Student Announce May 2, 2023

Nursing Student Capstone Fair Today

Nursing senior students will be hosting a Capstone Fair today, May 2, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the CDH building. The fair will consist of student presentations with games and prizes. Please stop by to see what these students have been working on. 

- Katherine Price

End of Year Celebration - Office of Student Engagement

This Friday May 5th the Office of Student Engagement will be hosting an End of the Year Celebration Spring Activities Fair from 3pm-5pm located along the spine and Green Space (SLC for a rain location). This is an opportunity to display the work your club and organization has done all semester, recruit new members, and share ideas to prepare for Fall 2023 Week Of Welcome events!

During this time we will have tables to learn about On-Campus employment for summer and fall opportunities.


There will be music and free food as well! If you would like to be a part of this event just fill out this form to reserve your spot!

ALL Clubs and Organizations who plan on programming during the Week of Welcome (WOW), needs to meet us at this event for brainstorming and present their plan.

- Anna Pensyl-Shutt

Intensive Study Hours

I hope you all had a wonderful Hot Dog Day and are ready to finish strong these last three weeks!  I am sending this announcement to inform you of the coming Intensive Study Hours that will begin this weekend on Sunday (4/30) and last until the end of the semester (May 13th).  Intensive Study Hours were implemented to make sure that the residence halls are quiet, so students are able to better focus on preparing for finals and completing final projects in the last two weeks.  The important information can be found below: 

  • Intensive Study Hours begin Sunday, April 30 at 8 PM and run until May 13th.
  • Intensive Study Hours do include the weekend.   
  • Intensive Study Hours are perpetual quiet hours with a relief period from 4pm- 7pm.  This means that regular hours are from 4-7pm each day and outside of that time period, quiet hours will be enforced. 
  • No guests in the building past 10 PM.
  • This announcement and the flyers around the building count as your warning. 
  • A first violation will result in the situation being documented, and you will receive a hand delivered letter that night that you have your first violation and that a second violation will result in relocation. 
  • A second violation will result in relocation from the residence hall and you will move into another spot on campus for the rest of the semester and you would not be allowed back into your regular residence hall until you are done with finals to grab any items you would need for back home/ return anything from your temporary assignment that you would not need to bring home over break. 
- Lee Wascher

Plant sale this week

The greenhouse plant sale is this week - Wednesday, May 3rd (11am-4pm) and Saturday, May 6th (10am-3pm) in the Agriculture Building Greenhouse. Everything must go - the Ag building will be remodeled next year and we will be getting a new greenhouse! Help us clean out the old to make way for the new :) Cash and check only. Bringing a box/bag is helpful. Any questions: Jessica Hutchison,

- Jessica Hutchison

Summer Housing Application

Residence halls will close at 7:00pm on Saturday May 13, 2023, for Summer Break at which time all items must be removed from your room and return your room key to a Residential Services Staff member. Only students who have been approved to stay for the break will be allowed in the residence halls after that time. All others may be charged with trespassing.

There is a $50 change per week for summer housing. Payments must be paid within 30 days of your bill, any remaining amount at the end of the summer will be placed onto your student account in the form of a hold. Additional information on acceptable payment methods and payment locations will be provided to those approved for summer break housing. 

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, homeless, etc.)
  • Working for the college during the break (with Supervisors Approval)
  • International Student
  • Taking summer classes (will be confirmed with your academic advisor and/or class professor)

If you wish to apply for break housing, please complete the "Summer Break Housing Request" form on eRezLife. To access eRezLife, log into your and select the "sign up for housing" option.

Please note that the application closes at 3:00 pm on Monday, May 8. 

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

- Donald Schrader

*** Need a Job??**

Attention: Architecture, Computer Information Technology, Digital Media, and Animation students there are job opportunities in the SET Plotter room. If you are interested in working next semester (Fall 2023) Please stop into the Help Desk to pick up your application.

- Karla Sage

Commuter Council - Positions Available

Greetings Commuters, 

 I hope that everyone near and far had a great Hotdog Day! My name is Michael Bianco, I'm from Metuchen, NJ, and I am the Vice President of Commuter Affairs for the Student Senate, and Committee Chair and Treasurer of the Commuter Council. The role of Commuter Affairs is to liaison commuter concerns to Student Senate meetings, host Commuter Council meetings, and engage in commuter focused operations. The Commuter Council is responsible for creating event opportunities on campus that engage commuter students, and also taking on multiple initiatives that are important to commuters that aim to better the commuter experience on campus overall. 

Planning events for commuters cannot be only based on Council approval, we need YOUR help!

There are Executive Board positions open. Vice Committee-Chairman, Public Relations Officer, and Event Coordinator. All positions are available for this current semester and will carry over into the next academic year!

For more information on these positions please contact Michael Bianco, and if anyone has any questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to reach out.

 Michael Santino Bianco

Senior ​Electrical Construction & Maintenance Electrician
Vice President of Commuter Affairs
Gamma Theta Gamma

- Donald Schrader

May Graduates Diploma Policy

Attention May graduates!  In accordance with SUNY policy, if you have any financial obligations with Alfred State or have not returned equipment or supplies borrowed, such as library books, athletic equipment, etc., your diploma will be held until you pay your balance or return the borrowed equipment/supplies.  Please view and pay your hold(s) as soon as possible to ensure your diploma is issued timely!  If you have questions regarding your hold(s), contact the appropriate office as indicated on the “hold screen”.

- Tamara Knapp

Looking for a ride home for Summer Break?

Looking for a ride home for Summer Break?

The following transportation services will be available to students

Bus Services to New York, NY:

Departure from Alfred to New York City on Friday, May 12, 2023 at 7:45 am

Departure from Alfred to New York City on Sunday, May 14, 2023 at 7:45 am

Secure your ticket today at

Shuttle Services to the Rochester Airport:

Departure from Alfred to Rochester Airport on Saturday, May 13, 2023 at 7 am

Departure from Alfred to Rochester Airport on Saturday, May 13, 2023 at 5 pm.

Please fill out the Online Travel Request Form no later than May 5, 2023.

Planning to stay on campus for Summer Break:

Please have them complete the Summer Housing Application no later than May 8.

Residence halls close on Saturday, May 13, 2023 at 7 p. If you are asking to stay Saturday, May 13 to Sunday, May 14 please contact your home RD/AC to make arrangements.

The Office of Residential Services

- Erika Winans

Weekly Pool Tournaments in the Pioneer Lounge!

Join the Student Union Support Team and Campus Recreation as they host weekly pool tournaments in the Pioneer Lounge!  Every Tuesday at 5PM and  Amazon gift cards to the winners!  See you there!

- Sandra Burdick

Apply to be a Resident Assistant!

The Office of Residential Services is now taking applications for the Resident Assistant Position for Fall 2023.


RAs, on top of getting their room paid for, get leadership development, mentorship with professionals, soft skill development and a resume builder, as well as opportunities to advance into paid positions!

Use this link to apply:


To qualify for the RA position, candidates must have a minimum 2.25 GPA and no current student conduct status.


If you have questions about the position or the hiring process, please contact Area Coordinator Antoinette Gress by email at

Spring 2023 Final Exam Schedule

The Spring 2023 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

New Oasis Hours for the Spring!

Come in and enjoy a peaceful moment at the oasis, pick from several different essential oils, relax in the massage chairs, and grab a cup of tea on your way out. SLC RM 415

The Oasis will be open for the Spring 2023 semester, and will be following the below schedule throughout the semester.

  • Monday (2-8pm), Tuesday (2-8pm), Wednesday (4-7pm), Thursday (2-6pm), Friday (2-4pm)

Use of the Oasis space can be booked by appointment (24 hours in advance) for certain days and hours. It will also be open for walk-in’s/first come, first served basis.


To Schedule an Appointment to use a Massage Chair in the Oasis:

Please keep in mind:

  • Oasis slots are 20 minutes long.
  • No food, drinks, or vaping allowed.
  • Phones are to be silenced, no loud music, or phone calls.
  • Students who are not observing the Student Code of Conduct, are disruptive to others, or are not complaint with social distancing regulations, will be asked to leave the space.



Angie Lopez

Health & Wellness Liaison


- Anna Pensyl-Shutt

The Center for Civic Leadership is Hiring Civic Engagement Advocates for Fall!

Our Civic Engagement Advocates (CEAs) are dynamic student leaders that play a key role in our civic leadership team! CEAs work to support a campus culture that promotes care and community involvement by initiating, enhancing, and engaging others in efforts designed to make a positive difference in our community and beyond. 


Our team works with individual students, clubs/organizations, community partners, and faculty/staff to identify and address community challenges together- here in Alfred, regionally, and beyond. Some of our areas of oversight and engagement include The PLATE (our campus food pantry), Disaster Relief, Habitat for Humanity Builds, Voter Awareness and registration, and Leadership Suite Civic Initiative Support.


If you like to help raise awareness, cultivate connection, provide support services, and engage others in community building and care, then we want to hear from you! Applications can be found in JobLink reference number 800813803


Should you have any questions, please reach out to our team leads at

- Anna Pensyl-Shutt

Seeking Donations – gently used lab coats and goggles

Do you have a lab coat or goggles no longer needed or spare that you are willing to part with?  If so, please donate to our student initiative to provide support to current and future students! 

Donation bins can be found in the Cultural Life Center (CLC), SLC 401, and in the main entrance of the Physical and Health Sciences Building. The students leading this initiative would like for any students in need to feel free to pull directly from donations that have been received in bins. 

At the end of the semester, remaining donations will be inventoried and made available through the Exchange (campus thrift).  Should you have questions about this initiative please reach out to Cyan Corwine in the Center for Civic Leadership ( or Cultural Life Center Student Ambassador, Danielle Abihzer  (

- Cyan Corwine

Hog Wild Day 2023

Hog Wild Day on the Wellsville Campus will be May 4th from 11-3.  This is an end-of-the-year celebration sponsored by Student Senate, Commuter Council, and the Educational Foundation of Alfred that includes:

  • Outdoor BBQ prepared by Culinary and Baking Departments
  • Outdoor games and events (joust, mechanical bull, inflatable Bootcamp obstacle course, giant trike racing, cornhole, horseshoes, etc…)
  • Pie eating contest with $50 prize to winner
  • Tug-of-War contest with $250 prize to winning team of 5 (must sign up in advance)
  • $250 prize raffle at end of event for 1 winner, details on how to qualify for drawing announced at Hog Wild



  • If you do not have a meal plan, please see Justin on the 2nd floor of the Pioneer Student Union for your ticket for a free lunch for the day
  • Tug-of-War teams need to sign up in advance.  Please see Justin on the 2nd floor of the Pioneer Student Union to sign up


Individual Room Selection - 2023 to 2024

The Office of College Housing would like to announce that Individual Room Sign-Ups are now active. The Individual Room Sign-up Process is based on accrued credit hours (including this term) as follows:

  • All new incoming and returning students now have access to sign up for 2023 - 2024 housing options
  • Individual Room selections end Tuesday, May 30, 2023

To sign up for housing, please follow the instructions below:

  1. Enter your
  2. Select the "Sign up for Housing" icon
  3. Log into eRezlife using your Alfred State email credentials
  4. Select "Housing Overview" under Housing
  5. Select your Admit Term "202401",
  6. Select your Class (freshman, senior, etc)
  7. Select your Full/Part time status (should be full time for housing)
  8. Select your Student Type (new freshman or transfer)
  9. Select the "Apply Now" button **if you have not completed your housing profile and housing profile questions you will be re-directed to do so** 
  10. Select your Residence building preference(s). Once completed click "Save and Continue"
  11. Fill out the "Application Form"
  12. Confirm your application and select "Submit Application"
  13. Confirmation page will appear if you have successfully completed this process. 
    1. Please note, any applications that are completed between 5:00 pm and 8:00 am may not be granted access to sign up for a room until the following day (ex. If you complete your application at 8:00 pm on Monday, you might not be able to sign up for housing until 8:00 am Tuesday). This is due to the formatting of our housing software and our department reviewing applications before permitting students to sign up for housing.
  14. Return to "Housing Overview" 
  15.  Select the green "Browse Rooms"
  16. You can search for specific rooms by building/section and/or other residence preferences set up. This may take a couple of attempts pending on your preferences and room availability. "No bed available" will appear if there is not a room available through the preferences you set up. 
  17. Click the "bed" icon to select your room of choice. 
  18. Dialog window will be prompted with details of the selected room. 
  19. Click the "choose this bed" button
  20. Review the details of your room reservation. Click on "Assign me now" to confirm your assignment.  Click the "look at other rooms" link to browse other rooms. 

Information on housing sign-up can also be found on the Room Selection page for Residential Services.

Please contact Residential Services at or call 607-587-4371 with any questions. 

- Donald Schrader