About Sullivan

Welcome to Sullivan County Community College (SUNY Sullivan), a small two-year community college that’s a part of the State University of New York system. We’re committed to helping you prepare for the future whether you’re getting your first job, transferring to a four-year college or university or enhancing your personal and professional skills.

Our Mission

SUNY Sullivan provides programs and resources that educate, inspire, and empower students and the broader community. Through excellence in teaching and learning, we prepare students for a diverse and interconnected world, and we support positive economic and social change within Sullivan County and beyond. We model sustainable actions and promote socially, environmentally, and economically responsible citizenship through an overarching culture of excellence.

Our Campus

Our rural, 405-acre campus is nestled in the scenic Catskill Mountains less than two hours from New York City and Albany. It features a series of nine interconnected buildings plus the Paul Gerry Fieldhouse. Our campus buildings, including the Seelig Theatre located in the center of the complex, were designed by architectural firm Edward Durell Stone & Associates. Edward Stone was famous for his work on the Museum of Modern Art and Radio City Music Hall in New York City, as well as the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C., among other public buildings and spaces. The Lazarus I. Levine Residence Hall and the EcoGreen Townhouses, both located just steps from campus, provide housing for nearly 400 students.

Athletics

Sullivan fields 12 intercollegiate sports teams including: In addition to competitive sports teams, the college offers a variety of intramural sports programs and fitness & wellness classes.

Paul Gerry Fieldhouse

The athletics department is located in the Paul Gerry Fieldhouse, a 30,000-square-foot facility featuring a fitness center, cardio room, indoor running track and basketball, volleyball, tennis, badminton and racquetball courts. The building had a major face lift in the summer of 2007, receiving a new state-of-the-art floor, lighting system upgrade and interior paint job. In 2008 it was connected to the college's geothermal heating and cooling system, making it the largest enclosed air-conditioned facility in the area. In addition to college sporting events, the fieldhouse serves as a popular venue for community events and gatherings. Other athletic facilities on campus include an outdoor, recreation-size pool as well as baseball and soccer fields.