Fall 2021 Guidance/COVID-19 Information

Miller Building offices relocate due to construction

Miller Building offices relocate due to construction

06/29/2021 

SUNY Cortland will begin a renovation of the university’s main administrative building this summer that takes place through 2022.

The project will transform Miller Building’s second and third floors, which house several offices serving both students and employees. The work will provide the first complete upgrade to those two floors since Miller Building opened in 1967. When the project is completed, office locations will more closely align based on their services.

Many offices in the building also will relocate as a result of the construction.

Work on the second and third floors is expected to begin in July and the entire project should wrap up by the Fall 2022 semester.

The building’s fourth-floor offices including the President’s Office will move temporarily during the project’s demolition phase, which is scheduled to take place through November. The Admissions Office will remain open on the first floor.

The full list of relocated offices is included below. For questions related to relocation, contact Facilities Planning Design and Construction at 607-753-2214.

  • Associate Provost’s Office *
    New location: Old Main, Room 226
  • Business Office
    New location: Broadway House (29 Broadway Ave.)
  • Extended Learning Office
    New location: Cornish Hall, Room D116
  • Financial Aid Office
    New location: Old Main, Room 137
  • Human Resources Office
    New location: Cornish/Van Hoesen halls, mobile office building
  • Institutional Equity and Inclusion Office *
    New location: Moffett Center, Room 207E
  • Institutional Research and Analysis Office *
    New location: Old Main, Room 226
  • Payroll Office
    New location: Van Hoesen Hall, Room C13
  • President’s Office *
    New location: Memorial Library, Room B304
  • Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Office *
    New location: Old Main, Room 217
  • Research and Sponsored Programs Office
    New location: Van Hoesen Hall, Room C101
  • Special Events for the President
    New location: Van Hoesen Hall, Room C101
  • Student Registration and Record Services
    New location: Brockway Hall Jacobus Lounge
  • Student Accounts Office
    New location: Brockway Hall Jacobus Lounge
  • Title IX Office *
    New location: Moffett Center, Room 207D
  • Vice President for Finance and Management Office *
    New location: Whitaker Hall, Room 213

* Scheduled to return to Miller Building for Spring 2022 semester.

Note: The Admissions Office remains open on the first floor of the Miller Building.


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