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Utica Campus Facilities

The Utica Campus of Mohawk Valley Community College is located at 1101 Sherman Drive, in southeast Utica. The campus is on level ground and all buildings are accessible to persons with disabilities.

Utica Campus in the fall

The Information Technology/Performing Arts/Conference Center

This building includes a 500 seat theater. It is wheelchair accessible and offers headsets for the hearing impaired. The 58-foot high proscenium features a hydraulic orchestra lift and computer-operated lights and sound. The facility hosts College and community cultural events, presentations by the MVCC Drama Club and Readers Theater, by visiting groups, and is home to specialized instruction related to theater and the arts.

The Utica Symphony also performs some of its concerts here. The building also houses a 120-seat lecture hall with Internet connections, a number of “smart” classrooms, computer laboratories, and the Excellus BlueCross BlueShield Conference & Training Center.

The Academic Building

The Academic Building houses most classrooms on the MVCC Utica Campus, as well as computer laboratories, fine arts studios, and laboratories for nursing, respiratory care, biology, physics, and graphic arts. Offi ces for Security, Disability Services, High School Services and the Learning Center are also located here.

The Science & Technology Building

The Science & Technology Building features a variety of laboratories, including those for chemistry, welding, heating, refrigeration, air conditioning, metallurgy, electricity and machine tools courses.

Payne Hall

Payne Hall, named for MVCC’s late President Emeritus Albert V. Payne, houses a comprehensive Student Service Center, including Admissions, Advisement, Business Offi ce, Counseling, Financial Aid, and Registrar’s Offi ce, as well as a special Help Desk. Many faculty members and administrators have their offi ces in Payne Hall. The main library is located on the second fl oor.

The Alumni College Center

The Alumni College Center serves as the hub of the Student Activities Program. This facility contains recreation rooms, a snack bar (“MV Commons”), dining halls for resident and commuter students, conference facilities, the Bookstore, Student Congress Offi ces, Student Activities Offi ce and the Student Health Center.

Gymnasium

The Gymnasium accommodates about 800 spectators for athletic events and serves as an instructional facility for physical education classes. Special activity areas include two handball-racquetball courts, swimming pool, a multi-purpose room, free weights room and fi tness center. The Child Care Center is also located in the Gymnasium.

Adjoining athletic fields include an all-weather track, soccer, and softball fi elds, as well as six lighted tennis courts.

Residence Halls

The residence hall complexes on the Utica Campus provide housing for over 500 students. Modifi ed rooms for students with disabilities are available. The Willis V. Daugherty Residence Hall is named for an MVCC Trustee Emeritus. Three others are named for New York State historical fi gures: Thomas D. Penfi eld; Edward Huntington; and John Butterfi eld The newest residence hall, which opened in 2005, will be named in the future.