Before sending them home for Thanksgiving, SUNY will test all students for COVID-19 prior to campus departure. Alfred State College (ASC) has announced the dates for testing along with further updates to the academic calendar for the end of fall and start of spring semesters.
Around 80 Alfred State College (ASC) Pioneers came together online recently to share, listen, and learn during a virtual poetry reading held on Microsoft Teams.
Altogether, 315 one-on-one chats and 16 group chats took place during the event. The career fair also allowed registered employers access to ASC’s Fall 2020 Resume Book.
With an emphasis on hands-on, real-world learning, Alfred State College (ASC) students in the School of Applied Technology are well prepared for the jobs they want after only two years of study.
Alfred State College recently honored a couple of Pioneers and recognized its major contributors at an annual President’s Society Dinner at the Alfred Lake Lodge.
A group of Alfred State alumni recently held a food drive at Diversion Brewing Co. in Chemung to help families dealing with food insecurity resulting from COVID-19.
The Educational Foundation of Alfred, Inc., a private foundation representing faculty, staff, and friends of Alfred State College (ASC), recently welcomed Valerie Nixon and Dr. Ashley Shaloo as new board members.
Utilizing SUNY Upstate Medical University’s advancements in COVID-19 testing, Alfred State College (ASC) greatly increased the number of students and employees tested for COVID-19 in October. The college also added a new process for the testing of wastewater from residence halls as an early alert system.
Held on Microsoft Teams, the Open Houses will take place on the following dates: Saturday, Oct. 24, Sunday, Nov. 8, and Wednesday, Dec. 2.
Benjamin is a retired president of the Three Rivers Development Corporation, a private-sector vehicle for economic development in the Finger Lakes Region, which he worked for from 1973 to 2015.
The Hornell-based healthcare facility recently donated several pieces of equipment to benefit ASC’s nursing, radiologic technology, and diagnostic medical sonography programs.
Alfred State's Student Code of Conduct has been updated to reflect and reinforce new Uniform Sanctions for those found in violation of COVID-19 codes.
Scott DuMond, an assistant professor in Alfred State’s Business Department, said, “Among the benefits of the competition is gaining real-world experience using financial software that is employed by professionals and fiduciaries in their field."
With the guidance of Professor Mike Ronan, students gathered outdoors for a meeting, following safety protocols with masks and individual temperature checks of all attendees.
“I pursued this course work for many reasons, perhaps most importantly being that I accept my responsibility of positively influencing the level of inclusion we strive for at Alfred State,” Sammons said.
Reflecting on earning her CMA, Chase said, “I feel accomplished to finally have some recognition for all of my career experience in the field. I really enjoyed taking a deep dive into the academic portion of managerial accounting.”
Alfred State College’s own Stephen Richard and Courtney DeRusha are donating their expertise, time, and energy to a project involved the restoration of the Langdon/Clemens family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery.