Alfred State College - Campus News
Despite a grim fiscal outlook, not only for Alfred State College, but for all of New York State, Dr. John M. Anderson, president, ASC, was cautiously optimistic as he welcomed faculty and staff back to campus just prior to the start of the spring 2009 academic semester.
The Civic Engagement and Activism Headquarters at Alfred State College conducted a food drive prior to Christmas during which the members collected four large boxes of food from the students of Alfred State College.
Recently, Alfred State College National Residence Hall Honorary (NRHH) adviser Allison Keddie and a group of five ASC students attended the NEACURH (National Affiliation of College and University Residence Halls) Regional Conference at Western New England College.
Alfred State College's (Women in Non-traditional Studies--though membership is open to all students) recently raised $250 through bottle and can returns and coin banks to buy presents for an area family sponsored by Steuben Rural Ministry of Canisteo.
Dr. John M. Anderson, the 11th president of Alfred State College, can be seen in the stands rooting on Alfred State athletes. He recently took the time to answer a few questions from the sports information department.
Students enrolled in the School of Applied Technology of Alfred State College, and members of the SkillsUSA Club, joined forces to collect items for soldiers in Iraq.
Student Health Services at Alfred State College has achieved re-accreditation by the Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC). The award is given to those ambulatory care centers that have met nationally recognized standards for quality health care.
Alfred State College students once again participated in the Student Senate and ACES (Auxiliary Campus Enterprises and Services, the campus dining and vending organization) sponsored "Give Up A Meal" (GUAM) program whereby students who donate a "meal punch" help raise money for charity.
Alfred State College faculty and staff enhanced their own holiday spirit by contributing toys, hats, gloves, and scarves as their "admission" to the college's annual holiday party.