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Location and Resources
The 225-acre campus is located in central Nassau County and is easily reached from the Meadowbrook Parkway (Exits M3 and M4) or from entrances on Stewart Avenue and Hempstead Turnpike.

Students attend classes in modern classroom wings and in picturesque older buildings once used by the U.S. Army and Air Force. Students have access to the latest available equipment for teaching health sciences, engineering technologies, marketing and business, computer technology, liberal and fine arts, mathematics and sciences, and the performing arts.

Central to the campus is a plaza which connects a 12-story Administrative Tower containing many campus offices, including Admissions, Registrar, Bursar, Financial Aid and others; an extensive Library (described under “Learning Resources”); and a 192,000 square-foot Physical Education Complex, which is one of the finest in the Northeast, and includes swimming and diving pools, a gymnasium, a fieldhouse, saunas, and specialized rooms for wrestling, dance, gymnastics and indoor ball games.

The Social Sciences and Visual Arts Building (Building G), which opened in January 1997, is where 9,000-10,000 students attend class. The departments of Art, Criminal Justice, Economics, History/Geography/Political Science, Psychology and Sociology hold their classes in this space. The Social Sciences and Visual Arts Building has 37 classrooms and two state-of-the-art lecture halls.

In September 1997, the new 85,000 square-foot College Center (CCB) opened. The Center accommodates student activities, student government, the Faculty-Student Association, various student clubs, and conference facilities. The central meeting area is a multi-purpose room designed to accommodate banquets, theatrical productions, film and video, dances, and large meetings. Several study lounges and two conference rooms are located on the second and third floor, along with a dark- room and computer area for the student newspaper. Still planned for future construction are a Theatre and Performing Arts complex, and improved public spaces and walkways.

Information Services Center
The Information Services Center, located on the plaza level of the Administrative Tower, is open five days a week to answer questions about the College and to direct visitors and students. The Information Center can be reached by phone at 516.572.7501, TTY: 516.572.9882, or fax: 516.572.3557.

Smoking Prohibited
Nassau Community College has been designated a smoke-free facility the Nassau County Commissioner of Health. The College asks that no one smoke in any campus building, a request made to protect the health of smokers and nonsmokers alike.

Bus Service
Public transportation to the College is available. Route and schedule information may be obtained seven days a week by calling the Bus Information Center at 516.228.4000.

Public Safety Department
The Public Safety Department is located at the East end of the parking lot West 4B and is staffed 24-hours a day, 7 days a week. Public Safety provides foot and motor patrols of the campus around the clock and responds to emergency situations such as accidents, fires and medical emergencies, as well as reports of criminal activity.

Information regarding campus crime statistics as reported to the United States Department of Education will be provided upon request by contacting Public Safety at 516.572.7100, the Office of the Vice President for Academic/Student Services at 516.572.7600, or accessing this information directly at https://ope.ed.gov/campussafety.

We are committed to the safety and security of all members of the campus community. In an effort to make ourselves more available to the needs of the campus, bicycle patrols have been added.

Other services offered by Public Safety are:

• Issuance of College identification cards
• Issuance of faculty/staff parking permits
• Lost and Found Service
• Investigation of complaints, criminal activity and safety issues

You can contact Public Safety at:

  • Emergency: 516.572.7111
  • General Calls: 516.572.7100
  • Or pick up any of the emergency telephones located throughout campus for assistance.