Student Announce August 29, 2023

Have a garden question?

Have a garden question? Attend our Garden Meeting on Friday, September 8th at 3pm in room 109 of the Ag building. Visitors will be paired with a student in our vegetable production course. Students will gather information about a problem the gardener faced this year, research possible solutions and deliver the results to the community member in written form. If you are interested, but cannot attend the meeting, feel free to email Jessica Hutchison

- Jessica Hutchison

Student Parking Pass Registration & Pick Up

After registering your vehicle online, students should pick up parking passes at the University Police Department. The University Police Department is located in the TG House on Lower College Drive in parking lot #3. We are open 24/7.

Parking registration information can be found here:

If for some reason you are unable to register your vehicle online, you can pay the $95 parking registration fee at Student Records and Financial Services and then bring the receipt to the University Police Department and we will issue your permit to you at that time. You will need to provide the vehicle license plate, year, make/model and color.

Your vehicle must have a hang tag displayed on the rearview mirror by 9/4. If you are unable to get your pass prior to 9/4, you may stop by our office for a temporary parking pass. 

Students that reside on campus please be sure to park in a designated student parking spot (NOT commuter, faculty & staff, visitor, future pioneer or accessible parking spaces). 


WELLSVILLE CAMPUS COMMUTERS: Students that only commute to the Wellsville Campus can pick their parking passes up on that campus during the first week of classes.

- Jaime Dennis-Howe

Message from University Police

As the fall semester commences, University Police are reminding all students not to enter or walk within any campus areas that are currently under construction. This also includes all areas that are blocked off to vehicle traffic or fenced off in any way. Many unseen hazards exist within these areas and emergency personnel are unable to gain access or assist in the event of an accident or emergency. 

In addition, students are also unauthorized from tampering with any of the construction vehicles or property at any time. This includes moving or interfering with any cones or barriers observed on campus.


- Anna Pensyl-Shutt

Health and Wellness

Health and Wellness Services will still be open the week of 8/28-9/1 for in person appointments. Students can enter through the front door, but may need to walk on the gravel pathway in front of the building.

SLC Hours of Operation for Fall 2023

The Student Leadership Center will be open 7 days per week from 6AM - 10PM for the Fall 2023 Semester.  

- Sandra Burdick



ERGO is funded by the Student Senate and is freely distributed each semester.  Students, faculty, and staff are invited to submit their original works of art, poetry, and prose by sending them to  Dr. Aniko Constantine (SDC Bldg., Rm. 309), is the Faculty Advisor for ERGO.  If you wish, your submission could be published anonymously or under a pseudonym.

The first meeting is scheduled for Monday, September 11, 2023, at 4:00 p.m. in the Student Development Center faculty lounge located on the 2nd floor, Rm. 242.  This meeting is open to any students interested in possibly joining ERGO.  This committee will meet 5 or 6 times during the semester.

Take a moment and review one of our previous publications located in several of the buildings around campus.  


- Debra Tomm

New BIPOC Male Scholars Program

Are you a BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, Population of Color) Male?

Would you like to be part of a new Academic, Professional, and Social program?

Then apply to join Brother to Brother…


Brother to Brother is part of the newly created Alfred State BIPOC Scholars Program for enrolled male-identifying BIPOC Alfred State students in all programs that provides academic, social, and professional mentoring, support, and opportunities focused on persistence, retention, and success of the community at Alfred State.

The Brother to Brother program is under the direction of Dr. Brian Saltsman, Coordinator of BIPOC Scholars, and is facilitated by professional and student peer mentors. The program will utilize on-campus offices and personnel, community resources, and regionally available programs and opportunities to meet the needs of the target demographic population. The goals are to build intentional community for men of color at Alfred State, increase the retention rate of men of color, and increase success outcomes inside and outside of the classroom.

Men interested in learning more or joining the initial cohort are asked to fill out the student interest form found at

An interest and intake meeting will be held during the first week of Fall 2023. A schedule of events and resources will be distributed. Currently, the following are a sample of the included topics and events:

-- Financial Literacy and Management         -- 3x3 Basketball Tournament

-- Cooking and Grilling Clinics                      -- Academic Goal-setting & Check-ins

-- CPR/First Aid Training                               -- Men of Color Leadership Conference

-- Philanthropy Project  

- Brian Saltsman

Student Senate Executive Board 2023-2024

President - Kaytlin Cottrell

Executive Vice President - Lilith Holmes

Vice President of Finance - Isaiah Dempson

Vice President of Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging - Daniel Mitchell-Brown 

Vice President of Academic and Technology Affairs - Marlena Volpe

Vice President of Student Engagement - Danny Davis

Vice President of Student Life - D'Asia Grant

Vice President of Commuter Affairs - Michael Bianco

Vice President of Records and Organizations - Jianna Flora

Vice President of Wellsville Affairs - Amir Angevin

Student Senate Treasurer Training

Date: Tuesday, August 29th
Time: 7:00pm
Location: SLC 310 (Small Event Space).

The Student Senate Treasurer Training is MANDATORY for all Senate-funded clubs and organizations. 
Members must send their Club Treasurer and a secondary member of the Executive Board to receive the THREE incentive points for this event.

Members may represent more than one organization--be sure to sign in for both.

For more information:

If you cannot make this training due to work or class please e-mail Tyler Ribble,, as soon as possible. 

- Tyler Ribble