Efforts to help college students cope with stress, have a better focus in class, and be more productive, have earned Alfred State a bronze award in a national competition.
Alfred State came in third in the statewide rankings, which were created using a methodology that weighs affordability, enrollment, graduation rates, student outcomes, and other data curated from the National Center of Education Statistics (NCES).
For the third time, the Alfred State Basic Utility Vehicle (BUV) Team came out on top in a national competition.
The National Research Center for College and University Admissions’ (NRCCUA) 2015 Enrollment Power Index Report has awarded Alfred State an “A-minus” overall grade on its newly implemented responsive design website, www.alfredstate.edu, which launched in November 2014.
Greg Sammons, Alfred State vice president for Student Affairs, said the invitation to become a Lead Advisory Institution emphasizes Alfred State’s growing reputation as a leader in civic engagement best practices within higher education.
The Affordable Colleges Foundation has announced that Alfred State ranks 23rd on its list of Top Online Associate Degrees for 2015.