Alfred State College - Campus News
Alfred State College's Office of Admissions is hosting its annual High School Visitation Program this fall. The program has been scheduled for each Thursday starting Oct. 4 and running through Nov. 8, 2007.
Returning students and faculty as well as visitors arriving on the Alfred State College (ASC) campus noticed a change in the "landscape" this fall.
This was a familiar sight on the Alfred State College campus recently as parents helped students move all the comforts of home (and then some) to residence halls for the new school year.
Alfred State College faculty and staff welcomed this year's incoming freshmen during the 14th annual New Student Convocation.
Members of the Alfred State College community were all smiles recently as they celebrated the "grand re-opening" of the Engineering Technology Building following a seven-year, $17 million rehab project.
Alfred State College hosted an open house for the local community at the new townhouse-style residence halls before students moved in to begin the new academic year.
Rosati attributes this ranking to a number of positive initiatives taking place on campus, including the establishment of a Center for Organic and Sustainable Agriculture, the development of specialized baccalaureate degree programs such as digital media and animation, financial planning, and information technology/network administration, as well as new townhouse-style residence halls, to name just a few.
Alfred State College Officer in Charge Dr. Ronald R. Rosati kicked off the new academic year at the college by noting the accomplishments of the previous term and summer.
Alfred State College's Center for Organic and Sustainable Agriculture (COSA) has achieved several milestones thus far in building its capacity to help farmers in New York and beyond.
Alfred State College Professors Jim Grillo, Hammondsport, and Robert E. Rees, Alfred, both members of the School of Management and Engineering Technology, were among 28 SUNY-wide faculty members recognized by the State University of New York as Distinguished Teaching Professor and Distinguished Service Professor, respectively. The designation constitutes a promotion above that of full professor.