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  • Autobody facility – This facility on the Wellsville campus contains down-draft bake-paint booths, paint mixing room, frame-straightening machines, computerized estimating, and computerized measuring systems.
  • Automotive service facilities – These buildings, located on the Wellsville campus, contain the latest equipment, including computerized front-end aligners, brake equipment, computerized engine analyzers, automatic transmission dynamometer and, computer specification and service information terminals in all shops.
  • Heavy equipment: truck & diesel facility - This facility, located on the Wellsville campus, is equipped with: specialized fuel injection overhauling and test lab; engine rebuilding equipment; multispeed transmission and rear axle repair area; engine tune-up area containing computer-operated late model diesel engines; handheld diagnostic scanners; and computerized specifications and service information systems.
  • Motorsports facility - Students perform extensive hands-on work in a newly remodeled, newly equipped facility located in the village of Alfred. First-year courses are taught at the School of Applied Technology campus in Wellsville.

Please refer to the most current required tool list on the Alfred State website at www.alfredstate.edu/tool-lists.


  • Agriculture Science Building – This facility contains laboratories specializing in soils, botany, and animal anatomy and physiology. A 5,300-square-foot greenhouse produces hydroponic vegetables, edible flowers, and herbs and contains a tropical room, desert room, and plant propagation areas.
  • 800-acre college farm – The farm serves as a field laboratory to provide practical instruction in production agriculture and to produce feed for the college’s livestock. It is home to Holsteins, horses, alpacas, swine, poultry, and sheep used for instruction in animal care and management. The farm is also used for soils, botany, feeds and nutrition, and field and forage crops classes. Students have the opportunity to work on the farm as interns. Other facilities there focus on high tunnel vegetable production, row crop production, and agroforestry practices.
  • Center for Organic and Sustainable Agriculture (COSA) – The center, located at the college farm, features both an organic dairy herd, with which students gain experience in management intensive grazing and a robotic milking system, and a conventional herd. Currently, Alfred State is the only institution of higher education in the United States with both conventional and organic dairy systems on the same farm. Additional facilities are being developed at the Groveland farm, a 270-acre crop farm near Sonyea, NY.
  • Veterinary Technology Center – This state-of-the-art facility includes surgical and radiography laboratories, a classroom area for Introduction to veterinary technology, animal health care and laboratory animal management laboratories, and animal housing facilities.