18 Agassiz Circle
Buffalo, NY 14214
1880 S. Winton Rd.
Rochester, NY 14618
As you enter Medaille's campus, the first building that greets you is the Admissions House, located to the west of the main driveway. As a prospective student, this is where you will start your tour.
The Kevin I. Sullivan Campus Center is the primary facility for campus activities.
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 contains classrooms, faculty offices, technology labs, and the Library. It is connected to the Downey Science Building by an enclosed walkway.
The Main Building serves as a central anchor for the campus, and houses administrative offices, classrooms, academic support services, and our Auditorium/Lecture Hall.
This three-story residence contains 140 student beds, a kitchen and lounge, computer lab, and laundry rooms.
This five-story structure was built in 2003, and accommodates over 250 resident students.
The Campus Public Safety building is the first in a row of houses lining Humboldt Parkway, and is where you go to obtain your campus ID, parking passes, and more.
The house at 73 Humboldt houses the College Relations office, which includes Alumni Relations, Development, and Communications. The Perspective newspaper office is located on the first floor.
This house, the third along Humboldt Parkway, is home to the School of Education.
The Business Department can be found in 85 and 91 Humboldt Parkway.
These houses are furnished, decorated and organized with students in mind.
107 Humboldt Parkway houses our Information Technology staff and equipment. Here, you will find the Helpdesk, which can assist with network password difficulties, computer hardware issues, and all your technology questions.
88 Lincoln serves as the president's official residence, and is the site of events for current students, alumni, and friends of the College.
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.