Strategically located in the state capital of New York, the University at Albany is an internationally recognized public research institution that brings "The World Within Reach" to more than 17,300 graduate and undergraduate students, and more than 4,000 employees. The varied perspectives and life experiences of a student body and faculty that represent more than 100 nations provide a diversity that enriches learning at UAlbany.
The Capital Region, including Albany, Schenectady, and Troy, has a population of more than 840,000.
- Downtown Albany is home to the State Museum, the State Library, The Empire State Plaza, and numerous government buildings, including the State Capitol.
- The region offers recreation, shopping, and nightlife, and is home to The Times Union Center, a 17,500 seat arena.
- The city of Albany is only 150 miles from New York City, 175 mile from Boston, and 225 miles from Montreal. Even closer to Albany are the Berkshires, Catskills, and Adirondacks.
For more information about living in Albany, visit http://www.albany.org.
The University at Albany is committed to providing equal education and employment opportunities to all persons and is committed to all persons having equal access to its programs, facilities and employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, parental status, age, disability, genetics, public assistance status, veteran status, domestic partner status, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation and all other protected groups and classes under Federal and State Laws.
In addition to competitive salaries and benefits, UAlbany offers its employees access to University athletic facilities, Libraries, Performing Arts Center, Art Museum, free computer training, free bus services, and other employee programs, resources, and services.