Student Announce October 25, 2022

Fall 2022 Final Exam Schedule

The Fall 2022 Final Exam Schedule is available at the following link:  Students should contact their course instructors if they have questions regarding their exam schedules.

- Tamara Knapp

CAL Club’s Haunted Trail and Hayride

ANNOUNCING THE RETURN of CAL Club’s Haunted Trail and Hayride at the ASC College Farm on Tuesday, October 25th and Wednesday, October 26th .  That’s tomorrow & Wednesday!!  Bring a friend!  Bring the family!  Hayrides & vans begin loading in the Parking Lot next to the Pioneer Center beginning at 7pm with continuous loops to the Haunted Trail until 9:30pm.  Dress warmly for this spine-chilling event!  Bring your friends to see who survives the chain saw massacre!  Fun for young and old as well as warm refreshments --if you survive the haunted trail!  Cost is $8.00 per person/$15.00 per couple. 

Gamma Theta Gamma Haunted House

Gamma Theta Gamma will be hosting their haunted house on October 26th and October 27th from 6-10pm at their house, located at 52 North Main Street. It's $5 / person, and all proceeds go to Relay for Life.

ACES Bus Stop Changes on Loop Road

Due to the closure of the main entrance of campus on Monday, October 24 any students that use lower loop road bus stops will need to start using the upper loop road bus stops until Monday, December 5. The ACES bus picking up students will only pick up students starting from in front of the Orvis Activities Center to in front of Shults Hall.  

- Heather Overholt

Shuttle Stop Closures and Availability

Please be aware that as we prioritize our goal to improve our campus, some shuttle pick-up locations may be closed during construction. As of this time, the Main Entrance Shuttle Stop, the Townhouse Shuttle Stop, the Administration/AG Science Shuttle Stop, and the Mackenzie South Shuttle Stop are temporarily closed. Please utilize the Shults and Orvis Shuttle Stops at this time. Thank you for your cooperation and patience as we work to improve ASC!

- Amy Keyes

Athletics Week Preview

Athletics Week Preview

Alfred State Pioneer Athletics continue the fall season. This Tuesday, Women's Soccer honors their seniors at 5 p.m. at Pioneer Stadium. On Wednesday, the Women's Volleyball team will hold their annual Pink Pride Fundraiser! On Saturday, both Men's and Women's Swimming and Diving have their first home meet of the season! Follow along on Instagram @ascathletics Twitter @ascathletics and our website


Tuesday, Oct. 25


Men’s Soccer @ Hilbert @ 3 p.m.


Women’s Soccer vs. Hilbert (SENIOR DAY) @ 5 p.m. 

Wednesday, Oct. 26


Women’s Volleyball vs. Hilbert @ 7 p.m. (PINK PRIDE)

Saturday Oct. 29


Men’s & Women's Cross Country @ AMCC Championship

Women’s Volleyball @ Penn.- St. Altoona

Football @ Castleton @ 12 p.m.


Men's & Women's Swimming and Diving vs. Penn.- St. Behrend

- Bobby Papalouizos

Check out these career related events!

Below,  are a few upcoming career events!  Register ahead of time in JobLink so that you can be reminded of the event.  The leadership series events were created so that students are aware and can identify some of the NACE core competencies.   The National Association of Colleges and Employers states that all students should have 8 competencies by the time they graduate college.    The leadership series is a good way to learn about these, so don’t miss out!   To learn more about the competencies go to:     If you have questions about any events, we offer or would like to make an appointment for one of our services feel free to reach out by email or stop in to see us in SLC 404!   We look forward to seeing you at one or all of these.   

October 24th-US Marine Corps a representative will be in the SLC park space from 1030am-2p answering questions about the Marine Corps.

October 25th-Leadership Speaker Series virtual on Teams featuring alum Ashley Gomez(Higher Education) speaking about Diversity & Inclusion in the workplace(link on joblink)

October 26th-Syracuse University- “Tips on the Graduate School Process" SLC 310 12p-1pm

November 1st-Leadership Speaker series virtual on teams featuring alum Lenford Lindsay(Alstom) speaking about Teamwork.(link on joblink)

November 8th-Leadership Speaker Series virtual on teams featuring alum Shea Dailey(Cybersecurity) speaking about Career & Self exploration.(link on joblink)

- Valerie Daciw

Baja SAE Club looking for members

Want to be part of a team where you can design and build a vehicle from scratch? Then come check out the BAJA SAE Club! What is a BAJA Vehicle you may be asking? A BAJA vehicle is an 4WD offroad race/rally vehicle that is custom designed to handle all sorts of terrains, from mud to gravel to hills and even pavement! We will be designing the vehicle in solid works then building it to spec. If this sounds interesting to you, then come check the club out! Meetings start at 5:00pm on Monday’s and Wednesdays. All majors accepted; no experience required.


Any questions please contact: President: Ryan Wilson, Vice President: Connor O’Reilly, Treasurer: Justin Straight, Marketing Head: Jonathan Stanbro

Residential Programmer Positions available for Spring 2023

The Office of Residential Service and Student Engagement are now accepting applications for a new position – Residential Programmer! Residential Programmers are live in residential staff that co-supervised by Student Engagement and Residential Services. Residentials programmers will maintain a semester and cumulative GPA of 2.25 and foster relationships throughout the residence hall through community meetings, hall council, and events. Residential Programmers will work in their assigned residence hall to develop signage for programming initiatives in the building and develop "stall stories" on a bi-weekly basis. The Residential Programmer will attend Hall Council and serve as the Junior Advisor for Hall Council. In cases of emergencies, Residential Programmers may be asked to help sit office hours during snow days or power outages and create emergency programming ideas for the residence hall.

Residential Programmers will receive a double-room compensation.


Apply using this form:


Please contact Area Coordinator Mary Chamberlain by emailing with any questions or concerns.

- Anna Shutt

Transport Team Positions Open

Residential Services in conjunction with Health & Wellness is looking to hire 6 Motor Vehicle Operator positions for the Transport Team. 

Minimum Qualifications: 

Candidates must possess a New York State Driver's License appropriate for the type of vehicle to be operated, valid for a minimum of one year, have a clean driving record, and be able to lift a minimum of 20 pounds.  Candidates will be required to complete the LENS Driving Certification. 

The Campus Transport team is a part of the Residential Services department within the Division of Student Affairs at Alfred State. It is composed of a dedicated, student-oriented group of professionals who create an environment conducive to learning about oneself, the community, and society. We provide learning opportunities, skill development, and personal contacts that foster a successful, well-balanced, and fulfilling life experience for the students of Alfred State and our community.

For more information regarding this position and to apply please visit - 

- Erika Winans

Thanksgiving Break Housing Application

Residence halls will close at 10:00pm on Tuesday November 22, 2022, for the Thanksgiving Break. The Residence halls will reopen at Noon on Sunday November 27, 2022. Residential Services is aware that the final bus scheduled to leave Alfred leaves before 10:00pm. If you are here for an Academic reason and cannot make the bus, please contact your Residence Director to remain on campus the evening of Tuesday, November 22. However, you must plan travel arrangements for the morning of Wednesday, November 23.


Only students who have been approved to stay for the break will be allowed in the residence halls.

All others may be charged with trespassing.


Students will only be approved who:

• Live over 500 miles away (according to your home Banner Address)

• Have a Special Circumstance (ex. You do not have a place to go)

• Working for the college during the break (with Supervisors Approval)

• Part an official athletic team, listed on the Roster received from Athletics, and have practice or a game during the break


If you wish to apply to stay for the break, please complete the following application:



If you have any questions, please contact Residential Services at 607-587-4371.

- Donald Schrader

Main Entrance Closure

Closure of Main Entrance

Starting on Monday, October 24 and going until December 5 the Main Entrance (West Pine St) will be closed for construction.  This will allow for replacement of utilities under the road before winter.  

  • Passenger Cars:  To enter campus, traffic should go to Church St. and then enter via Elm St.  
  • Buses / Large Trucks:  All vehicles over three ton will need to continue straight from Church St on to West University to the South Gate Entrance or on to Moland Hill Rd.  
  • ACES’s Transportation department is already aware of this closure and is preparing an alternate plan for picking up students along loop road. 
  • There will be no impact to parking related to this closure.
- Heather Overholt

Ergo Submissions/Cover Contest/Poetry Reading


Take a break, sit quietly, and create a piece of artwork, poem, story, or whatever and send to Ergo, Alfred State’s literary magazine, at



Wondering what to submit?  Full wrap cover (front & back) 17.25" wide by 11.25" high or just the front cover 8.75" wide by 11.25" high, 300 dpi, jpeg.  All entries must fit these specifications for consideration.

And better yet, there's a prize!  Winner and a runner-up will both get a $100 gift certificate for the ASC Campus Store, and boasting rights for being featured as the author of the cover on the Fall 2022 ERGO publication! 


- Debra Tomm

Pioneer Exchange (campus thrift store) and The PLATE (campus food pantry) Information

Pioneer Exchange is open, and the civic leadership team would like to invite you to stop by and see the items we have on offer! 

The space is located in the ground floor of Pioneer Center (next to the barbershop) and our hours of operation can be found on the Civic Engagement Pioneer Link landing page. 

The PLATE food pantry is a campus resource to address food insecurity by sharing nutritious emergency food & personal care items to current students.   The process is very straightforward:

(1)  Complete the form at    

(2)  A bag of food containing 3-4 days’ worth of supplies will be prepared within a couple days

(3)  You will be advised via email once it is ready to be picked up.  

The food pantry is administered and funded through Student Senate and the Center for Global Engagement/Civic Wellbeing.

Community food pantry information may also be found on the CCE Pioneerlink page at this link.

Whether you would like to utilize or donate to these resources , we are here for you!

Any questions?  Stop by SLC 412 or email