Accepted students are invited to participate in our overnight visit program.
|Tuesday, Feb. 18 - Wednesday, Feb. 19|
|Thursday, Feb. 20 - Friday, Feb. 21||NYC (five boroughs) students only:|
|Tuesday, March 24 - Wednesday, March 25||Tuesday, April 14 - Wednesday, April 15|
|Thursday, March 26 - Friday, March 27|
What is Experience Alfred?
A program designed to offer high school seniors, who have been accepted, the opportunity to visit and witness first-hand the Alfred State community.
What is involved?
An overnight stay, a campus tour, an academic department tour, several information sessions, campus dining, meeting current and future Alfred State students, exposure to the life lived by our students here on campus, as well as an opportunity to have all of your questions answered.
Where do I sleep?
Spend the night in a residence hall with a current Alfred State student. Student hosts are proven campus leaders who are involved in a variety of campus clubs and organizations.
Will I get to visit my specific academic department?
Yes, all students attending this program will meet with a representative from the program they have been accepted to and will have the opportunity to ask questions specific to their major.
Do I need spending money?
Meals are provided and any activity organized for Experience Alfred is at no additional cost to you beyond your initial $20 registration fee. Bring money if you wish to make a purchase at the campus store. Please note, those riding the bus should bring money for meal stops to and from Alfred State.
Academic department tour
Overnight accommodations in one of our residence halls with a current student
Dinner upon arrival
Lunch prior to departure
The program begins at 4:30 p.m. and will conclude at 1 p.m. the following day.
Please note you must be 17 or older at the time of the event to participate.
What to bring:
Checklist of personal items needed:
- Visitor parking pass for those driving (emailed to you with confirmation letter)
- Sleeping bag and pillow
- Toiletries, towel, and washcloth
- Alarm clock
- Warm clothing and comfortable shoes
- Spending money (not required)
- Appropriate clothing if you plan to use the indoor rock climbing wall
School of Applied Technology Checklist:
If you're in one of the following majors, be sure to bring the personal protection items noted below for your visit to your academic department:
We can’t wait to see you! map of check-in and departure locations (pdf)