School of Applied Technology

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School of
Applied Technology


Specializing in two-year career-focused majors, students in Alfred State’s School of Applied Technology (SAT) spend time working alongside educators who have industry experience and knowledge. Most of a student’s day is spent hands-on learning career skills that build upon technical knowledge gained.

Choose this fast track of two-year degrees and enjoy the full college experience while working alongside others who share your interests as you learn together.

Transition to the workplace is easier with this applied learning approach. For students interested in management roles or owning their own business, the Technology Management BBA may be earned in only two additional years.

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Recent News & Events

Alfred State honors partnership with Otis Eastern and IUOE

Tue, Jul 26th, 2022

A twenty-year partnership between Alfred State College (ASC), Otis Eastern, and the International Union of Operating Engineers (IUOE) was celebrated on the Wellsville campus. The partnership has provided scholarships of over a $1,000,000 to students.

TG Brotherhood – David Gagnon

Thu, Aug 4th, 2022

Lifelong friendships are built yearly at Alfred State. Friendships built in the classroom, the dorms, the athletic fields, or in one of the various groups or organizations on campus.

Taste of Western New York and ASC Culinary Arts

Thu, Sep 29th, 2022

Alfred State College (ASC) is using the upcoming inauguration of Dr. Steven Mauro as an opportunity to celebrate the college and the entire WNY region including the great food that is found here. The reception following ASC inauguration ceremonies on October 20 is titled “A Taste of Western New York.”

New Solar farm in Alfred has Alfred State ties

Thu, Sep 29th, 2022

Tyler Uebelhoer did not attend Alfred State but has become a huge fan of the renewable energy education taught on campus. Uebelhoer and his company Buffalo Solar recently completed work on a community solar farm in Alfred.