Alfred State College - Campus News
Members of the Alfred State College faculty and staff, their children and grandchildren pulled out all the stops during this year's Great Wellsville Balloon Rally parade. As part of the College's centennial celebration, a patriotic red-white-and-blue-themed float carried members of the ASC Centennial Committee and others as they distributed in excess of 70 pounds of candy as well as other give-a-ways, including A
Mary Lou Doyle, of Ithaca and Alfred, has been named director of Human Resources and Payroll at Alfred State College. She began her duties during the spring semester.
Alfred State College welcomed hundreds of students to campus this month for their initial indoctrination to college life through its annual orientation program.
ASC has launched its new website. Both the design & navigation have been completely redone in order to make the website much easier to use. A number of new features have also been added. Read the whole story to find out more.
The Office of Alumni Affairs at Alfred State College (ASC) announces plans for its annual reunion, "Bake at the Lake," to be held Friday and Saturday, July 27-28.
Alfred State College (ASC) has signed articulation agreements with two local community colleges, Erie (ECC) and Monroe (MCC), in order to facilitate the transfer process between the community colleges and Alfred State. Both articulation agreements reside in the School of Management and Engineering Technology at ASC.
Allegany County Treasurer Terri L. Ross, Angelica, was appointed by former Gov. George Pataki to serve on the Alfred State College Council.
Edward Tezak, SUNY (State University of New York) Distinguished Service Profess of mechanical engineering technology at Alfred State College received the Frederick J. Berger Award from the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) at a special awards ceremony at the organization's annual conference and exposition in Honolulu in June
Emergency responder Matthew D. Heller, a State University of New York (SUNY) police officer at Alfred State College, recently completed a weapons of mass destruction training course at the Center for Domestic Preparedness (CDP) in Anniston, AL.
Dr. Richard Kellogg, professor of psychology at Alfred State College, is the author of an article appearing in the most recent issue of The Serpentine Muse, a literary quarterly. Titled "Conan Doyle and the Sleeping Fiend"