Macaulay Honors College Building

The Macaulay building on Manhattan’s Upper West Side is not only an example of Gothic Revival architecture, but also a fully modernized hub of Macaulay community activity. Students and alumni are welcome to work, study or hang out. Other CUNY students are welcome as guests. (All visitors are asked to present ID.)

The building is wheelchair accessible from the street via a ramp to the lower level. Please inform Public Safety at (212) 729-2901 and they will assist you. An elevator stops at every floor of the building and  accessible bathrooms are located on the Cellar (C) Level.

In addition, the facility is open for public events and may be rented for private functions.

While in the building, all students and guests must follow the Building Use Guidelines.

Lecture Hall

A handsome space for special presentations and banquets featuring versatile multimedia options and an adjacent terrace. Portable stage available for use.

Screening Room

Screening Room

An ideal location for a private screening and other media presentations featuring high definition projection and surround sound.

Performance Space

The cabaret and performance space is a black box theater with stage (20′ x 12′), banquette seating, and a long bar, contributing to the ambiance of a jazz club.

Macaulay Classroom

Classrooms

Designed as multi-use spaces, our smart classrooms include teleconferencing and multimedia capabilities.

Student Spaces

The Macaulay building is a fantastic place to study, meet other Macaulay students, attend club events, or just hang out. Check out all the great spaces available to students.

To reserve another space for a club or meeting please make a reservation through the Club Macaulay Website.

Private Events at the Macaulay Building

The fully renovated building offers a welcoming, convenient space for private functions, including:

  • Lecture Hall
  • Performance Space
  • Screening Room
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The Macaulay Building is closed until further notice. All classes, meetings, and appointments will take place remotely.