When you visit Old Westbury, you'll see why you couldn't ask for a better
location: Located on Long Island's historic North Shore, Old Westbury and its
604-acre campus offer a peaceful learning, living and recreational environment
- all just 20 miles from the excitement, culture and real-world educational
opportunities of New York City.
How to Find SUNY College at Old Westbury
BY CAR - 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 college 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.
BY TRAIN - The Long Island Railroad stops in Hicksville, less than 10 minutes
from campus. A campus shuttle runs during peak times during the academic year
and taxi service is available year-round.
BY BUS - The MTA route N-20, which travels from Main Street in Flushing, New
York, to the Hicksville railroad station, includes a stop at the College's
main entrance. A college shuttle bus meets MTA buses at the main gate during
the school year and registration hours, at certain times.