All buildings on campus are accessible to individuals with disabilities.
Mawhinney Hall (M)
Offices and classrooms for Professional Communication, Criminal Justice, English, General Studies, Human Services and Teacher Education, Mathematics, Modern Languages and Social Sciences departments.
Coulter Library Building (C)
Academic Computing Center, College Library, Information Technology, International Student Services, Veterans Affairs, CSTEP.
J. Stanley Coyne Hall (JSC)
Office of Institutional Planning, Assessment & Research, Financial Services Office, Management Services Office, College for Living, Duplicating, Residence Life, Human Resources.
Ferrante Hall (F)
Storer Auditorium, Ann Felton Multicultural Center and Gallery, Career and Applied Learning (CAL) Center, Children's Learning Center; classrooms, laboratories, and offices for the Sciences and Health Professions departments; office, classrooms and studios for Art and Graphic Arts.
Gordon Student Center (G)
Student Central (Admissions, Center for Advising and First Year Students, Counseling Services, Financial Aid, Registrar and Testing Services), Student Accounts, Cafeteria, Learning Center, Disability Services Office, Student Life and Development, EOP, Great Room, Student Association, classrooms and offices for the Hospitality Management department.
John H. Mulroy Hall (R)
Lifelong Learning, Small Business Development Center (SBDC), Workforce Development, Extended Learning, Public Safety Training Center, Central New York Police Academy, OCC Foundation, Inc.
Allyn Hall (A)
Intercollegiate athletics, gymnasium, fitness center; classrooms and offices for Physical Education and Recreation Leadership department.
SRC Arena and Events Center (SRC)
Arena, Otis Suite, Arena Box Office; Arena management offices.
Service and Maintenance Building (S)
Central Receiving and Campus Facilities, Campus Safety and Security.
Whitney Applied Technology Center (W)
Academic Services administrative offices; Bookstore, classrooms for: Architecture, Automotive Technology, Business Administration, Computer Studies, Electrical Engineering Technology, Electronic Media Communications, Mechanical Technology, Photography; President's Suite, Whitney Atrium.
Academic II (P)
Classrooms and offices for the Music department, Performing Arts Center.