Rome Campus Facilities
MVCC’s Rome campus is located at 1101 Floyd Avenue in Rome, NY, and consists of the John D. Plumley Science & Technology Complex and the Rome Academic Building. MVCC also operates an Aviation Training Center at Griffiss Business and Technology Park and is a partner with SUNY Canton in the Dental Hygiene Training Clinic at the Griffiss Veterans Administration Facility.
The Rome Campus offers all services available on the Utica Campus with the exception of student housing. The Rome Registrar/Business Office schedules classes, and handles registration, payments, transcript requests, and more. The Rome Student Services Office provides information about financial aid, admissions, academic advising, disability issues, and student activities.
The Plumley Science & Technology Complex
The Complex houses a full-service library, learning center, classrooms, laboratories, and administrative and student services offices. The building also features a 100-seat auditorium and community commons in the Atrium. There is a fitness center, café, carpentry and masonry laboratory, interactive television classroom, photography lab and much more.
The Rome Academic Building includes general purpose classrooms, specialized laboratories, faculty offices and the Bookstore. Hospitality and culinary students prepare for their futures in the building’s instructional kitchen, baking lab, and 100-seat restaurant-style dining room. The MVCC-Sage Tractor-Trailer driving program is also headquartered in the Rome Academic Building.
The Rome Campus offers a wide range of credit-bearing courses and non-credit workshops. Many of MVCC’s Associate degree programs are available in Rome in their entirety. The MVCC cultural series brings films, lectures, and performances to Rome campus audiences.