the Library contains approximately 55,000 print volumes and 350 print periodical titles. Individual study carrels, study tables, and an informal lounge area are available for the convenience of students.

Academic Computing Center

The Academic Computing Center consists of two electronic classrooms and an open lab containing PCs. Each computer has the standard software for students to work on their academic assignments and to keep in touch with family at home, including Microsoft Office and multimedia applications.

 

Main Building

The Main Building serves as a central anchor for the campus, and houses administrative offices, classrooms, academic support services, and our Auditorium/Lecture Hall.

The first floor of the Main Building includes the Information Office, President's Office, Registrar, Human Resources, Business Office, Financial Aid, and the Auditorium/Lecture Hall. The second floor is home to Academic Affairs, and you can find faculty offices and classroom space on the second and third floors.

The television studio, radio broadcast center, Academic Services and faculty offices are located in the basement.

The Academic Commons is a space on the fourth floor for students, faculty, staff and visitors that opened in fall 2009. It features comfortable seating for studying and relaxing, a flat-screen high definition television, and a student-run cafe which serves coffee and snacks.

Elevator service for the disabled 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.

The Veterinary Technology animal housing facility, containing a modern clinical laboratory, computer instructional lab and offices, are connected to the Main Building.

 

77 Humboldt - Education Department

This house, the third along Humboldt Parkway, is home to the  Education Department.

The Education Department encompasses undergraduate and graduate programs, and includes the Student Teaching Placement Office, which is a valuable resource for aspiring educational professionals.

Seven professors have offices in this space, and a conference room is available. The main entrance to this building is in the back of the house.

 

85 & 91 Humboldt - Business Department

The Business Department can be found in 85 and 91 Humboldt Parkway.  They are among several of the beautiful, historic Buffalo homes that have been converted into useful academic and office space for our students and faculty.

Each house has classroom space that works well for seminar-type courses where students are encouraged to have open discussions. Areas for small meetings, with full-size conference tables, are also available.

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