ESF is a multiple campus institution that includes approximately 1 million square feet of facilities in 186 buildings on 25,000 acres of land. Facilities for education and research are provided on the main campus in Syracuse and at five regional campuses and three field stations.
With about 25,000 acres of remote campus lands in the Adirondacks and Central New York, and numerous research and study abroad locations worldwide, few colleges can match ESF's field research and study opportunities.
- ESF Campus Tour
- Around Your World
Find out where ESF has international research, global partnerships, and students studying abroad.
- ESF Campus Sustainability Tour
Explore the sustainable features across SUNY ESF's Syracuse Campus
Main Campus, Syracuse, NY
Main Campus Buildings
- Baker Laboratory
- Bray Hall
- Centennial Hall
- Gateway Center
- Illick Hall
- Jahn Laboratory
- Marshall Hall
- Moon Library
- Walters Hall
Regional Campuses & Field Stations
- Ranger School
James F. Dubuar Memorial Forest
- Cranberry Lake Biological Field Station
- NYS DEC Environmental Education Camp
Pack Demonstration Forest
- Heiberg Forest
- Lafayette Road Experiment Station
- Newcomb Campus
ESF in the Adirondacks
- Thousand Islands Biological Station
Syracuse University Campus
ESF's special partnership with Syracuse University gives our students access to additional academic and recreational facilities on the SU campus.