To access the application and to view a checklist for joining the police academy, visit www.alfredstate.edu/police-academy/application. Applications must be printed, filled out by hand, and submitted by mail.
Alfred State students will continue to gain valuable real-world, hands-on learning experience while helping the local community this spring by working on two newly constructed welcome signs in Wellsville.
Dr. Richard Kellogg, professor emeritus of psychology at Alfred State College, is the author of an article that appears in the most recent issue of Paperback Parade, a quarterly publication for paperback readers and collectors. The article is titled “Revisiting Peyton Place.”
Longtime florist and Alfred State College alumna Susanne Bostrom recently saw her dream come true when she worked on floats for the annual Rose Parade in Pasadena, CA.
Civic engagement is an important part of Alfred State College, and its University Police Department takes that to heart.
“To me, the biggest achievement we can have as educators is to see the students walk across that stage and then become productive members of society,” Bensley said. “Just knowing that we are preparing them to do that, that’s the biggest honor we can have as educators.”
As 2019 comes to a close, Alfred State College (ASC) is taking a look back at some of its biggest stories from the year.
Danielle Green, an assistant professor in Alfred State’s Business Department, noted that she will be donating her time in January during the evenings to instruct a basic training course to prospective students.
The gifts were received with many thanks from the children and the youth center staff, who look forward to continuing this relationship into 2020.
This program is set to take place July 11 through Aug. 7 and is open to students in grades eight through 12 throughout New York State.