In-Person Campus Tours
Admissions is pleased to offer in-person campus tours!
Tours are available at various times during the week.
Click the link below to schedule a tour.
How to find your way around campus:
1 – Academic I
2 – Academic II
3 – Student Union
4 – Library
5 – Fieldhouse
6 – Brucker Hall
7 – Cultural Arts Center
8 – Technology Center
RCC Main Campus
145 College Road, Suffern, NY 10901
Driving Directions to Suffern Campus:
Driving on: NY State Thruway
Directions: Leave at Exit 14B (Airmont). Turn on Airmont Road (right if coming from south and left if coming from north), which becomes Highview Road. Turn left at 4th stop-light, onto College Road. Follow College Road and turn left onto Campus at main entrance.
Driving on: Rte. 9W or Rte. 202
Directions: Take Route 202 West past the Palisades Interstate Parkway. Turn left at 3rd stop-light onto Route 306. Turn right at 3rd stop-light onto Viola Road. Turn left at next stop-light onto College Road. The Campus is the next right.
Driving on: Palisades Interstate Parkway
Directions: Leave at Exit 9 NY State Thruway West (toward Albany). Leave Thruway at Exit 14B (Airmont Road) and follow directions as described above.
Driving on: Garden State Parkway
Directions: Go west (toward Albany) on NY State Thruway. Leave at Exit 14B (Airmont Road) and follow directions described above.
Transport of Rockland (TOR) Bus System serves RCC’s main campus from all corners of Rockland County. Currently, TOR has five Bus Routes (59, 93, 94, 95, Loop 3) that stop at RCC each weekday with day and evening routes. TOR buses also provide transportation to the campus on Saturdays and Sundays.
All buses pick up and drop off at the front door of the Cultural Arts Center. RCC provides an outdoor and an indoor waiting area for your comfort. You can also find a bus schedule rack there.
RCC students can purchase a semester-long bus pass at Student Accounts (Technology Center, 1st Floor) for unlimited rides on Transport of Rockland (TOR).* The more you use the pass, the more you will save. The pass card can be purchased at Student Accounts, which can be paid through Financial Aid, Student Loans, cash or credit card.
*Bus pass is valid only during the semester it was purchased. One (1) bus pass per semester – No Replacement.
You can also buy Super Saver tickets at 10 rides for $11. A single-ride cash fare is $2, and cash transfers are an extra $1. Transfers are valid on TOR, Clarkstown MINI-TRANS, Spring Valley Jitney and Westchester Beeline buses. Several TOR routes from RCC also connect to downtown Suffern, where passengers can transfer to Shortline buses or New Jersey Transit trains at an extra cost. NJ Transit also offer a college student pass discount.
Contact Student Accounts for more information at 845-574-4417.
You can receive a message about buses from the Rockland County Department of Public Transportation via mobile text or email alert for Transport of Rockland (TOR) and TRIPS paratransit riders. The Transit Alerts program enables riders to sign-up to receive mobile texts and/or emails when holiday or other system-wide events affect bus service. This new option will help to get the word out to customers about planned service changes such as holiday schedules and detours, as well as service status information during inclement weather.
Commute Within Rockland
- Clarkstown Mini-Trans – Community transit bus service operated by the Town of Clarkstown.
- Coach USA/Rockland Coaches
- T.R.I.P.S. Paratransit – TRIPS provides curb-to-curb alternative service for people who are unable to use regular buses because of a disability. You must be a registered user to use TRIPS.
Commute To/From Rockland
- By Bus
- Coach USA – Rockland Coaches – Bus service to/from the Port Authority Bus Terminal and George Washington Bridge Bus Station in New York City, via several stops in Rockland County.
- Coach USA – Shortline – Bus service to/from New York City to Upstate NY points, colleges, Orange, Rockland, Sullivan, Bergen and Pike Counties, day tours to Woodbury Common Premium Outlets and more.
- Hudson Link – Bus service to/from Rockland and Westchester
- Monsey Trails – Bus service from Monsey and New Square to Brooklyn and Manhattan.
- NJ Transit Bus Service – Bus service within New Jersey
- Saddle River Trails/AmeriBus – Bus service to/from the George Washington Bridge traveling between Rockland County and several locations in Bergen County
- By Train
- By Ferry
- Haverstraw-Ossining Ferry – Ferry travels between Haverstraw, NY and Ossining, NY to connect with the Metro-North train to Grand Central Station.