The Library Resource Center, located on each of our three campuses, is an information center providing students with access to a broad range of material and services to improve learning. The goal of the LRCs and their professional staff is to assist students in attaining their educational goals and in developing research skills.
Across the three campuses, approximately 150,000 volumes and 700 periodical subscriptions are integrated with more than 16,000 videocassettes, slides, computer disks, CD-ROMs, and other audiovisual items accompanied by a variety of equipment and computers to facilitate the learning process. An online public access catalog contains the book and audiovisual holdings of the three campus libraries. The library home page provides access to SUNYConnect databases and the World Wide Web.
Visit our website for locations and hours at https://www.ecc.edu/library/.
The SUNY Erie Community College Athletic Center offers membership with select-time access to our world-class facility for sports, recreation, and fitness. You will enjoy the benefits of using our Olympic-sized pool, warm-up pool, three-court gymnasium, weight room, cardio room and indoor running track.
SUNY Erie Community College Athletic Center memberships are open to individuals, groups, and businesses. Corporate membership enables area businesses to provide staff with valuable employment benefits: fitness and fun. Memberships can be obtained for one month, three month, one year, and family.
For more information, please visit our Fitness Membership Website or call SUNY Erie Athletic Department at (716) 851-1214.
The Department of Motor Vehicles has a satellite office located on SUNY Erie's South Campus at 4041 Southwestern Blvd. in Orchard Park. The entrance to the office is located on west side of building 7.
Office hours are Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information, call (716) 858-7450 or visit their website at http://dmv.ny.gov/.
The Student Access Center is a National Voter Registration Act (NVRA) voter registration site. The center's staff at SUNY Erie are able to assist students with disabilities to register to vote. For contact information, please visit the Student Access Center.
SUNY Erie has collection boxes on each of its campuses for the safe disposal of needles and syringes, as well as prescription medications, including patches and ointments, over-the-counter drugs, vitamins, drug samples and medications for pets. You can find the collection boxes at the following locations: