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Alumni Council

Make a Gift, give to Alfred StateAlfred State oversees the activities of the Alumni Council. There are 12 Council members; each serves a three-year term. Council members work with the college to support alumni events, annual giving, alumni scholarships, student recruitment, and grants to faculty and staff. The Council also encourages alumni to visit campus during the year and to participate in Alfred State events held throughout the country. All meetings are open to Alfred State alumni. If you would like to be a part of this team, please contact us.

Contact Us

Colleen Argentieri
Director of Alumni Relations and Development Officer
Phone: 607-587-3932
Email: alumni@alfredstate.edu


Alumni Council Members

Wren KeberWren Keber,Vice Chair
Class of 2006 - Information Technology: Web Development
Chair - Young Alumni Committee
Term to 2017
Committees: Friend/Fund Raising

Bob LivingstonBob Livingston
Class of 1956 - Engines Tech
Board Member since 2007
Term to 2017
Retired National Advertising Manager Carrier Corp.
Committees: Friend/Fund Raising
Membership Clubs/Groups at Alfred State: Statonian, choir member, Diesel Club, Alfred University Outing Club
Continued Education: Columbia College, MO - BS Business Administration major in Marketing
Other board positions held: Past President in 2002

James Locker
Class of 1966 - Business Administration
Term to 2016

Michael MurrayMichael Murray, Chair
Class of 1978 - Retail Business
Term to 2017
Special Events Operations Manager, ACES, Alfred State
Committee: Co-chair - Friend/Fund Raising, Events.

Roxana SammonsRoxana Sammons
Class of 2008 - Liberal Arts & Sciences: Math & Science
Secretary II, Office of Institutional Advancement, Alfred State
Committees: Events
Term to 2017

Teresa SextonTeresa Sexton
Class of 1987 - Executive Secretarial Science
Assistant to the Vice President, Office of the Vice President of Administration and Finance, SUNY Geneseo
Term to 2017

Daniel WaldorfDaniel Waldorf
Class of 1991 - Computer Information Technology
Field engineer with Xerox
Term to 2017

JoAnne WhiteJoAnne White
Class of 1994 - Secretarial Science, Word Processing
Term to 2017
Secretary, Residential Life, Alfred State
Committees: Co-chair- Events


Alumni Admission Recruitment

Make a Gift, give to Alfred StateContinue the Tradition...

Perpetuate your Alfred State educational tradition; recommend a college-age relative or friend to Alfred State.

We encourage you to advocate on behalf of Alfred State to your college-age relatives and friends and encourage them to consider Alfred State as their college choice. Pass along your copy of "Transitions," invite them to join you on campus, or refer them to the Admissions Office. This is your opportunity to continue an Alfred State tradition. Please submit the Alumni Admissions Recruitment Form and continue to be a part of your alma mater.


Alumni Chapters

Make a Gift, give to Alfred StateThe Alumni Council encourages the development of alumni chapters in regions where a high population of alumni reside to enhance stronger relationships between former students, currently enrolled students, and the college. Alumni chapters are organized on a geographic basis. We recognize our alumni as among our most valued and talented resources and encourage alumni participation in helping to shape the institution’s future.

Chapter programs provide graduates with an important social, cultural, and educational network. Activities are initiated and organized by local alumni volunteers with the assistance from the Director of Alumni Relations and the Office of Institutional Advancement.

A chapter arranges and sponsors a wide variety of activities which include, but are not limited to:

  • Social events
  • Cultural events
  • Civic/Service projects
  • Admissions recruitments & receptions
  • Athletic events
  • Networking receptions

Be a Volunteer

As a chapter volunteer, you will help other Alfred State graduates stay connected to the college, keep old friendships going, and create new ones.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer for an Area Chapter, please submit the Chapter Volunteer Form (pdf).


Distinguished Alumni Award

Make a Gift, give to Alfred StateThe Alfred State Alumni Council has established awards to honor alumni who bring distinction to our alma mater and to themselves through their outstanding personal and professional achievements.

We are honored to present the following awards to a group of distinguished alumni who have been nominated by you, the alumni community.

We are now accepting nominations for our 2016 Alumni Awards. Please take a moment to read the two categories, and nominate someone you feel deserves to be recognized for their achievements. Winners will be announced in the summer and the awards will be presented during Homecoming/Family Weekend.

Letters of nomination can be submitted via email to Alumni Relations at Alumni@alfredstate.edu. Nominations should be no more than 750 words, and should include a description of the leadership qualities, honors, accomplishments, and other supporting information which qualify the nominee for the award. Please include the nominee’s full name, class year, address, telephone number, and email address.

Nominations need to be submitted no later than July 1, 2016.

Categories

Distinguished Alumna/Alumnus Award

This award is presented to an Alfred State graduate for significant accomplishments in his or her personal and professional life or for distinguished service in his or her community

Outstanding Young Alumna/Alumnus Awards

This award recognizes an Alfred State graduate who, within ten years of his or her graduation, has demonstrated outstanding service to his or her profession, community, and Alfred State.

Previous Recipients of the Distinguished Alumni Award

Thomas BlackwellThomas Blackwell

A. Patrick DoyleA. Patrick Doyle

Donald F. Arnold, Sr.Donald F. Arnold, Sr.

James BradburyJames Bradbury ’67

Doug BarberDoug Barber '66

Wayne WagnerWayne Wagner '60

Previous Recipients of the Outstanding Young Alumna/Alumnus Award

Alexandra ArgentieriAlexandra Argentieri

Jenny BrongoJenny Brongo


Twenty-five Ways YOU Can Help

Make a Gift, give to Alfred StateAlumni often say they want to do something to help Alfred State, but aren't always sure how they can make a meaningful contribution, especially if they live far away from campus.

There are many, many ways you can help! The members of the Alumni Council developed this list of "25 Ways You Can Help Alfred State," which provides methods alumni, parents, and friends can use to help advance the mission of Alfred State through their time, experience, and/or resources.

Some of these ideas require very little time or effort, but can bring tremendous benefit to Alfred State. You can make a difference right now! Take a look at the list and consider how you can help.

  1. Make a gift to the College Annual Fund. Every gift, regardless of size, makes a difference.
  2. Help recruit future Alfred Staters and encourage a prospective student to visit campus.
  3. Hire Alfred State students and graduates.
  4. Support Alfred State athletics. Attend and cheer loudly at games!
  5. Attend Alfred State alumni events in your area, and take a fellow Alfred Stater with you.
  6. Host an ASC event.
  7. Update your mailing address, e-mail address, job information, birth of children, etc. by submitting this form.
  8. Act as an ambassador and share your love of Alfred State.
  9. Stay educated about Alfred State; share what you know with others.
  10. Wear Alfred State clothing and/or display Alfred State paraphernalia at home or work.
  11. Be sure your local high school is well informed about Alfred State.
  12. Help the Alumni Office locate "lost" alumni. Encourage alumni to keep their records up to date.
  13. Identify potential Alfred State donors for scholarships, endowments, and naming opportunities.
  14. Recruit five new Annual Fund donors.
  15. Write a letter of recommendation for a student applying to Alfred State.
  16. Identify future leaders for the Alumni Council and other volunteer boards/committees.
  17. Attend and promote Alfred State activities.
  18. Remember Alfred State in your will and estate plan.
  19. Read the College newsletter Transitions.
  20. Contact a former professor and say thanks for his/her teaching and mentoring.
  21. Encourage friends and classmates to attend their class reunions.
  22. Come back to campus and lecture in a classroom.
  23. Serve as a host for international students over a holiday.
  24. Come back to campus and participate in Career Day.
  25. Become a Class Reunion or Chapter Agent.