A number of astounding paintings by artist Kenneth P. Cobb are being presented in an exhibit titled “Reflections” at the Hinkle Memorial Library Gallery at from now to Oct. 27.
Students/parents can register by going to www.suny.edu/studentevents or by calling 1-800-342-3811. This workshop is open to all prospective college students and their families, including those who do not plan to attend Alfred State.
The cost of the meal is $17 for adults and $8 for children 10 and under. No reservations are required.
Looking to ensure the continuation of accessible, high-quality education at SUNY and CUNY schools, members of the SUNY Student Assembly recently gathered at Alfred State for a campaign event in support of the Maintenance of Effort (MOE) bill.
The stations now include a balance beam, push-up bar, horizontal ladder/monkey bars, pull-up bars, and a sit-up bar/bench.
In 2010, approximately 24 percent of all students were enrolled for bachelor’s degrees, compared to 48 percent of all Alfred State Pioneers today.
Alfred State students interested in restoring classic cars now have the opportunity to apply for one of two scholarships worth $2,500, thanks to a $5,000 donation from the RPM Foundation.
AffordableColleges.com has recognized Alfred State for quality and affordability in two of its most recent rankings. The organization named the college to its list of top out-of-state public schools in the US, and has also ranked Alfred State among 50 institutions with the most affordable online bachelor’s degrees.
It will soon be time to saddle up for an exciting new event during Homecoming and Family Weekend at Alfred State. The college will host its first bulls and barrels rodeo on Saturday, Oct. 14.
While awards and honors aren’t why the officers of the University Police Department at Alfred State do their job, they do provide a testament to the quality of safety and security that these men and women in uniform provide every day on campus. The most recent acknowledgement of this came from the New York State Department of Criminal Justice Services (DCJS), who granted the department’s reaccreditation earlier this month.