Alfred State College - Educational Foundation of Alfred Inc. News
The Educational Foundation of Alfred, Inc., annually funds up to eight Alfred State College students through its work-grant program, allowing students who are ineligible for work-study funds to find employment on campus. The grant is renewable on an annual basis.
Alfred State College and the Educational Foundation of Alfred, Inc., a private foundation dedicated to improving the Alfred State College community through the support of educational programs, invite the public to view the most recently built home constructed by students
Supporters of Alfred State College gathered at the School of Applied Technology campus recently to celebrate the completion of Phase I of the Construction Workforce Development Center-the shell has been completed and the building fully enclosed. It awaits funding to complete the interior.
Alfred State College students enrolled in the building construction program were on hand recently to watch as LC Whitford, Wellsville, lent a hand (or rather, a highlift forklift) in placing a timberframe structure at the entrance of the Electrical Building on the Applied Technology Campus, Wellsville.
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
The Board of Directors of the Educational Foundation of Alfred, Inc., has announced its slate of officers for 2008-09.
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
The third annual Taste of Wellsville was deemed a rousing success Saturday as clear blue skies and warm sunshine encouraged visitors to stroll campus, sampling the wares of various local eateries as they toured student demonstrations and played a variety of "games," including excavator bowling and backhoe softball.
Local eateries will once again participate in Alfred State College's "Taste of Wellsville," this year, Saturday, Oct. 11, from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Restaurants and other food purveyors will showcase their tasty signature dishes in "miniature form" at stations around the Applied Technology Campus.
Despite the chill and threatened rain of a June day, attendees at the celebratory groundbreaking for the new Construction Workforce Development Center on the School of Applied Technology campus of Alfred State College, attendees received a warm welcome from Dr. John M. Anderson, college president, as well as other members of the college community involved in