Being a Panther means being part of an environment that mirrors our increasingly diverse world and where students are expected to be attentive to their experiences, reflect on what those experiences mean, and develop abilities to turn good judgement into purposeful action for the rest of their lives.
The real world meets the simulated one in the University's virtual reality lab.
Fall on campus is beautiful. Schedule your tour to see it for yourself.
Our classes will challenge you, but we think you'll enjoy it (more often than not!)
Food, glorious food! There is usually a snack waiting when our Clubs & Organizations get together.
The Panther Women's Basketball Team gets after it in preparation for Skyline Conference competition.
Enjoy coffee? Our campus offers both Starbucks and its own Panther Coffee products.
While our campus is large, getting from class to class isn't a time-consuming exercise thanks to the closeness of our academic buildings.
The Wallace Gallery welcomes visitors for special exhibits throughout the year.
Grab a lunch on the go -- or a late night snack -- from the Panther's Den in the Student Union.
Join other student leaders for planning discussions in the offices of the Center for Student Leadership & Involvement.
The fundamentals of painting are just one of the many artistic pursuits of our Visual Arts students.
Coach Tomlin, the winningest coach in Panther history, take practice seriously.
Food, drinks and laughing with friends are always on the menu in the dining hall.
Free time? Hit the Student Union for some down time.
Strike! Cheer on the Panther Softball Team every spring!
The NCAA Division III Panthers focus on being competitive -- in the classroom and on the field. Thirteen sports are available for the interested student athlete.
Living on Campus
Social and educational opportunities and the creation of strong bonds with your friends are at the heart of the SUNY Old Westbury residential life program.
Center for Student Leadership & Involvement
CSLI develops authentic engagement and leadership experiences that foster intrapersonal student development and greater sense of connectedness to the campus community. CSLI is home to student government, clubs, Greek Life, LGBTQ+ programs and more.
Diversity, Equity & Inclusion
Central to the Old Westbury experience are the values of diversity and social justice. Empowering all on campus with a greater understanding of the import, need, and activism around this work is critical to the success of our students.
Career Planning & Development
Launching you into the career you want is the focus of the Office of Career Planning & Development, whether that means helping you assess the right career path , searching for the perfect internship, or simply giving your resume a quick review.
Old Westbury provides support and engagement to its commuter students through programming, leadership opportunities, peer mentoring, and more. .
The Office of Counseling and Psychological Wellness Services supports and enhances the psychological health and wellbeing, personal growth and development of students.
Student Health Center
Open to all registered students, the Center promotes wellness through education, disease prevention, treatment and maintenance of healthy lifestyle practices
Student Success Center
The Student Success Center provides programs, services, and resources to support student academic and career success.
Every community has standards. The Office of Student Conduct helps you understand what ours are and is charged with holding you accountable for them.
Title IX Compliance, Procedures
Learn about our University's Title IX policies and procedures.
The Office of Student Affairs is led by the Vice President for Student Affairs and offers leadership for the functions that generally make up the non-instructional life of the campus.
The Panther Community Care Center (PCCC)
Our mission is to provide ethically sound and exceptional programs and services to the Panther Community/Family in a safe space that address their needs and concerns.