|Endowment||$8 Million|
|President||Kenneth M. Macur|
|Athletics||15 Varsity Teams|
|Affiliations||NCAA Division III|
Medaille is structured similar to AMCC universities such as Penn State Erie and St. John Fisher College. The curriculum is patterned around Liberal Arts & Science foundations, which emphasize interdisciplinary coursework and private university standards. Within the past year, numerous faculty members have been awarded research grants through such organizations as the National Endowment for the Arts, National Science Foundation, and National Institutes of Health.
Medaille's main campus is located in Buffalo, New York, on a tree-lined urban setting at the intersection of New York State Route 198 and Parkside Avenue. The campus is within the Olmsted Crescent, a historic area of parkways and landscape designed by Frederick Law Olmsted.
Adjacent to Delaware Park and the Buffalo Zoological Gardens, the main campus is easily accessible by car, bus or Metro Rail. The College is served by the Humboldt-Hospital NFTA rapid transit station, and a circulator shuttle runs frequently between auxiliary parking at the zoo and campus. Medaille is close to the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, the Burchfield-Penney Art Center, the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library, the Buffalo Museum of Science, and the Buffalo History Museum.
In addition to the Buffalo campus, Medaille also has a branch campus in Rochester, NY. This campus offers undergraduate degrees for adult students in Business Administration, and graduate degrees in Business Administration and Organizational Leadership, as well as Mental Health Counseling.
Since the fall of 2001, Medaille has built two residence halls. The South Residence Hall offers double-occupancy rooms with bathrooms, free laundry facilities and computer stations. There are five floors located in the South Hall, but only Vet Tech students are permitted to live on the fifth floor. Student lounges overlook the campus and main building, as well as the Canisius and the Forest Lawn Cemetery. The North Residence Hall contains apartments for an overflow of resident students and is currently not in use.
Medaille College does not have any greek life.
|Conference||Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference|
|Athletic director||Amy M. DeKay|
|Location||Buffalo, New York|
|Basketball arena||Sullivan Center|
|Baseball stadium||McCarthy Park|
|Soccer stadium||All-High Stadium|
|Lacrosse stadium||All-High Stadium|
|Colors||Navy, Gold, and Light Blue|
The women's basketball team won the AMCC championships in 2005–06, 2006–07, 2007–08 and 2009–2010; the men's soccer team won the AMCC championships in 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2010. In 2010, The men's soccer team also reached the sweet 16, the furthest any Medaille Sports team has ever advanced; also, in 2010, The Medaille Men's Soccer undefeated streak in the AMCC of five years was snapped. On September 25, 2010, the Franciscan University Barons pulled off the biggest upset in history, winning the match 2-1, and the baseball team won the AMCC championship in 2007.
The women's basketball team made appearances in the NCAA tournament in 2005-06, 2006–07, 2007–08 and the men's soccer made appearances in 2005 and 2006.
The 2008-2009 men's basketball team reached the AMCC finals for the first time in 2009, the team won its first AMCC championship against Pitt-Bradford, four years after going 0-25. With the win the team earned an automatic bid to the NCAA Division III tournament. That run ended early with a first round 90-79 loss at the hands of John Carroll University. The 2011-2012 men's basketball team won the AMCC Tournament.
- Robby Takac – American musician (bass guitarist and vocalist); founding member of the Goo Goo Dolls
- Kendell McFayden – American professional soccer player with Kitsap Pumas and Rochester Rhinos
- Gary Boughton – American professional soccer player with F.C. New York & Rochester Lancers
- Adam Page – American paralympic (sled hockey)
- Richard Jacob, Professor of Psychology and Sport Studies (1995–present); former Head Coach in the American Basketball Association
- Ethan Paquin, Associate Professor of Humanities (2004–2010); Editor-In-Chief, Slope Editions