With hands-on learning, Alfred State College can launch your career. We are the #1 SUNY regional college in US News rankings. Located in scenic Western New York outside Buffalo, ASC attracts students from across the state, New York City, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and the world. –– Choose your career path with a bachelor, associate, or online degree to Hit the ground running®…
Points of pride
Year after year, US News,
our students, alumni, and peers recognize ASC as the best.
Learn new skills to launch your career with hundreds of labs and hands-on opportunities.
College or University
in New York
Affordable Colleges ranks ASC #1 in New York State for low-income & first-generation families.
No other US college town has a larger share of students. Alfred is scenic, caring, and number one.
In the news
Pioneer athletics wrap up remarkable fall season
“Our student athletes excelled this fall. We continue to reach new heights and the excitement around these programs and our department continues to grow. Our student athletes’ dedication, hard work, and perseverance is paying off. I am proud and thankful for our athletes, coaches, and support staff.”Director of Athletics Jason Doviak.
Career Development Center prepares students for the workforce
“Employers are looking for talent with the right skills and they are finding it here. Our students are consistently hired by great companies, choose to continue their education, or start their own businesses. We are proud of the college’s 98% employment and continuing education rate."Maureen SibbleDirector of Career Planning & Development
Western Equestrian wraps up 2023 portion of season
The Alfred State western equestrian team had another strong showing as they finished the 2023 portion of their schedule at Alfred University.
Meet the Students - Ashley Ameis
“My favorite part of the program is all the hands-on experience you get and the skilled clinical instructors that go with you to the facilities. You always have someone who is there to guide you and show you the right way to do things.”Ashley Ameis