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Dr. Mauro excited to build on momentum as he opens spring semester at Alfred State


Alfred State President Dr. Steven Mauro shares success stories and college updates to kick off the spring 2023 semester

Alfred State College President Dr. Steven Mauro applauded the success stories of the fall semester and shared his excitement for the upcoming spring semester as he delivered his State of Alfred State address.

After introducing new employees of the college, Mauro focused on points of pride for the accomplishments made by faculty and staff. He highlighted the culinary arts five-course dinner, the nursing department’s partnership with the Bethesda Foundation, the accreditation of the architecture program, Dr. Mark Whitman’s new book, and the increased efforts of the Student Success Center to assist in the learning process.

He then shared success stories of Alfred State students highlighting the purpose of the college. He congratulated the Design-Build team that won their competition, noted the success of Pioneer student-athletes, and spoke on the service and leadership opportunities that current students have taken part in.

Finally, he focused on the promise that the college makes to support the college community and surrounding area. He shared the details of the efforts made by the Health and Wellness Office to the mental and physical health of students, highlighted the support of alumni to the college, and gave updates on committees working to better the college.

“We have accomplished so much in my short time here. I am proud to be part of this team and proud of the perseverance and dedication our team has shown to build momentum for even greater things this semester and beyond.”

Mauro wrapped up his message by providing updates on college goals that he outlined at the start of the school year.

Classes for the spring semester begin on Monday, Jan. 23

An Alfred State degree gets results!

At Alfred State College, hands-on experience leads to career success. An emphasis on real-world training enables students to reach goals and develop the skills needed to thrive at in-demand jobs. With 80 majors, 80+ clubs and civic groups, and 17 NCAA Division III sports, Alfred State prepares students to become leaders, achievers, and Pioneers who are ready to Hit the Ground Running …

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