Morrisville State College, located in Central New York, offers the flexibility of bachelor and associate degrees. Students may choose from programs in agriculture and natural resources, business, computer technologies, construction and engineering technologies, health, hospitality, and liberal arts and sciences. Morrisville offers outstanding facilities, including equine and dairy facilities, an automotive technology center, and eleven residence halls.
Recent campus initiatives include renovation of the College's theater and the addition of apartment-style housing. The College opened the Copper Turret restaurant in the village of Morrisville in January 2006. The restaurant serves as a learning laboratory for students in hospitality programs. MSC has successfully integrated laptop computers and wireless technology into academics and campus culture.
The College is situated on 150-acres of land, with more than 48 buildings, athletic fields and 1,000-acres of farm and woodland. The College is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools and several programs have special accreditations. The College offers a number of dual enrollment and articulation agreements with area high schools and has transfer agreements with dozens of public and private colleges throughout the nation.
Morrisville enrolls students from every New York State county, 22 different states, and 10 foreign countries. Morrisville is home to 16 intercollegiate athletic teams and will begin participating in the NCAA Division III in the fall 2006 semester.