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Automotive Trades - Facilities
Students work in facilities consisting of approximately 82,000 square feet of repair shops, classrooms, on-campus parts store, and study areas. The areas have the latest equipment.
The autobody collision shop contains late-model down-draft bakepaint booths, paint mixing room, framestraightening machines, uni-body bench, and a computerized estimating system.
Auto repair shops and classroom areas contain the latest equipment, including computerized front-end aligners, brake equipment, computerized engine analyzers, automatic transmission and engine machine shop equipment, computer specification and service information terminals in all shops.
Our heavy equipment: truck & diesel shops are equipped with: specialized fuel injection overhauling and test lab; engine rebuilding area of live units; multispeed transmission and rear axle repair area; engine tune-up area containing computer-operated late model diesel engines; handheld diagnostic scanners; and a computerized specifications and service information room.
Students take the motorsports courses and perform extensive hands-on work in a newly remodeled, newly equipped facility located in Alfred. First-year courses are taken in the freshman automotive building located at the School of Applied Technology campus in Wellsville.
John Garippa, the 2008 Educator of the Year (second from right), was recognized for his achievement at the North American Council of Automotive Teachers (NACAT) Conference.
Alfred State College students, as well as graduates, are ready to hit the ground running. Thomas Dayton, a first-semester student in the online automotive parts technology program, is Counterman magazine’s Counter Professional of the Year.