Student Announce September 26, 2023

Homecoming Family Weekend Basket Raffle

Homecoming Family Weekend is fast approaching and it is time to start thinking  about our Annual Basket Raffle!  Is your department or organization interested in donating a basket for the raffle?  We encourage you to come up with a unique and fun theme for your basket!  Please reach out to Sandra Burdick at or by calling X4098 to let us know if you are planning on donating a basket.  Baskets will need to be wrapped in cellophane and delivered to the Office of Student Engagement in the Student Leadership Center no later than Wednesday, October 11th.  Baskets will be displayed and tickets can be purchased in the Student Leadership Center in Room 204 on Friday, October 13th from 10am until 4pm and again at Homecoming on Saturday, October 14th during the tailgate festivities with tickets being drawn at halftime.  Tickets will be sold as a sheet of 25 tickets for $10.  You may purchase multiple sheets if desired.

- Sandra Burdick

AIAS Merchandise Sale

We are excited to announce that AIAS is launching a merch sale featuring an exclusive Alfred State Skyline logo!  We are selling t-shirts, sweatshirts, quarter zips and stickers. Please use the link below to access the order form and place your order. The sale will be open from now until Wednesday, October 4th, so be sure to place your order before then. Make sure to share with friends and family even if they are not in architecture; this logo cannot be found in the bookstore! 


Thank you, and please email with any questions. 


AIAS Merch Sale Order Form

Parking Lot Closures - Career Fair

Parking Lots 20 and 20A (near Pioneer Stadium) will be CLOSED at 4pm on Tuesday September 26th. Students that are being required to move their vehicles from parking lot 20 or 20A, may park in any open STUDENT lot between 4pm on the 26th and the conclusion of the Career Fair on the 27th. Parking Lots 20 and 20A will reopen Wednesday afternoon. Vehicles that remain in closed parking lots, or re-enter after the closing time are subject to a parking summons. 

Please continue to monitor your daily announces, as there will be many parking lot closures throughout the academic year.

- Jaime Dennis-Howe

Calling All Commuters!


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! Executive Board positions are open. Vice Committee-Chairman, Public Relations Officer, and Event Coordinator, all positions are posted in the CC Constitution.

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

- Calsey Bump

MINI-BREAK Dining Hours

Be sure to follow ACES on our social media platforms to stay up-to-date with our upcoming events, menus, hours, and more!




- Amy Keyes

Room Condition Reports

Dear Residential Student, 

Prior to your arrival, Residential Services staff documented the condition of your room and its contents. This information will be used when you vacate the space, or as concerns arise, to determine whether any damage or excessive wear may have occurred, and to assess any necessary charges. 

Your “Room Condition Report” will be made available via eRezLife and you will have until September 29 to confirm its accuracy or note any discrepancies you may find. If you choose not to confirm or comment by September 29, the original report will be accepted as accurate, and you be responsible for any changes to the condition of the room that may be found during future inspections or when you vacate the space. NOTE: If you have a roommate, please review the report with them as one copy will be sent per pair of roommates. 

To access, review, and acknowledge your Room Condition Report: 

  1. Sign in to  

  1. Click on the “Sign Up For Housing” icon 

    a.(This will redirect to eRezLife) 
  2. In the “Home” menu, navigate to “Forms” -> “My Forms” -> “Room Condition Report Form” 

  3. Review the room condition report and then, under the “Resident Acknowledgement” section, select either “Yes” or “No” 

    a. If you select “No,” you will need to describe the discrepancy (e.g., “The desktop is scratched”) and upload a photo.  
  4. Finally, select “Confirmation to Building Professional” and choose the staff member responsible for your residence hall: 


Facility: Professional 

Braddon Hall: Hunter Lincoln 

Burdick Hall:Joshua Benitez 

Getman Hall: Mary Chamberlain 

MacKenzie Apartments, East & North: Lee Wascher 

MacKenzie South & West: Patrick DeFoe 

Main Gates A & B: Tyler Richards 

Peet Hall: Megan Jones 

R/C Hall: Don Schrader 

Shults Hall: Janel Farrell 

Townhouses: Don Schrader 


Kind Regards, 

Lee Wascher, Area Coordinator

- Lee Wascher

Sustainability Club Hiking Event!

Fall is right around the corner here at Alfred State. Sustainability Club would like to invite everyone to a fall hike on Wednesday, September 27th at 6pm. We will be meeting at Student Lot # 22 by Orvis at 6pm. We will be hiking some of the Alfred State Hiking Trails just in time to see the beautiful fall foliage.  Please remember to dress warmly, wear closed toed shoes and get ready to rest and relax with us!


Please email JoAnna Musacchio, Sustainability Club President, at if you have any questions regarding the hike. 

- Anna Pensyl-Shutt

Volunteer Thank You - Celebrate Alfred: Day of Service

This past Saturday nearly 100 people came together from the Village of Alfred, Alfred State, and Alfred University to put some care into our shared community and our students were front and center as engaged participants. To all involved on the day, thank you for your service!  Very proud to be part of such a contributive community and look forward to seeing where this culture of care takes us next! 

For any student, faculty, or staff looking to get involved in more initiative like this, we'd love to hear from you (!

- Cyan Corwine

Annual FERPA Notification – Student Records and Financial Services

 Annually, the Student Records and Financial Services Office informs students of their rights under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).  Please review the Annual FERPA Notification for more information. 

- Tamara Knapp

Water Shut Down

The water in Main Gate B will be shut off on Tues., September 26 from 10-11 a.m. to repair a plumbing valve. If you  have any questions or concerns, please call the Facilities main office at 4750.

- Rachel Brandow

Mini Break and Residence Halls

Residential Services would like to remind students that while Mini-break is occurring, our residence halls will not close nor are students required to leave for break. Our residence halls will still be staffed by Resident Directors during standard business hours for mini-breaks. We encourage you to call your building's RA on Duty number if you are in need of assistance. 

Please note, that the Student Code of Conduct and License of Residence will be enforced during the mini-break and any violation of the Student Code of Conduct or License of Residence will be dealt with accordingly. 

For any questions, please contact Residential Services at or 607-587-4371.

- Donald Schrader

What is REV+FLOW fitness?

What is REV+FLOW fitness? It is functional mobility that is low impact and high intensity at the same time. It is a one of a kind workout that is kind to your body as you develop strength, toning, balance, and flexibility. We offer a weekly class for students, faculty and staff on Thursdays from 5 - 6 pm in The Studio at the Pioneer Center. Yoga mats and light (optional) hand weights are provided. Watch this short promotional video to see what you might expect during the REV+FLOW class. If you have questions, contact Lynn Hayes at


- Lynn Hayes

Alfred's Got Talent Auditions

Students, do you sing, dance, perform magic tricks or comedy? What about juggling, reciting poetry, or riding a unicycle? We know you have talent and we want to see it! Alfred's Got Talent, Fall 2023 will be taking place on Friday, October 13. If you are interested in showcasing your talent, reach out to Calsey Bump to schedule an audition at Audition dates will be Tuesday, September 26 and Wednesday, September 27 by appointment only from 6-8PM. Location to be announced!



- Calsey Bump

Pioneer Center Building: Rec Room is OPEN!

Did you know that we have a Rec Room in the Pioneer Building?  Come on in and play a game of pool, foosball, darts, and air hockey!  Tables and chairs are available for doing homework or to sit with your friends after grabbing a meal a the Feast Beast.  Just looking for a place to lounge and hang out?  We have lots of soft furniture too!  We also host events each week so check out Pioneer Link or Corq to see what's going on.  Bring your friends!

- Sandra Burdick