Fall '21 Open House
Saturday, November 13
9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
SUNY Old Westbury's Open House provides prospective students with information and resources regarding their area of interest, an overview of our admissions process, and campus tours — but more importantly, it offers you a unique opportunity to connect with the people of our College. All who attend this in-person event must wear masks throughout their visit to campus. Additionally, attendance is being capped to ensure safe distancing so act quickly to secure your space!
Tours for students and their families are available. Tours are limited in size to protect the health and safety of our staff and guests. Be ready to follow state, county, and college guidelines related to COVID-19 when we welcome you to campus.
Per New York State’s COVID-19 regulations, there are strict guidelines in place for those visiting campus. All who visit must complete a health symptom screening upon entering. Walk-In visitors can have questions answered and receive information from staff in short durations only.
First-year and transfer Students
If you are considering enrolling in a college for the first time or transferring from another school, arrange an appointment with an admissions counselor to get details on the majors we offer, our requirements for admission, campus life and more.
There is plenty to learn about the 19 graduate programs we offer, not to mention the graduate certificates and micro-credentials you might choose to get your studies started. Schedule a virtual visit with a graduate admissions counselor to connect with the information you need to get started.
Campus Map & Location Information
There are 3 entrances to SUNY Old Westbury
For easiest access, use the Route 107 Main Entrance (Gate A): Use 99 Cedar Swamp Rd, Glen Head, NY 11545
NOTE: This is not the official address of SUNY Old Westbury
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 210, Old Westbury, NY 11568
Admissions: (516) 876-3200
General Information: (516) 876-3000
Take the Virtual Tour
Can't come to campus? Spend some time getting to know us through our online walking tour of campus.
Learn more about Nassau County and the Long Island region our campus calls home.