Alfred State information related to the novel coronavirus is available at www.AlfredState.edu/COVID-19.
Alfred State Pioneers are known for helping one another and overcoming great obstacles.
That’s why during this time of crisis, the college has established the Support Our Students (SOS) Emergency Fund to assist Alfred State students who have serious financial needs due to COVID-19.
During these stressful times, communication and transparency of information are critical. The Village of Alfred, Volunteer Fire and EMS, Alfred University, and Alfred State College are all committed to working together and making relevant health information available to the public.
Volunteers from Alfred State College made a positive impact on a family in need in early March through a civic engagement trip to Myrtle Beach, SC.
Through this affiliation, students enrolling or currently enrolled in Alfred State’s four-year health sciences program can become simultaneously enrolled at LECOM as participants in an early acceptance program (EAP). As part of the EAP, LECOM will interview students prior to their enrollment at Alfred State or within the first two years of study at ASC.
Danielle White, executive director of Institutional Advancement at Alfred State, said, “During difficult times, it is always wonderful to hear about our alumni doing incredible acts of kindness."
Alfred State College (ASC) announced that it is postponing commencement ceremonies due to the COVID-19 outbreak. No date is set for when commencement will be rescheduled.
Effective March 19, Sammons assumed the role of interim director of Alumni Relations. Brintle will begin serving as the new associate director of Annual Giving and Alumni Relations beginning March 23.
More than 91 outstanding scientific projects by students from 12 area school districts were featured in Alfred State’s 21st annual Regional Science and Technology Fair.
Dr. John Williams, dean of Alfred State’s School of Architecture, Management, and Engineering Technology, recently helped induct six new members into the Zeta V Chapter of the Sigma Lambda Chi (SLC) international construction management honor society at Alfred State.
More than 900 high school students from Region I Board of Cooperative Education and Services (BOCES) districts, encompassing Western New York and the Southern Tier, competed in the 31st annual SkillsUSA Region I Leadership Conference and Skills Olympics March 3 at Alfred State.