As a student at Erie Community College, you should become familiar with your rights and the policies of the institution. These are in place to protect you, as well as fellow students, faculty and staff during the course of your educational stay. In addition, you will find directions and maps to help you navigate each campus and travel between the three campuses.
The City Campus moved to its present site in 1982, following the renovation of the Old Post Office, an architectural landmark, in downtown Buffalo. The site of the present City Campus is listed in the National Registry of Historic Places and in 1964 was named in the Historic American Building Survey as one of the 11 most significant buildings in Buffalo. Bordered by Oak and Ellicott streets, this urban campus is rich in architectural beauty, boasting an expansive skylight, an atrium filled with ferns and trees, high-ceilinged classrooms and gourmet cooking facilities. Among the City Campus programs are: Culinary Arts, Early Childhood Education and Industrial Technology.
North Campus Map
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The North Campus, located in Williamsville, NY, is the oldest of the campuses. Spreading over 120 acres, this campus offers its students several buildings, including the Gleasner Administration Building, Dry Memorial Library and Spring Student Center. Among the programs offered at the North Campus are: Criminal Justice, Culinary Arts, Dental Hygiene, Dietetic Technology, Engineering Science, Hotel Restaurant Management, Nursing, Ophthalmic Dispensing and Respiratory Therapy.
South Campus Map
The self-contained design of the South Campus offers buildings connected by bridges surrounding a center courtyard. Located on Southwestern Boulevard in Orchard Park, NY, this campus has buildings designated for business and the humanities, math and science, administration and recreation, as well as a two-story Learning Resource Center and the Office of Disabled Students Services. Among the programs offered at the South Campus are: Architectural Technology, Automotive Technology, Business Administration, Computer Information Systems, Computer Repair Technology, Dental Laboratory Technology, Emergency Medical Technology/Paramedic, Emergency Management, Fire Protection Technology, Office Technology, Recreation Leadership and Telecommunications Technology.
Vehicle Tech Training Center Map
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The Vehicle Technology Training Center, located at 5885 Big Tree Road in Orchard Park, NY serves the Automotive Technology Program, MOPAR/CAP Apprenticeship Program and Ford Motor Company ASSET Program and allows for the development of curriculum designed to prepare graduates to meet the challenges of the automotive industry. College and government support, a state-of-the-art facility and partnerships with Ford and General Motors allow the college to successfully meet the needs of the local workforce.
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