Alfred State takes seriously its responsibility to minimize waste and we are regularly working to improve our recycling and waste management systems. This webpage provides answers to common questions about recycling and waste management on campus. If you have a question that isn’t answered here, please send it to email@example.com.
Alfred State has made long term institutional commitments to civic engagement, sustainability, and wellness. The Pioneer Cup brings together many of the college’s programs in these areas under a common umbrella, thereby increasing the visibility of each and encouraging greater student participation.
The residence hall with the most points at the end of April will be declared the Pioneer Cup Champion. The champion will be recognized on the Pioneer Cup on display in the Student Leadership Center and earns the right to display the Pioneer Cup Champions plaque in the main entryway or common room.
Residents earn points for their halls by participating in the many events, programs, and activities listed below that relate to the competition themes of civic engagement, sustainability, and wellness. With so many point opportunities, everyone can contribute in some way! Participation in events and one time activities is tracked through raffle tickets, so be sure to fill out a raffle ticket with your name, email, and residence hall to get credit for participating.
Pioneer Cup is a friendly (but fierce) competition between the college’s residence halls for leadership in civic engagement, sustainability, and wellness that is being held for the first time over the 2013-14 academic year. Throughout the year, residents earn points for their halls by participating in a wide variety of activities, programs, and events related to the competition themes. For example, residents can earn points for participating in a community service event, donating blood, or holding executive office in a student organization.
The Pioneer Cup is a friendly (but fierce!) competition between the college’s residence halls for leadership in civic engagement, sustainability, and wellness. You can help your residence hall earn points and win prizes at the same time by participating in activities, programs, and events related to the competition themes!
Scores are updated after the end of every month. Here are the scores as of Dec.
Dr. John M. Anderson is the president of Millersville University. Prior to his appointment at Millersville, Dr. Anderson served as president of Alfred State and as executive vice president and provost at Hartwick College before that.
As of Aug. 20, 2012 the energy usage in the house went from a high of about 1400 KHW used from the grid back in March (when there were still many power tools, halogen lights, etc. being used in construction) to -1275 KWH (more pushed back onto the grid than consumed in the house for the first 8 months).