International Students

How will I know what classes to take and how the degree curriculum works?

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When you are accepted into the program you will work closely with an assigned faculty advisor who is one of the senior faculty members in the program to ensure that you are appropriately advised and that a recommended schedule is developed for you each semester. Classes are offered in the traditional spring and fall semesters, also with a few being offered in the summer and winter sessions as well.

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Who are the business faculty and what are their credentials?

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Faculty who teach our core business classes possess years of real world experience as well as advanced training and degrees. Included are six faculty who have PhD’s or JD’s (law degrees) in their area of specialization and the remaining faculty all either possess MBA and or advanced Masters’ Degree in Strategic Planning, Technology Management program areas. All our faculty have worked in leadership positions in business and industry and some either own their own businesses or currently also serve in consulting capacities in business as well.

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Edgar Ueno, class of '09

Edgar Ueno, '09

Edgar marjored in information technology: network administration.

“This is a great place for international students because students here love to hear about other cultures.”

"What helped attract me was the State University of New York (SUNY) reputation."

“This is a great place for international students because students here love to hear about other cultures.”

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Dayton is Counter Professional of the Year

Thomas DaytonHow many people, who have worked in a job for over a decade, can still say they truly love what they do?  And how many people, who are successful and comfortable in said job, invest extra time, money, and effort to become even better at it?  One such person so dedicated to his career is Counterman magazine’s Counter Professional of the Year, Thomas Dayton, Jamestown, a first-semester student in Alfred State College’s online aut

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.

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Jessica Clayson, class of '07

Jessica Clayson, ’07When it comes to finding jobs, Alfred State is a great place to start.

When Jessica graduated from Alfred State’s CAD program she went right to work as a designer for Praxair, the largest industrial gases company in North and South America. The company serves the aerospace, chemicals, electronics, energy, food and beverage, healthcare, manufacturing, and metals industries.

When Jessica graduated from Alfred State’s CAD program she went right to work as a designer for Praxair, the largest industrial gases company in North and South America. The company serves the aerospace, chemicals, electronics, energy, food and beverage, healthcare, manufacturing, and metals industries.

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What are Dining Dollars?

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Dining Dollars allow you to make prepared food purchases on-campus without having to pay taxes on those purchases.

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What is a CSA?

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The Campus Spending Account (CSA) has many uses. It can be used to purchase anything you need at the Campus Store, it can be used at any on-campus dining location, and it also allows you to make purchases at Campus Partner locations -- all without having to carry cash. Campus fines or fees may also be paid using CSA.

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Where can I use my meal plan?

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You can use your meal plan at any on-campus dining facility for any meal deal or value meal. A la carte purchases must be made with Dining Dollars or CSA funds.

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How do I sign up for a meal plan?

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Select your meal plan when you pay your bill online. Or, go to the ACES Business Office, on the first floor of Central Dining Hall, during the first days of school to select a meal plan.

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How do I select a meal plan?

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The meal plan you choose depends on your eating habits and daily schedule. If you want three meals a day and plan to be on campus most of the time, the 18-meal plan would suit you. ACES recommends that freshmen select the 18 or 14-meal plan until they are comfortable with their options and schedule.

Remember, unused meals each week are not refundable or transferrable due to New York State tax law.

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