Alternative Fuels Building

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SUNY Morrisville is investing in new and renovated experiential learning facilities, including a new $16 million Alternative Fuels Building. This new 30,000-square-foot applied learning technology building will serve as the home to our Renewable Energy and Diesel Technology programs and will include state-of-the-art wind, solar, hydro, geothermal and bio-fuels labs, a diesel technology garage and lab space capable of servicing heavy construction and agricultural equipment, as well as long haul tractor and trailer assemblies.


Student driving a tractor

Technically unmatched in any field.

The farm equipment industry serves commercial farming equipment from tractors to backhoes and bulldozers. It also supports industries that supply everything from riding lawn mowers and garden tractors to chainsaws and related gardening equipment.

When you graduate from our agricultural…

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Mechanize your options.

If you are mechanically inclined, SUNY Morrisville offers three paths to a career in agricultural mechanics that allow you to choose from several great minor options.

If you’re planning to return to the farm or to work in another agricultural business after two years of study, our Associate in Occupational…

Students working on a tractor

Fuel your passion.

SUNY Morrisville offers two programs in diesel technology that combine hands-on learning with industry-standard technology.

Our Associate in Applied Science (A.A.S.) degree program in diesel equipment technology trains you to start your career as a technician and move into management, while also preparing you…

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Harness the unlimited power of your potential.

Renewable energy isn’t just smart; it’s an industry that has a great need for skilled professionals in grid-tied solar photovoltaic, solar thermal, geothermal, small wind, micro hydroelectricity, liquid biofuels, biomass combustion and other bioenergy systems.

The hands-on nature of…