DRIVING FORCE December, 2008. "Since its beginning in 1933, the Morrisville State College Auto Mechanic Program has helped to meet the needs of a growing market of production vehicles and the interest of students to become involved in this industry. Located in central New York, the school has strived throughout its history to be on the leading edge of technology and innovation. In the early years, students went on field trips to local auto shows in Oneida and Syracuse and the International Diesel Plant in Auburn, New York. The curriculum then, much like it is now, included a considerable amount of work on state vehicles, as well as cars owned by the students and faculty. With the addition of new faculty in 1946, the Automotive Technical Society was formed, which was one of Morrisville's first clubs. The group met regularly to attend lectures, movies and demonstrations. The new club also encouraged continued membership by alumni, supported higher scholarship standards and made yearly tours of Detroit's automotive factories."
Computer & Information Technologies (CIT) Department at Morrisville State College offers many degree options at both the baccalaureate and associate levels. The CIT Department is housed in the School of Business, which is accredited by the Association of Collegiate Business Schools and Programs (ACBSP).