A hands-on education is just the beginning
Located in scenic Central New York, SUNY Morrisville is a model of innovative applied education—a place where students begin crafting exciting careers through real-world experiences. Established in 1908 as a college of agriculture, SUNY Morrisville became a founding member of the State University of New York (SUNY) in 1948.
Morrisville's 3,000 students—who hail from diverse backgrounds across the state and around the globe—choose from more than 50 associate and bachelor's degree programs that embrace agriculture, technology, business, social sciences, and the liberal arts. Among them are strong programs in specialized areas such as renewable energy and resources, aquaculture, automotive technology, equine science, dairy management, nursing, wood technology, resort and recreation management, and information technology.
Located 30 miles south of Morrisville, the Norwich campus also offers associate degree programs. The campus currently serves approximately 600 commuter students enrolled in industrious career and technical areas as well as liberal arts transfer programs. Home of the Mustangs, SUNY Morrisville also boasts 17 intercollegiate athletics programs that compete at the NCAA Division III level.