About Our Facilities
Facilities in brief…
The main campus of SUNY Oneonta gives you a small town feel while providing you with 21st century facilities. The campus consists of 37 buildings located on 250 acres overlooking the city of Oneonta and the Susquehanna Valley.
The campus includes numerous classroom buildings, residences and dining halls. A main attraction is the Hunt College Union which is a focal point for many College activities, including student government, leadership programs, Greek affairs, and literary and musical performances.
The Morris Conference Center is a full-service, year-round residential conference center available to college, community, business, and professional organizations. The Center is noted for excellence in service, dining, and lodging, all at very attractive rates.
We are proud of the Milne Library which holds a collection of over 550,000 volumes and is the second largest within the 13 SUNY colleges of arts and sciences. The spacious facility accommodates both individual and group study and includes a 40-station computer lab. Laptops are available for use within the library, which is networked for wireless access.
The Fine Arts Building houses programs in the visual and performing arts. The Laurence B. Goodrich Theater and the Hamblin Arena Theater share the central section of the building with the Fine Arts Gallery. It is the perfect place to sample some of the Fine Arts offerings of our university.
For cutting edge technology, visit the Instructional Resources Center which is designed to accommodate, support, and maintain all of the current technology used in the instructional process on campus.
To make sure you stay healthy, we offer the Health and Wellness Center which provides numerous services and programs for our students.
If you are longing for some fresh air, then visit our 180-acre College Camp, located about two miles from campus, which features an observatory, lodge, and outdoor recreational facilities.
In nearby Cooperstown, on the shores of Otsego Lake, the College owns 2600 acres of woodland, pond, and shoreline that serve as an aquatic and terrestrial ecological research area for the Biological Field Station. Cooperstown is also home to the internationally acclaimed Cooperstown Graduate Program in History Museum Studies.
Other Helpful links.
- Campus Security
- Instructional Resources Center
- Outdoor Resource Center
- Technology and Computer Facilities