General Emergency and Ancillary Assistance Services
- Emergency and Campus Security Information: Emergency Information (or call 911)
- General Public Safety Information: Office of Public Safety
- Experiencing or Witnessing an Incident of Bias: Bias Response Team
- Emergency Food Resources: Alfred University Food Pantry
- One-Time Financial Assistance (textbook purchases or emergency situations): Student Affairs (or call 607-871-2132)
- Funding for Applied and Experiential Learning (APEX): APEX
- First-Generation Student Support:
Some of your professors and AU staff know what it feels like to be the first in your family to go to college. Visit our First Generation Allies page for a list of the faculty and staff who want to act as mentors; you have permission to contact any of them.
- Absence Notification to Faculty: If you have an emergency at home, or an illness that takes you away from campus, the Student Affairs office can notify your faculty. You will still need to contact them yourself, but this provides some quick help in emergency situations. Call Student Affairs at 607-871-2132 or email us with your situation and the length of time you expect to be away. We’ll take care of the notifications.
- Emergency Break Housing: If you are in need of housing due to financial reasons, we can provide limited options at no cost by contacting the Office of Residence Life. Students will be asked to meet briefly with the Director of Residence Life to determine the dates needed and verify need, and an action plan will be created given that there are fewer services available over breaks.
Free On-Campus Services*
*Students DO NOT need to pay additional for these resources and services.
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