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Jack Jones, chair of Alfred State’s Building Trades Department, said the Careers in Construction event provided students with great insight into careers in the residential arm of construction.
“To receive such a high rating for a school our size is a real testament to the work that everyone at the college does to help foster a safe and welcoming environment,” Nikkie Herman said.
The symposium was attended by approximately 300 Alfred State students, some of whom served as panelists, while others in the audience asked questions of the guest speaker, Kevin Schuler.
Betsy Penrose, vice president of Enrollment Management, said, “The Title III Strengthening Institutions funding will help us build upon the strong student success foundation at Alfred State. We plan to expand academic advising, improve student onboarding, and increase the college’s endowment to support students in the future."
Alfred State architecture students will unveil their vision for a revitalized downtown Bolivar at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 4 at the Bolivar-Richburg High School gym.
Alfred State College (ASC) is ranked in the top 10 in the nation among all US schools offering three majors within the arts and sciences.
The free concert will take place at 7 p.m. Friday, Oct. 25 in the Cappadonia Auditorium in the Orvis Activities Center. Come and enjoy some family-friendly Halloween and spooky songs performed by Alfred State’s choral group, Voices, and the college’s Rock Band.
“These trips broaden the horizons of our students. For some, this is their first opportunity to see the world beyond their home,” said Jones.
For the new project Ross created, 15 guests from different age groups were invited to come to the nursing facilities on campus to be examined by students.
While the weather may not have been ideal for some of the festivities, Alfred State Pioneers and their families still had a great time during this year’s Homecoming and Family Weekend.