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.
Download a brochure about the MSW program at Rockland County (PDF)
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.