Map and Locations
 
 
 
 
 
 

Main Campus
80 Vandenburgh Avenue, Troy, NY

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Hudson Valley’s 120-acre campus is the site of 21 buildings, with more than 100 classrooms, studios and labs. Highlights include the 100,000+ volume library with one of the largest media collections in the region, the 126,000-square-foot McDonough Sports Complex, housing a multi-purpose field house and ice rink; and the Bulmer Telecommunications Center, with electronic classrooms, multi-media classrooms, multi-media studios and distance learning facilities.

400 Jordan Road
Rensselaer Technology Park

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The offices at 400 Jordan Road, located in the Rensselaer Technology Park, house the Cardiorespiratory and Emergency Medicine and EMT-Paramedic academic programs. Also at this location are the Workforce Development Institute offices and classrooms, including those for its grant- and contract-programs: the Center for Energy Efficiency and Building Science; Community-Based Job Training; and the RealJobsNY Program. Alumni Affairs, The Foundation and the Next Step Program also can be found at this location.

Albany Extension Center
175 Central Avenue, Albany, NY

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College-level courses for credit are offered during the day and evening at the Albany Extension Center. The college’s Workforce Development Institute also offers business and career training at this location.

Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Programs Training Lab (Pressure House)
68 Morrison Avenue, Troy, NY

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This uniquely constructed residential structure serves as a state-of-the-art pressure diagnostics training and testing facility for those in the building sciences and energy fields.

TEC-SMART
NYSERDA's Saratoga Technology + Energy Park® (STEP®)
345 Hermes Road, Malta, NY
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Travel Tip: Dunning St/NY-67E is exit 12 off I-87
Hudson Valley Community College ’s newest facility, TEC-SMART (Training and Education Center for Semiconductor Manufacturing and Alternative and Renewable Technologies), opened in January 2010. There are more than a dozen state-of-the-art classrooms and laboratories that will be used to train the workforce in green technologies, including semiconductor manufacturing, photovoltaic, home energy efficiency, geothermal, alternative fuels and wind energy.

Other Off-Campus Learning Locations
The Office of Continuing Education and Summer Sessions offers courses at locations throughout the Capital Region.


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Campus Tours
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