Situated on 132 pastoral acres that include spring-fed lakes and woodlands, the seminary is adjacent to the Knox Farm State Park in East Aurora, New York. Fifteen buildings - including residence halls, chapel, library, dining complex, a classroom building, administration building, auditorium, campus center, and gymnasium - are clustered amid landscaped open spaces and native woods.
The Seminary campus is located near the Village of East Aurora, a small distinctive community known for its cultural and historic features. The Seminary is within 30 minutes of the City of Buffalo, a major metropolitan area noted for its philharmonic orchestra, art galleries, historical and science museums, public and private institutions of higher education, medical and research facilities, theater district, banking center, ethnic heritages and professional sporting clubs.
The city is home to the NHL Buffalo Sabres and NFL Buffalo Bills. Ralph Wilson Stadium, the home of the Buffalo Bills, is but a 15-minute drive from the Seminary campus. Other professional sporting venues include Coca Cola Field, home of the Buffalo Bisons baseball team, and HSBC Arena. Venerable cultural institutions include the world renowned Albright-Knox Art Gallery and Kleinhans Music Hall. Buffalo's spirited renaissance, marked by exciting new waterfront developments and high-rise construction, complements a hertiage of historic architecture and scenic parks.
The Seminary campus is approximately 30 minutes from the Buffalo Niagara International Airport and is within convenient travel time to area ski resorts and recreational facilities.