The College recently opened the gates to a brand-new athletic facility that includes competitive playing surfaces for baseball, softball, tennis, lacrosse, soccer and track and field. The Golden Eagles have earned this magnificent facility by becoming one of the most successful programs in the Skyline Conference.
Business Technology Center
The cutting-edge Business Technology Center houses computer workshops, classrooms and faculty offices in a state-of-the-art, 33,000-square-foot facility. The building is part of our strong commitment to developing more computer-based learning throughout the curriculum.
Callahan Library, named in memory of S. Virginia Therese Callahan, the first vice president and dean of the Long Island Campus, opened in the fall of 1989. Its main purpose is to support the academic pursuits of all students and faculty through quality service and the timely acquisition of varied types of materials pertinent to the overall college curriculum. Current holdings include books, journals, videos, audiotapes, etc. A curriculum collection, relevant to teaching, is maintained and updated on a regular basis.
Patrons have access to the Internet and many online academic databases. Endeavor, a fully automated library system, ensures the efficient retrieval and management of all library resources. Recently the Callahan Library instituted an electronic reserve system across the two campuses to save you time and effort while preparing for your classes.
Clare Rose Playhouse
The Clare Rose Playhouse is a former cottage converted in 1985 through the generosity and guidance of the man for whom it is named. The playhouse serves as a major teaching facility for the College's drama and theater courses and is a training ground for young actors. Year-round, the stage is host for the production of children's theater, storytelling, theater for the deaf and an intimate forum for local playwrights and poets.
The playhouse is the site of community theater productions of musicals, dramas, comedies, cabaret acts, musical performances, dance troupes and comedians. See the list of upcoming events.
John A. Danzi Athletic Center
The 48,250-square-foot John A. Danzi Athletic Center includes a regulation NCAA basketball court, an elevated jogging/walking track and bleacher seating for 1,500 spectators, as well as a competitive swimming pool, aerobics/dance studio and a cardiovascular fitness center including Cybex strength equipment and free weights.
O’Connor Hall, named in honor of former president S. George Aquin O’Connor, houses the College’s modern computer and science laboratories, full-service cafeteria, auditorium, security offices, student lounges, conference rooms, administrative offices and classrooms, as well as the Long Island Campus Bookstore. O’Connor Hall is the site of most campus activities.
Office of Admissions
The Office of Admissions has two locations. The Freshman Admissions Office is located on the main campus at W315 on the third floor of O'Connor Hall, while the Transfer Admissions Office is located slightly off campus in a one-story building at 319 West Roe Boulevard.
Great River Complex
Several of the College’s administrative offices are located in this off-campus facility off Sunrise Highway in Great River. Offices include financial aid, registrar, bursar, School of Professional and Graduate Studies admissions and information technology services.
In 2011, the institutional advancement staff moved to a freshly renovated facility in Downtown Patchogue. The building is home to alumni relations, fundraising, public relations and print and digital communications and is located at 1 Terry Street in Patchogue.
Outdoor Field Complex
Completed in 2012, the Outdoor Field Complex is home to several of SJC's NCAA Division III athletic programs. Featuring venues for baseball, softball, tennis, lacrosse, soccer and track and field, the complex is located on the South Service Road of Sunrise Highway just east of the Long Island Campus.