SUNY Adirondack is a community college serving Warren, Washington and northern Saratoga counties in New York State. Founded in 1961 as Adirondack Community College (ACC), it offers over 30 academic programs.HistoryThis school was founded in 1961 as Adirondack Community College. In 1983, the Adirondack Community College Foundation was established to provide student scholarships. Four year degrees and master's degree programs became available with the opening of the SUNY at Plattsburgh Queensbury Branch on the SUNY Adirondack campus. It adopted its present name on March 1, 2010.The campusOffice and service buildingsWarren Hall houses the business office, the financial aid office, payroll, office of the registrar, Barbara Green, the Interim Dean of Student affairs, the admissions office, and the office of accessibility services which provides assistance to students with disabilitiesStudent Center houses the school bookstore, a cafeteria, a student lounge with big-screen TV, a pool table, and a number of couches, chairs, and tables for students to relax or sleep. It also houses the Student Activities office, which is home to the SUNY Adirondack Student Senate.Classroom buildingsEisenhart Hall is the oldest classroom building on campus. A major renovation was completed in April 2006, including a new geothermal heating system, as it previously was poorly climate controlled, and now also houses a SUNY Plattsburgh lecture hall. This building teaches primarily social science classes: psychology, sociology, history, and political science, though other classes are taught here as well.