The College’s Cuddebackville campus is situated on 30 acres of private grounds in the picturesque mountains of New York’s Lower Hudson Valley. The facilities and the setting offer a harmonious blend of Chinese and Western cultures. A number of the buildings are virtual replicas of Tang Dynasty temples in terms of their design and architecture. Enhanced by a charming lake and traditional Chinese gardens, the grounds are reminiscent of a setting in which a scholar in ancient China might stroll, reflecting upon life and our role in the universe.

Meanwhile, the main instruction buildings are contemporary-style facilities that house the classrooms, language and computer laboratories, specially designed dance studios and music rooms, library, and faculty and administrative offices. Students also have access to a fully equipped theater, cafeteria, student lounge, and residential facilities.