NYU Silver’s Rockland Campus at St. Thomas Aquinas College, set on a 47-acre campus in the scenic Hudson River Valley, offers the opportunity to study in a suburban setting. The campus is just three miles south of the Tappan Zee Bridge; 10 miles north of Fort Lee, New Jersey; and one-half mile from the Palisades Interstate Parkway, making it easily accessible to northern New Jersey; Orange, Rockland, Ulster, and Westchester Counties in New York; and Connecticut. Average class size is 15 to 20, and students have a wide range of field learning options in local communities. At our Rockland County campus, you may complete the following MSW options: two-year program, 16-month program, advanced standing program, extended one-year residence (OYR) program, and the extended program. Summer start available for all programs at the Rockland County campus.
The campus is located at 125 Route 340, Sparkill, New York.
From New York City via the George Washington Bridge: Bear right crossing the bridge and follow signs to Palisades Interstate Parkway. Travel on the parkway to Exit 5 (Sparkill-Route 303 North). Bear right coming off the ramp and travel north on Route 303 to the first traffic light. Turn right on Route 340. The college is about one-half mile on the left.
From Westchester or Connecticut via the Tappan Zee Bridge: Travel on the New York Thruway to Exit 12. Bear right coming off the ramp and travel south on Route 303 about 4 miles to Route 340. Turn left on Route 340. The college is about one-half mile on the left.
From Bergen County: Follow directions as above via the Palisades Interstate Parkway or take Livingston Street from Northvale, which changes to Route 303, and follow as above.