Amherst is a large town in Erie County, Newyork located in the northern part of the county situated next to a small section of the Erie Canal. According to the most recent U.S. census, Amherst has a total estimated population of 122,400. It is considered a suburb of Buffalo New York, the second most populous city in the state, and encompasses the hamlets of Getzville, Eggertsville, Swormville, and Snyder, as well as a majority of the Village of Williamsville.
Amherst is a great place to live and work. Amherst was ranked 42nd in CNNMoney.com’s list of “Top 100 Best Places to Live in America” and has a strong job market and economy. Amherst also has a well developed education systems for youth and adults looking to learn and grow.
There are four accredited higher education institutions in the Amherst. These include Daemon College, the North Campus of the University of Buffalo (which houses all the University programs with exception of medicine, dentistry, nursing, architecture, and planning), and one of three campuses for Erie Community College. In addition, Canisius College and Medaille College have satellite locations in Amherst. Bryant & Stratton College, a two-year accredited career school, is also located in Amherst.
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4380 Main Street
Amherst, NY 14226-3592
main phone: (716) 839-3600
admission phone: (800) 462-7652
admission fax: (716) 839-8229
Daemen College has a total enrollment of 2,600+ students and provides Bachelor’s, Master’s and Doctoral degrees and higher education programs.
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