Dominican College is located in Rockland County, seventeen miles north of New York City and approximately three miles north of Bergen County, New Jersey. This convenient suburban location offers easy access to the outstanding cultural and educational resources of New York City.
Fifteen buildings make up the present facilities of the College:
Cooke Hall is the Administration Building. Offices of the President, Chancellor, Chief Fiscal Officer, Controller, and Vice President for Enrollment Management are located in this facility, together with the Business, Financial Aid, Human Resources, Registrar, and Institutional Research offices.
Casey Hall, a classroom building, houses the offices of the Academic Dean and the offices for Divisional Faculty in the various disciplines of Arts and Sciences, Business Administration, Social Sciences, and Teacher Education. Computer laboratories, the Weekend College and Accelerated Evening Program offices, the main campus security and facilities offices, and a variety of student services are also located here. The main mailroom of the college is located on the first floor.
DePorres House is located on Western Highway in Orangeburg. Offices of the Dir-ector of Admissions and staff are housed here.
Doyle House is located on Convent Road. It houses Admissions personnel for graduate, transfer and adult student admissions.
Forkel Hall contains classrooms, a student publications room, the Personal Counseling Services office, and offices for certain Athletic Department staff.
Granito Center, the College's main dining facility, also includes the student bookstore, campus health services, and conference/communication areas.
Guzman Hall is the College's newest residence hall, completed in August 2007, with four-bedroom, two-bath suites and two-bedroom, one-bath suites. The building has study lounges on each floor, a media room, a complete workout facility and a conference/media room.
Hennessy Center for Student Life, a 25,000 square-foot facility, includes a 1,000-seat gymnasium, a suspended track, a physical fitness center, a training room, the athletic department offices, and a multi-purpose room for student activities.
Hertel Hall is a residence hall with computer-equipped study lounges, counseling offices, and computer/cable-ready accommodations for 250 students.
Siena House is the new home, as of 2007, of the offices of the Vice President for Institutional Advancement (Fundraising services, Marketing, Alumni, Public Relations, Special Events).
Rosary Hall is a residence hall with computer/cable-ready accommodations for 165 students. The first floor accommodates the offices of the Dean of Students, Director of Residence Life, Campus Chaplain, Learning Resources Center, Coordinator of Special Services, Director of Student Activities, and Career Services.
Veritas Hall is located on Western Highway. It houses the administrative offices of Marketing and Communications.
St. Catharine's Annex contains classrooms, administrative offices, and a gymnasium that is used for intramural sports and other student events.
The Sullivan College Library, in Rosary Hall, provides approximately 90,000 volumes and 450 periodical titles with 24,000 full-text journals online. The collection includes reference sources, print indexes, online data bases, and other bibliographic aids. The catalogue/ circulation system is accessible via the internet. The Library is open:
Mon.-Thurs. 8:00 am 10:00 pm
Fri. 8:00 am 7:00 pm
Sat.-Sun. 12:00 am 7:00 pm
Additional hours are available on certain weekends.
The Prusmack Center for Health and Science Education is a classroom building that also houses the office of the Coordinator of Graduate Studies and offices of the faculty in the Allied Health Division, Nursing Division, and the Science and Mathematics programs of the Arts and Sciences Division. It contains special program-related laboratories, a large lecture hall, and two computer facilities.