From the northeast/west take the NYS Thruway (I-90) to Albany and then south (I-87) to exit 18.
From the southwest take Route 17 east to Route 17K to NYS Thruway (I-87) north to to exit 18.
From Connecticut take I-84 west to exit 7S. Follow sign for NYS Thruway (I-87). Take Thruway north to exit 18.
From New Jersey take the Garden State Parkway to Route 17 (Exit 163). Proceed 14 miles to NYS Thruway north to exit 18. Alternate route: Via Route 287, go northwest on State Rt. 17 to New York. Take I-287 north to I-87. Go north on I-87 to exit 18.
From Mid Hudson Bridge turn right onto Route 9W north. Proceed 2 3/4 miles to traffic light at intersection with Route 299. Turn left onto 299 and proceed approximately six miles to New Paltz. Turn left onto South Manheim Boulevard (Rt. 32 South).
From Adirondack Trailways bus station, New Paltz, New York.
The Trailways bus station is located on the corner of Main Street and Prospect Street. From the parking lot, turn left onto Main Street. Go up hill to the traffic light (Rt. 32 & South Manheim Blvd.), turn right. Proceed 1/8 mile, campus is on your right. Trailways Bus System information (845) 255-6520.
From Stewart International Airport, New Windsor, New York,
Start out going Southwest on 1st Street toward Circulation. Turn right onto Circulation Dr which turns into Breuning Rd. Turn Left onto Rt. 207/Little Britain Rd. Turn Left onto Union Ave/Rt 300. Go approx. 2 Miles and merge onto I87N/New York State Thruway to Exit 18 and follow directions below.
Public Transportation from Stewart: Take the Newburgh-Beacon Link from Stewart to the Shortline Bus Station in Newburgh and from there take the bus to New Paltz.
From train station, Poughkeepsie, New York – Hudson Line:
Taxi cabs are available most hours from the train station. If driving from train station, go west on US 44 across the Mid-Hudson Bridge. Then follow directions above from Mid-Hudson Bridge.
Amtrak (800) 872-7245, Metro North (800) METRO-INFO.
*From Exit 18* turn left at the traffic light after toll booth. Turn left at the third traffic light onto South Manheim Boulevard (Rt. 32 South). Follow to South Side Loop and make right. Continue on South Side Loop following signage and campus map. http://www.newpaltz.edu/map/ for more information.
From Exit 18 – Alternative Route:
To avoid Main Street traffic in the Village of New Paltz, use the following directions from Exit 18. Turn left at the traffic light after toll booth. Turn left at first traffic light onto South Putt Corners Rd. Follow that road to the end. At the stop sign, turn right onto Rt. 32. After approximately one mile, make a left onto Southside Loop. Follow to end and make right. Follow signage for parking and http://www.newpaltz.edu/map/ for conference location information.
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Our meeting room capabilities range from a room for 15, to a lecture hall for 468. Also available are two theaters with seating for 250 to 700. The Campus Media Center and Instructional Media Services are available to help you with your audio-visual needs.
From the end of May to the beginning of August, our residence halls are available for conference participants. Each hall has a television lounge, main activity lounge, and laundry facilities. Two of our residence halls are specially equipped for the physically handicapped. Room requests should be made in writing by completing a Facility Use Forms – These forms should be typed, printed and faxed to the conference office at 257-3036.
Conference participants are invited to enjoy the campus’ recreation facilities at an additional cost. These include an indoor pool, jogging trails, an outdoor track, and more than two dozen excellent tennis courts.
Our catering department offers a large selection of menus to meet the needs of your group. Services range from coffee breaks, delivered to your meeting room, to formal banquets and receptions.
Let us make your conference a success!
The success of a conference often depends on the quality of the meeting environment and the comfort of its participants. SUNY New Paltz, with its academic setting, coupled with full service meeting facilities, provides conference groups with these most important elements for a successful conference.