Our wooded, 604-acre campus is located in the heart of suburban Long Island, but just 22 miles from the vibrant center of New York City. Come learn more about our historic campus, modern facilities and prime location.
Schedule a Campus Tour
Walk the campus. See classes in action. Get a sense of our campus vibe. Tours for students and their families are available by appointment. Please see our schedule below.
Join Us for Open House
Attend Open House on Sunday, April 20, 2024. Meet faculty, explore scholarships, tour campus, speak with Admissions and Financial Aid counselors, learn about student clubs/organizations and more.
Transfer Services Appointments
Transfer counselors are available to assist through meetings in-person, via Zoom or on the phone.
Take the Virtual Tour
Can't come to campus? Want to get a sense of our community before you do visit? Spend some time getting to know us through our online walking tour of campus.
Campus Map & Location Information
For easiest access, search for the following:
- Using Google Maps & Waze: Search for SUNY Old Westbury Gate A
- Using Apple Maps: search for SUNY Old Westbury
Admissions: (516) 876-3200
General Information: (516) 876-3000
Directions to Campus
SUNY Old Westbury is located immediately north of the Long Island Expressway (Route 495, exit 41N) in the village of Old Westbury, N.Y., approximately 16 miles east of the New York City line.
The main entrance to the campus is located on the west side of Rte. 107 approximately one mile north of Jericho Turnpike
- From the Long Island Expressway (Route 495), east or west: Travel to exit 41 north, Route 106/107. Proceed north for 1½ miles to the campus entrance.
- From the Northern State Parkway, east or west: Travel to exit 35 North, Route 106/107. Proceed north for 1½ miles to the campus entrance.
All visitors should obtain a visitor parking pass at University Police Department. Vehicles without a pass are at risk of citation.
The NICE (Nassau Inter-County Express) bus route N-20, which travels from Main Street in Flushing, New York, to the Hicksville railroad station, includes a stop at the campus' main entrance. A campus-operated shuttle bus meets NICE buses at the main gate during the school year and registration hours, at certain times.
Find Us Via Google Maps
Learn more about Nassau County and the Long Island region our campus calls home.