Johnson applauded Alfred State and noted her excitement about getting to tour several facilities on the college’s main campus after delivering her speech. Alfred State, she said, “has developed an international reputation for engaging innovative and cutting-edge research and development in STEM programming.”
As the first phase of the inaugural Alfred State Police Academy winds down, organizers are reflecting on the success of the program, while also looking forward to its future.
Alfred State’s own Jen Taylor was recently presented with the 2019 Fireman of the Year for Heroism award at the Allegany County Firemen’s Annual Meeting in Bolivar.
Alfred State's construction supervision BTech program was recently highlighted in an article appearing in Building the Southern Tier magazine.
For the fifth year in a row, dozens of golfers came together to have fun and support Alfred State College by playing in the school’s annual Pioneers Drive for the Development Fund.
A team of Pioneers once again had an amazing time competing in the thrilling classic car competition. The 2019 event took place from June 22-30, beginning in Riverside, CA, and continuing about 2,300 miles north until the final finish line in Tacoma, WA.
Testing their skills against fellow state contest winners from all over the country, Alfred State College students recently ended up taking home gold and bronze medals, as well as a pair of top 10 finishes in the 55th annual National SkillsUSA Championship in Louisville, KY.
Alfred State College is proud to announce that Admissions Counselor Brook Smith recently received the State University of New York College Admissions Professionals’ (SUNYCAP) Larry Appel New Professionals Award.
“Those skills that I learned 12 years ago, I still use today as the head of product at a startup,” Doty said. “I really can’t thank Alfred State enough for giving me that education and opportunity to grow and find success.”
Honorees received a certificate and a college umbrella.