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Picture Yourself at Alfred State

Alfred State

At Alfred State, your career is its most important mission. With an emphasis on hands-on, project-based learning, you’ll truly know how to solve problems you’ll face on the job, and acquire the skills and knowledge employers seek.

You may choose from more than 80 majors in such fields as agriculture, architecture, business, health, applied and engineering technologies, or the arts and sciences. At Alfred State, you’ll enjoy individualized attention and support because of small class sizes.

The faculty at Alfred State love what they do. And because they have real-world experience, they are experts in their field and will guide you on real-world projects every day.

A lot of your education also happens outside the classroom. That’s why Alfred State has more than 100 clubs and organizations from which to choose. Alfred State offers 19 intercollegiate sports, as well as plenty of intramurals.

Through its civic engagement programs, you can channel your passions by getting involved and making a difference. Alfred State students are born leaders, so civic engagement with a global focus is big on campus.

Where you live on campus is also important. Alfred State’s 14 residence halls offer a comfortable setting, and are designed to fit the needs of our diverse student body.

Alfred State is located in the rural village of Alfred, which lies in the scenic foothills of the Allegheny Mountains. Within a couple hours of the college, you’ll find attractions such as Niagara Falls, Letchworth State Park, and Finger Lakes wineries.

Come check out the College for yourself and find out how Alfred State can help get you on the right path to a rewarding career!

Founded: 1908

Degrees and majors offered:

BArch: Architecture

BBA: Business Administration; Financial Planning; Sport Management; Technology Management

BS: Architectural Technology; Computer Engineering Technology; Construction Management; Criminal Justice; Digital Media and Animation; Electrical Engineering Technology; Forensic Science Technology; Game and Interactive Design; Graphic and Media Design; Health Sciences; Human Services Management; Mechanical Engineering Technology; Mechatronics Technology; Nursing; Surveying and Geomatics Engineering Technology

BTech: Agricultural Entrepreneurship, Construction Supervision; Cyber Security; Healthcare Management; Information Technology: Applications Software Development; Information Technology: Network Administration; Information Technology: Web Development; Interdisciplinary Studies

AA: Liberal Arts and Sciences: Adolescent Education (Teacher Education Transfer); Liberal Arts and Sciences: Humanities; Liberal Arts and Sciences: Math & Science; Liberal Arts and Sciences: Social Science; Pre-Environmental Science and Forestry (option within Liberal Arts & Sciences: Math & Science program)

AAS: Accounting; Agricultural Automation and Robotics; Agricultural Business; Agricultural Technology; Architectural Technology; Biological Science; Computer Engineering Technology; Computer Information Systems; Construction Engineering Technology; Court and Realtime Reporting; Diagnostic Medical Sonography; Digital Media and Animation; Electrical Engineering Technology; Environmental Technology; Health Information Technology; Interior Design; Marketing; Mechanical Engineering Technology; Mechatronics Technology; Nursing; Radiologic Technology; Surveying Engineering Technology; Veterinary Technology

AOS: Autobody Repair; Automotive Service Technician; Building Trades: Building Construction; Culinary Arts; Culinary Arts: Baking, Production and Management; Drafting/CAD; Electrical Construction and Maintenance Electrician; Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning; Heavy Equipment Operations; Heavy Equipment: Truck and Diesel Technician; Machine Tool Technology; Masonry; Motorcycle and Power Sports Technology; Motorsports Technology; Welding Technology

AS: Business Administration; Computer Science; Criminal Justice; Engineering Science; Game and Interactive Design; Graphic and Media Design; Human Services; Individual Studies; Sport Management Certificate: Coding & Reimbursement Specialist; Court Reporting and Captioning.

An Undeclared Major is also available.

Current Enrollment: 3,700

Student to faculty ratio: 18:1

Tuition/costs: In-State Tuition: $7,070; Room and board: $12,950; Student fees: $1,782

Financial aid: Visit:, or call 607-587-4253 or 1-800-4ALFRED

Admissions: $50 application fee; rolling admissions; see website for required documents

Open House dates: Saturday, April 4; Sunday, April 19.


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