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Orange County Community College
Vinnie Cazzetta
Vice President of Institutional Advancement
867 Pulaski Highway
Goshen New York 10924
START-UP NY School
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Mid-Hudson
(845) 341-4726
Orange Community College designated 29,500 square feet of vacant space more than one mile from campus. The college will target businesses in information technology, biotech, biomedical, and advanced manufacturing.
Purchase College
Elizabeth Robertson
Assistant to the President
735 Anderson Hill Rd
Purchase New York 10577
START-UP NY School
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Cleantech and Renewable Energy
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Mid-Hudson
(914) 251-6039
SUNY Purchase College has designated 97 square feet of vacant on-campus space in the administration building located in the City of Purchase. The school will target business partners whose focus and interests may be in the following areas: data visualization or application; digital imaging, design and animation; film, music and new media production, post production and application; non-profit research, analysis, modeling, networking and development; biotechnology, green technology, clean energy, and land use planning,; and urban design, economic, and community development.
Rochester Institute of Technology
Dr. Ryne P. Raffaelle
Vice President for Research and Associate Provost
1 Lomb Memorial Dr
Rochester New York 14623
START-UP NY School
  • Cleantech and Renewable Energy
  • Optics and Imaging
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Finger Lakes
(585) 475-2055
Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) has designated 61,911 square feet of space in two buildings on campus that includes space at the Venture Creations Incubator and 11,000 square feet at the Metropolitan Building. RIT will seek to establish partnerships through the START-UP NY program with high-tech, high-growth potential and job-generating companies that align with RIT’s academic, research and economic development priorities, including high-tech, sustainability and green technology, sustainable manufacturing, game design and development, film and animation, software development, information technology, cybersecurity, aerospace and imaging.
Rockland Community College
Tom Della Torre
Associate Vice President for Academic & Community Partnerships
145 College Rd
Suffern New York 10901
START-UP NY School
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Cleantech and Renewable Energy
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Mid-Hudson
(845) 574-4465
Rockland Community College designated 175,500 s/f of off-campus space at the IRG Campus in Pearl River, 8.14 acres of land on campus in Suffern and 6,943 square feet of vacant space on the campus extension centers in Haverstraw and Nyack. The college will target businesses in manufacturing, biotechnology, publishing, audiovisual, graphics design, green energy and recycling, software development, informational technology, analytical testing in environmental engineering and biomedical research.
Schenectady County Community College
Sara Wilson-Sparrow
Coordinator for Workforce Development
201 State Street
Kindl Building – 2nd floor
Schenectady New York 12305
START-UP NY School
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Cleantech and Renewable Energy
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Capital
(518) 595-1101 x6
Schenectady County Community College has designated 6,311 square feet of vacant space on campus and 60,455 square feet of off-campus space. The college will target businesses involved with nanoscale materials, semi-conductors, alternative energy, supply chain distribution or warehousing, aviation science/air traffic control, computer science/information systems, computer networking and cyber-security, casino and gaming technology/surveillance, fire protection technology, marketing, management and sales, manufacturing of craft beer or spirit distillation, biotechnology and manufacturing/mechatronics.
Stony Brook University
Rabia Iqbal
100 Nicolls Road
Stony Brook New York 11790
START-UP NY School
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Other
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Long Island
(631) 216-7122
Stony Brook University has designated 172,500 square feet of building space and 240 acres on campus, including space at the Stony Brook University R&D Park in Brookhaven and Smithtown, the Stony Brook Calverton Incubator Campus, the Southampton Campus and the Stony Brook Medicine Campus. The school is targeting companies in biotechnology, wireless and information technology, advanced materials, smart grid information technologies, electronics, engineering and remanufacturing technologies, film post-production and process technologies, as well as food processing, testing and analysis.
Suffolk County Community College
Drew Biondo
Director of Communications
533 College Road
Selden New York 11784
START-UP NY School
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Long Island
(631) 451-4776
Suffolk County Community College has designated 81.88 acres of vacant land on campus in the Town of Brookhaven; the Town of Babylon and the Town of Brentwood through affiliation agreements. Suffolk County Community College will target businesses in the following industries: cyber and homeland security, wireless and information technology, manufacturing technology, software development, engineering and remanufacturing, biotechnology, electronics, and process technologies.
Sullivan County Community College
Jay Quaintance
Officer In Charge
112 College Rd
Loch Sheldrake New York 12759
START-UP NY School
  • Advanced Materials and Manufacturing
  • Agribusiness
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Craft Beverage
  • Cleantech and Renewable Energy
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Mid-Hudson
(845) 434-5750 x4261
Sullivan County Community College (SCCC) is designating 496 square feet of vacant campus space and 18 acres of vacant campus land. They are also designating 18,000 square feet of off-campus vacant space and 2.2 acres of off campus land, for a total of 18,496 square feet and 20.2 acres. SCCC will target high tech companies, green technology manufacturers, food and beverage manufacturers/packagers, renewable energy technologies manufacturers, software development companies, and companies prototyping manufacturing processes.
SUNY Brockport
Beau Willis
Vice President for Administration & Finance
350 New Campus Dr
Brockport New York 14420
START-UP NY School
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • Cleantech and Renewable Energy
  • Tech and Electronics
  • Finger Lakes
(585) 395-2129
SUNY Brockport has designated 22,934 square feet of vacant space and 86 acres of vacant land on campus property located in the City of Rochester and the school’s west campus in the Town of Sweden (Monroe County). The college has also designated 12,955 square feet of vacant space off campus in the Village of Brockport and 1.12 acres of vacant land off campus in the Town of Sweden. The college will target businesses in light manufacturing; mobile, wireless and personal area networks and related technology; digital media; energy innovation/green technology; public health and human services; biotech; environmental monitoring/watershed management/remediation; aquaculture, education and analytical chemistry.
SUNY Canton
Lenore VanderZee
Executive Director for University Relations
34 Cornell Dr
Canton New York 13617
START-UP NY School
  • Biotech and Life Sciences
  • North Country
(315) 386-7109
SUNY Canton is proposing to designate 1,365 square feet of vacant space and 31.08 acres of vacant land on campus in Canton. The college will target research and development businesses focused on manufacturing of alternative/renewable energy systems, safety systems for vehicles, biomedical products, technologies for law enforcement, and sports safety/performance. In addition, SUNY Canton will target firms in construction management technologies, data storage and analytics, agricultural processing and software development.

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