SUNY Cobleskill offers a wide range of classes for students. Each class size is different depending on your major. In the Graphic Design major, a large class is between 20-30 students, but in the Agricultural Business major a large class is between 80-90 students. This is one of the many reasons that I chose SUNY Cobleskill, because of its small class sizes. Even in the big lecture halls, the class doesn’t seem big at all.
On campus there are 8 dining options available to students (Prentice Dining Hall is closed for renovations and will reopen in Fall 2019). Warner and Farm Fresh cafe are located in the buildings where classes are held; which makes it perfect for students to grab food right before their class. The salads and sandwiches here are my favorite!
Champlin is the main dining hall on campus and offers a made-to-order station, buffet, pizza, Lemon Grass Cafe (gluten free option for students), sandwiches, and salad bar. The Pit is located right next to Champlain and is a new favorite for students. The Pit is a made-to-order hamburger place similar to Five Guys.
Twisted Whiskers is located in Bouck Hall and is near the basketball gym and workout room. It is a made-to-order sandwich and salad dining option for students. After 6pm on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday there is late night special where you can get nachos, mac-n-cheese, etc.
Brickyard Brewhouse is a popular place for students to grab coffee and study. In the lower level of Brickyard Brewhouse, there are TVs, meeting rooms, and weekly programs for students to use.
The Van Wagenen Library is available for students to use computers, check out books, DVDs, and camera equipment for classes. During finals, the hours are extended for students to use the library to study or work on group projects.
During the week, campus is busy with students going to classes, eating at the dining halls, and hanging out with friends. There is always something happening during the week for students to participate in.2018-02-06