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Morrisville State College is proud to offer quality academic programs and services at its magnificent Norwich campus in Chenango County. The campus, located adjacent to the Eaton Center in downtown Norwich, serves Chenango County and other counties in South Central New York.
Located in Roger W. Follett Hall, the campus offers associate degree programs in select career and technical areas as well as liberal arts transfer programs. Students wishing to enroll in Morrisville programs not offered at the Norwich Campus may take general education or elective courses that can be applied to Morrisville State College (Main Campus) associate or bachelor degree programs.
Norwich campus students taking six credit hours or more will be given a college membership at the Norwich Family YMCA located on North Broad Street just two short blocks from the campus.
Norwich Campus students enjoy a highly personalized and supportive learning environment. They are also greeted with an infusion of technology that promises to "take them places" when seeking employment or advancing in their career. Campus highlights include a wireless network, ThinkPad University integration and "Smart Classrooms," with ceiling-mounted video/data projectors that can interface with VHS, DVD and document cameras. This allows students and faculty to project from a wide range of media onto the retractable, ceiling-mounted screens.
Video conferencing between remote sites is also available, enabling real time audio and video communication between two or more locations for distance learning, professional development and corporate meetings.
Roger W. Follett Hall is located at 20 Conkey Ave., Norwich, NY 13815 and offers students close proximity to downtown services, housing, shopping, cultural and recreational activities. The main campus is located in Morrisville, NY, approximately 30 miles north of Norwich.
College admission requires a high school diploma or G.E.D. Individual programs may have specific admission requirements beyond the college minimum.