Hilbert College... you've found a hidden treasure in Western New York!
The facts say we're a four-year, liberal arts college in the Catholic, Franciscan tradition located in suburban Hamburg, NY, just outside of Buffalo. But what makes us different is our size and style. With about 1,100 students, we're the right-sized environment for anyone looking to advance his or her career.
The feel at Hilbert is warm, friendly, and supportive. We want you to discover your unique interests and talents.Our caring faculty, staff and coaches will give you the individual attention you need to develop your talents and skills at your own pace.
Located 10 minutes from the bustle and nightlife of Buffalo, Hilbert's campus has new, apartment-style student residences, and modern academic, administrative and athletic facilities. McGrath Library provides the space and solitude you need with a professional staff and access to high-tech resources that put thousands of periodicals at your fingertips.
If you are looking for a college in western New York, Hilbert is a great option for both commuter and residential students.Our newest state of the art, residential facility, Trinity Hall, houses 153 students. In addition, we offer traditional and apartment style housing. For commuters, our campus is an easy drive from Buffalo, a few miles from Lake Erie and has easy access to the I-90. Students looking for a beautiful rural college campus near, but not "in", a big city, will discover that Hilbert is the best choice of the western New York colleges.
We invite you to look through our Web site or stop by for a visit. Hilbert's got the resources, spirit and support that makes careers take off. Hilbert also is one of the least expensive private colleges in New York and we offer the full compliment of college financial aid.
Please take our virtual tour and then come visit our campus. We would like to meet you!
- Last Day to withdraw from summer A1 without academic penalty
- Mar 10, 2014
- Spring Break - No Classes
- Mar 11, 2014
- Financial Aid Night
- Mar 11, 2014