The 19 Alfred State College (ASC) studying at Sant’ Anna Institute in Sorrento, Italy had the opportunity to meet with Consul Karen Schinnerer, Press and Culture Secretary, at the USA Consulate in Naples recently.
2007 Alfred State College graduate Jeffrey Keyes was recently featured in the Journal of Court Reporting.
The Alfred State College (ASC) men’s swimming & diving team continued their impressive 2021-22 by winning the college’s first Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference (AMCC) championship
Alfred State College (ASC) Architecture students Abigail Jones (Pittsford), Jack Christie (Geneseo), and Mason Miller (Fairport) earned first prize honors in a modular student housing challenge sponsored by Razak Associates.
Alfred State College (ASC) students are seeing a high return on investment (ROI) according to a recent report by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce.
Alfred State College students will have three opportunities in the upcoming weeks to meet with prospective employers as the college hosts three spring career fairs.
The ongoing support of the Educational Foundation of Alfred, Inc. has greatly contributed to student success at Alfred State through a generous annual donation to peer tutoring.
Six Alfred State College (ASC) architecture students participated in the 21st annual Appalachian Teaching Project (ATP) Symposium, a regional economic development conference sponsored by the Appalachian Regional Commission (ARC).
The Alfred State College (ASC) men’s swimming & diving team recently completed the regular season with an undefeated dual meet record. The Pioneers were 7-0 and become the first Alfred State team to finish with a perfect regular season during the NCAA era (2014-present).
Dr. Richard Kellogg, professor emeritus of psychology at Alfred State College, is the author of an article appearing in the most recent issue of Paperback Parade. The article, titled “William Faulkner: Mystery Writer,” critiques Faulkner's “Knight's Gambit,” a collection of six mystery stories.
Kathryn Markel, ’81 has been granted emeritus status for her lifetime service and contributions to Alfred State College (ASC).