|President||David E. Rogers|
|Campus||150 acres (0.61 km2)|
|Colors||Green and White|
|Affiliations||State University of New York|
SUNY Morrisville (formerly Morrisville State College) is a public college with two locations in New York, one in Morrisville and one in Norwich. It is part of the State University of New York System. It offers 23 bachelor's degrees, 52 associate degrees, and three certificate programs, and is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools. The college is considered an Agriculture and Technology school. Programs of study include agriculture, animal science, equine, dairy, livestock, agriculture business, automotive, business, computing and information, design and engineering, brewing science, horticulture, environmental resources, aquatic science and aquaculture, renewable energy, equine, health and human performance, hospitality, and technology and society.
SUNY Morrisville is located in Central New York and is southeast of Syracuse by 32 miles. Located conveniently on U. S. Route 20 and in the town of Morrisville. SUNY Morrisville is also adjacent to the towns of Cazenovia (11.5 miles) to the west and Hamilton (8.4 miles) to the east.
SUNY Morrisville was one of the first campuses to hold a license to grow industrial hemp for grain and fiber research applications. This research program is being led by Agronomy professor Dr. Gilbert Jenkins and Morrisville students. While Industrial Hemp is very responsive to nitrogen inputs in terms on increased grain production, at the same time, fiber quality may decrease with high N inputs. We are looking to develop a grain yield response curve for nitrogen fertilization, test a variety of fertilization timing options, and sources of N fertilizer to maximize grain production. Fiber quantity and quality will be measured to determine if it is possible to harvest high quality fiber from a duel purpose crop, or whether nitrogen recommendations are divergent for fiber and grain production purposes.
Recently the college announced the creation of a cannabis industry minor. 
SUNY Morrisville Aquatic Science and Aquaculture Program houses a breeding colony of Hippocampus erectus, the lined seahorse and is currently working on experiments that address larval seahorse health and conservation of seahorses.
The New York State Senate awarded $4 million for the creation of the New York Center for Liquid Biofuels at Morrisville State College with a facility based in Cortland County. The grant for the center will help fund a biodiesel infrastructure in New York State through the construction of an oilseed crushing and biodiesel processing plant and extensive research in the use of biofuels and byproducts.
A fully automated, self-contained weather station has been in operation at Morrisville State College since 2002. The weather station collects weather data which is used in support of various college projects, including alternative energy projects.
The Morrisville campus includes over 50 buildings spread across an area adjacent to US 20. The campus is in Morrisville, located in Central New York, about 30 miles (48 km) from both Syracuse and Utica. Morrisville is a small town, however a bus on a major route arrives and departs campus twice each day. The campus is situated on 150 acres (0.61 km2) of land with more than 48 buildings, several athletic fields and 1,000 acres (4.0 km2) of college-managed farm and woodland.
This includes twelve residence halls, split into four different locations:
The academic buildings are spread out across the entire campus. They include:
The Morrisville Auxiliary Corporation is a non-profit corporation that provides dining and other services to the Morrisville campus and elsewhere including SUNY-ESF. As a separate corporation, it is not bound by the same rules that the State imposes on the SUNY schools themselves, namely it is not bound by the same level of openness that public institutions are required to maintain.
The Syracuse Educational Opportunity Center (SUNY Syracuse EOC) has been administered by Morrisville State College since 1973.
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