Everything You Want. Nothing You've Imagined. 

Visiting campus is the best way to explore all that Elmira College offers you.  Tour the facilities - including our state-of-the-art nursing simulation lab - hear a lecture by one of our expert faculty on subjects such as environmental science and sustainability, catch a Soaring Eagles athletics event, and talk with current students about their experience.

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Three students walk across campus

What to Expect During Your Visit

Grab your comfortable shoes because you will see almost every corner of Elmira’s beautiful, green campus. Elmira College Gold Keys will guide you, making sure to stop at all the important spots, including residence halls, dining facilities, and classrooms. You’ll see where students gather to study and hang out. During your visit, you’ll hear about life on campus and even a little bit of the College’s rich history. And if you’re interested in hearing or seeing something specific like the augmented reality sandbox in the environmental science center,  or our state-of-the-art Nursing facility, just ask!

The Elmira College Campus
Students talk in an archway in Meier Hall
Meier Hall among trees on the Elmira College campus

Do you want to learn more or have specific questions about Elmira College?

Fostering the relationships between prospective students and their families, College Counselors, and members of the College community is our top priority. We invite you to contact us any time to ask any questions you may have as we want to make the college search and selection processes as seamless as possible.


Take time to explore the region

Elmira College is located in the stunning Finger Lakes region, a short drive from Buffalo, Rochester, Philadelphia, and New York City. Be sure to schedule time to explore the region during your visit.

Students walk down stairs along a rocky path in the Finger Lakes area

The region offers opportunities for skiing, golfing, hiking, water sports, bike touring, museums, restaurants, and wineries. Favorite local destinations include Clemens Center for the Performing Arts, Corning Museum of Glass, hiking trails at Watkins Glen State Park, Seneca Lake Wine Trail, National Soaring Museum, and Tanglewood Nature Center.  And don’t forget to take time to visit the Mark Twain Study, located on EC’s campus, where the famous author penned some of his most iconic novels like The Adventures of Tom Sawyer.

To explore the region more, visit Mark Twain Country and Finger Lakes Wine Country for additional information.

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