Alfred State College - Campus News
Alfred State College is leading the way in sustainable energy use with its new 5100 watt (5.1 kW) photovoltaic grid intertie system, which is now powering the library and administration building of the School of Applied Technology in Wellsville. Since the system mimics one a homeowner would use, these buildings were chosen because they best represent a residential home in terms of a year's electr
Alfred State College officials are pleased to announce the approval by SUNY (State University of New York) and the NY State Education Department of a new bachelor of technology (BTech) program in computer security, Information Security and Assurance, which will begin accepting students for the spring 2009 semester.
Alfred State College is pleased to announce that nearly all of its farm (Center for Organic and Sustainable Agriculture-COSA) land has been officially certified "organic" by NOFA-NY (Northeast Organics Farming Association).
Students enrolled in the Culinary Arts programs at the School of Applied Technology of Alfred State College will prepare a holiday buffet on Thursday, Dec. 4, from 5-7 p.m. in the student dining hall of the Culinary Arts Building on the Wellsville campus. Cost is $15 (all inclusive) per person.
Alfred State College's Peer Tutoring Program was the recipient recently of a check for $3,000, the first installment of a $6,000 commitment made by the ASC Student Senate, to help defray the cost of the program's operation.
The junior class of architectural technology students at Alfred State College participated and placed first in a National Design Competition sponsored by the Tilt-Up Concrete Association and the Portland Cement Association.
Alfred State College recently honored Uni-Select USA during its recent President's Society dinner held at Lake Lodge.
Alan G. Mosher, Alfred State College class of 1973, right, accepts the newly instituted "President's Medallion" from College President Dr. John M. Anderson at the recent President's Society dinner held at Lake
When Alfred State College completed its new $3.2M outdoor athletic facility, a problem remained: a facility that big is simply too big to photograph from the ground.
The Alfred State College WINS (Women in Non-traditional Studies--though the club is open to all students) Club hosted three visitors to campus last month to talk to the WINS Club members during the 17th annual Women in the Field Dinner.