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 building is a contemporary-style facility that houses the classrooms, language and computer laboratories, specially designed dance studios and music rooms, faculty and administrative offices, student lounge, and residential facilities. Students also have nearby access to a library, fully-equipped theater, recreation center, convenience store, and cafeteria.