Amazing scientific projects were recently featured in Alfred State’s 18th annual Science and Technology Fair.
The new healthcare management program allows a student to build on their associate degree to complete a bachelor’s degree 100 percent online. This new degree completion program is designed for professionals who want to enhance their skills for promotions or additional employment opportunities.
The State University of New York Board of Trustees appointed Dr. Kristina M. Johnson as the 13th chancellor of SUNY.
Automotive Trades Department will be hosting a new driver awareness seminar and child safety seat inspection.
Thanks to the support of partners such as SwiftLift, Alfred State is able to offer its students some very valuable educational learning opportunities, the latest of which comes through the donation of a Toyota electric forklift.
Students pursuing careers in law enforcement and public safety now have both two- and four-year degree options at Alfred State, with the recent addition of a Bachelor of Science (BS) in criminal justice.
Having devised a plan that outlines their vision for the future of Wellsville, four fourth-year Alfred State architecture students recently presented their work as part of a poster session at the 2017 New York Statewide Preservation Conference in Rochester.
Faculty, staff, students, community members, and friends of the college had all gathered to honor former president Dr. John Anderson through the unveiling of a portrait of him that will permanently hang in the Student Leadership Center.
The Alfred State Choir Alumni organization will present its 66th annual spring concert at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 23 in the Anthony C. Cappadonia Auditorium in the Orvis Activities Center on the Alfred campus.
Looking to prepare the construction workforce leaders of tomorrow, Alfred State is pleased to announce that it is now offering an upper-division program in construction supervision. Classes for this major will begin in the fall 2017 semester.