Lodging & Living
Alfred University is a residential, student-centered, vibrant living/learning community located on a beautiful 232 acre campus with more than 50 academic and residential buildings plus another 400 acres of nearby recreational land.
- MostArts B & B at the Brick
- Saxon Inn
- Microtel Wellsville
- Best Western Hornell
- The Mustard Seed Inn Bed & Breakfast
- The Hann Homestead Inn
- Lake Lodge Camping
- Crow's Nest Cabin Woodland Retreat
Ample parking is available in student and faculty lots during the summer. No parking passes are required.
Alfred, NY is accessible for day trips to and from Niagara Falls (2 hours), Corning Museum of Glass (1 hour), Finger Lakes Wineries (30+ minutes), and Rochester area attractions (1+ hour).
Visit our Community page for information on area events and attractions in the summer. You can also learn about services available locally, such as banks, grocery stores, the farmers' market, pharmacy, etc. Summer activities include carillon recitals, hiking, swimming, Tai Chi, and visiting the shops in downtown Alfred.
Alfred University Bookstore
Located on the main floor of the Powell Campus Center in the center of the campus, the Bookstore carries a wide range of art supplies, tools, and materials.
Meals are available to purchase on a walk-in basis in Ade dining hall or Modified Meal Plan: $21.50 (two meals/day/person), or at restaurants in the Village of Alfred. There are a variety of restaurants within both walking and driving distance of campus.
All University buildings are smoke-free.
Animals are not allowed in any University building unless trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability.
100% network-wired, with wireless zones in selected locations.
Visit the library web pages for complete information and summer hours.
Health Care Services
On-campus health services are closed during the summer. Emergency Care (24 hours a day, 7 days a week) options nearby include:
St. James Mercy Hospital
411 Canisteo St., Hornell, NY 14843
It’s warm and sunny most of the time with typical daytime highs in the 70s and 80s.
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