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.

Transitioning 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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  • Arial view of Alfred State's Wellsville Campus
  • Dean's Office
  • Zero Energy Home - Wellsville Campus
  • School of Appled Technology

School Departments

Scanlon heading to Italy to work Lamborghini races

Thu, Nov 9th, 2023

Quinn Scanlon will travel to Italy and will take part in the Lamborghini Super Trofeo World Final. He will be with the team the whole week through testing, practice, qualifying, and the actual races on Nov. 18 and 19.

Building Trades and Heavy Equipment students assist local trail

Mon, Nov 6th, 2023

“Getting to participate in projects like this is satisfying in multiple ways. Being able to apply skills we learn in the classroom while helping the local community is a double victory. Our students enjoyed being part of the project and are proud of the final product.”

Building Trades Instructor Don Tinder. 

Campus Event: Spaghetti dinner Nov. 16

Wed, Nov 1st, 2023

The Alfred State Culinary Arts department will host a spaghetti take-out dinner on Nov. 16 to benefit the family of Derek Correa. 

Meet the Students - Shane Strazdins

Mon, Oct 30th, 2023

“The professors are awesome. They are all guys that have experience, and they are all masters at what they do. It is nice to be able to ask questions to somebody who wants to help, and they know the answers.”

Shane Strazdins