Visit JCC's campuses & centers
Jamestown Community College offers programs and courses on our campuses in Jamestown and Olean, NY. JCC also offers courses at our centers in Dunkirk, NY and Warren, PA.
Jamestown Campus | Jamestown, NY
- 525 Falconer Street, P.O. Box 20 | Jamestown, NY 14702-0020
- 716.338.1000 or 1.800.388.8557
- Jamestown Campus interactive map
Cattaraugus County Campus | Olean, NY
- 260 North Union Street, P.O. Box 5901 | Olean, NY 14760-5901
- 716.376.7500 or 1.800.388.8557
- Cattaraugus County Campus interactive map
North County Center | Dunkirk, NY
- 10807 Bennett Road | Dunkirk, NY 14048
- North County Center interactive map
Warren Center | Warren, PA
- 589 Hospital Drive | Warren, PA 16365
- 716.338.1000 or 1.800.388.8557
Within the Ralph C. & Isabella M. Sheldon Center are programs related to the sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics and the arts, humanities, and health sciences divisions. It also houses physics and computer labs, music facilities, the management information systems and institutional research departments, Robert Lee Scharmann Theatre, Weeks Gallery, and Sarita Hopkins Weeks Reception Hall.
The Katharine Jackson Carnahan Center houses the criminal justice and public safety programs and computer labs, conference rooms, and training facilities.
Features of the John D. Hamilton Collegiate Center are the Student Union, Campus Bookstore, Counseling and Career Center, Global Learning office, Applied Learning office, cafeteria, health center, art studios, box office, campus life and residence life offices, and buildings and grounds department. The student records, admissions, financial aid, marketing, and business offices are also located in the building, as are offices for JCC’s administration and the JCC Foundation.
Hillside Suites, JCC’s three residence halls, are comprised of suites with four or five single bedrooms as well as suites that contain three single bedrooms and one double bedroom.
Hultquist Library Building houses the business and social sciences division, Learning Commons (library, learning center and accessibility services offices), student lounges, Help Desk, computer labs, conference rooms, distance learning facilities, Lenna Teleconference Theatre, and Workforce Development offices and classrooms.
The Manufacturing Technology Institute is a partnership of JCC and the Manufacturers Association of the Southern Tier. MTI provides services through hands-on manufacturing technical training as well as technology assistance. Mechanical technology, machine tool technology, and welding technology courses, as well as non-credit customized training programs, are taught in the facility. Workforce Development is also housed there.
The Physical Education Complex consists of a gymnasium, swimming and diving pools, racquetball court, running track, weight room, Life Fitness Center, and locker facilities. The gymnasium is also used for special spectator events, seating up to 2,000 people. JCC and the Roger Tory Peterson Institute of Natural History, which is located on Curtis Street, collaborate on providing educational and cultural opportunities.
The Science Center houses JCC’s biology, chemistry, environmental science, and geology programs. The facility features energy efficient and sustainable elements designed to highlight resource conservation, habitat restoration, and social responsibility.
Additional area facilities that are used for college programs include Russell E. Diethrick Jr. Park and College Park and Biological Station, commonly referred to as the 100-Acre Lot. Several municipal and private facilities, which include public schools, hospitals, nursing homes, and social service agencies, provide off-campus learning experiences for JCC students.
JCC’s Cattaraugus County Campus is situated in downtown Olean in the foothills of the Allegheny Mountains.
The Allied Health and Science Center includes nursing, biology, chemistry and physics labs and classrooms.
College Center includes the Student Union, Center Gallery, student lounge, community room, cafeteria, boardroom, and student veterans’ lounge. The Student Services Center (admissions, financial aid, registration, and business offices), Counseling and Career Center, campus life office, health center, and administrative offices are also located in the building.
The 190-seat theater Cutco Theater accommodates theatrical and musical performances, lectures, and training programs. The adjacent Magnano Reception Room is used for college and community events.
The Library and Liberal Arts Center houses the Cattaraugus County Campus Learning Commons (library, learning center, and accessibility services), faculty offices, classrooms, a student lounge, and Empire State College office.
The Technology Center houses the computer labs, classrooms, and study areas.
The Dresser-Rand Continuing Education Conference and Training Center is undergoing renovations.
The Manufacturing Technology Institute features classrooms, light duty and computer-aided design labs, and Workforce Development facilities.
The North County Center in Dunkirk, NY offers a full range of services which includes assistance in admissions, financial aid, and registration, and provides counseling and career services, accessibility support, tutoring, placement testing, computer labs, and cultural and recreation activities.
In addition to credit course offerings, the North County Center also offers non-credit courses in personal enrichment, professional development, skill upgrades, and business and industry customized training. These courses are held in the North County Training and Conference Center facility which also hosts many community programs and also houses the Small Business Development Center, which provides a range of managerial and technical assistance to area business owners.