Academic Facilities

Where knowledge flourishes.


A typical classroom at Ramapo provides a student/faculty ratio is 18-to-1 with an average class size of 23. Even more impressive is that the largest class here at Ramapo is about 35 students, even in your freshmen year! Experienced and dedicated faculty members are teachers and mentors who will be with you every step of the way as you prepare for a career or to attend graduate school. All incoming students are assigned an academic advisor for their first year, and then are assigned a faculty member in their major as their advisor for the next three years.

The Adler Center

The Adler Center for Nursing Excellence, created from a generous gift from philanthropists Mike and Elaine Adler, is one of the newest additions to the academic complex. Connecting to the G-Wing via a walkway, the Center houses Ramapo’s highly acclaimed undergraduate Nursing Program as well as our graduate Nursing and inaugural doctoral programs. The Center has state-of-the-art simulation labs with computer-simulated patients, physiology labs and a Nursing Skills Lab. Other features include modern computer labs and ample classroom space.

Academic Complex

The Academic Complex consists of modern classroom space, staff and faculty offices, and student-centered departments, including the Cahill Career Development Center, the Center for Student Involvement, the Civic and Community Engagement Center, the student-managed Ramapo News, and offices for the Black Student Union and the Student Government Association, among others. The unique feature: the A-E Wings, as they are called, are connected for easy and convenient access. Also housed within the Academic Complex are dining services, the Student Center and the Campus Bookstore.

Anisfield School of Business

The Anisfield School of Business offers seven undergraduate business programs as well as an accelerated MBA program. Built in 2007 thanks to a generous gift from Millicent and Richard Anisfield, the building houses state-of-the-art classrooms, faculty offices, computer labs, two lecture halls for guest speakers and our Global Financial Markets Trading Lab that gives students real-time access to the world’s financial data and state-of-the art trading systems. The school is also home to the Eastern Economic Association and the Roukema Center for International Education as well as the Study Abroad Office. Ramapo’s Study Abroad Program participates in over 400 programs in more than 60 countries throughout the year.

Natural and Social Sciences

The Natural and Social Sciences wing, aka G-Wing, is accessible via the hallways of the Academic Complex. It is a modern facility which is home to ample classroom space, state-of-the-art labs and faculty offices. The College’s accredited Social Work program is concentrated in the G-Wing and the close proximity to the Adler Nursing Center also makes for easy transition for students focusing on healthcare careers.