Alfred University Review

Alfred University is a private university with state-sponsored programs in engineering, art and design situated 100 miles from Buffalo, New York, USA. Alfred was created in 1836 as the Select School by Seventh Day Baptists as a non-sectarian institution. 31 states and 20 countries are symbolized by the approximately 2,000 undergraduate students of Alfred University, who are provided more than 40 undergraduate majors, internships, investigation and study abroad possibilities.
Alfred University is specifically well known for its courses in ceramic art, ceramic engineering, glass engineering. Art & Design students can study in Italy and England while engineering students have prospects in Europe, Japan and New Zealand.
Alfred’s four private colleges are The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, The College of Business, The Inamori School of Engineering, and The Graduate School. Financed by Alfred University and Alfred State College, the annual “Hot Dog Day” is a day full of games, live music, mud Olympics and hot dogs, proceeds benefit regional charitable organizations.
The school’s talisman is the Saxon, a knight in shining armor.