Alfred State College - Campus News
Antonio-Phillip Lytle, Assistant Director of Student Activities and Orientation /Coordinator of Greek Affairs, recently presented the topic “What’s an Ally?” at the Greater Rochester Fraternal Leadership Institute at Rochester Institute of Technology.
Joseph G. Pelych, Hornell, has been appointed by the NYS Governor's Office to the Alfred State College Council.
Council members serve without salary as an advisory group to the president of the College.
Alfred State College's senior masonry students and seven local professional masons participated in a day-long seminar dealing with Rumford fireplace design and construction. The seminar included lecture and hands-on laboratory experience on the School of Applied Technology campus in Wellsville.
Alfred State College recently hosted Congressman Eric J. J. Massa (D-29th District) and his "2009 Western New York Regional Agriculture Summit."
The Applied Technology Campus of Alfred State College has begun construction on the 50th house built by students in various construction-related programs on campus and underwritten by the Educational Foundation of Alfred, Inc., a private foundation representing faculty, staff, and friends of Alfred State College dedicated to improving the A
B. Thomas Golisano, founder and chair of the board of directors of Paychex, Inc., Rochester, the second-largest payroll processor in the United States, and 1962 general business management graduate of Alfred State College, will receive an honorary doctorate of humane letters, at his alma mater's commencement ceremony, Sunday, May 17, 2009.
Wearing black crepe paper armbands and brandishing signs and banners, students, faculty, and staff at Alfred State College, as well as guests, participated in an on-campus rally Friday to send a message to NYS Gov. David A. Paterson: "Save SUNY!"
In my effort to keep all constituencies informed as the New York State budget process evolves, the following summarizes the impact that Governor Paterson's budget proposal may have on Alfred State. You'll recall from my earlier communication that there were three types of possible budget cuts that would substantially affect the college. They were: the non-funding of negotiated salary increases, the state's redirection of 90% of the revenue from tuition increases, and a SUNY base budget cut.
Students enrolled in the culinary arts programs at Alfred State College will prepare a Mardi Gras celebration, featuring a New Orleans-style menu, on Tuesday, Feb. 24 from 5-7 p.m., in the student cafeteria of the Culinary Arts Building on the Wellsville campus.
The Alfred State College Office of Student Financial Services (Financial Aid/Student Accounts) will participate in SUNY Financial Aid Day, Saturday, Feb. 21, 2009, beginning at 9 a.m., in the Engineering Technology Building, room 215, on the Alfred campus.