Campus Announcements

Rex Activity Center – Summer Update

Dear ASU Community, The City of Alamosa Recreation Center will be offering $10 per month passes, starting this May, for Adams State University students, staff, administration, and faculty with valid ASU ID. This opportunity to purchase a City Rec Pass … Continue reading

Found Item

An iPod with headphones has been found. Please contact the Adams State Adventure Program if you believe this item is yours. You will be expected to provide a description and a playlist.

ASU Faculty Lecture Series: The Parkinson’s Disease Protien

Please join us for the last Faculty Lecture of the semester on Wednesday, April 23rd at 7pm in Porter Hall 130. Dr. Aaron Moehlig, Assistant Professor of Chemistry, will give a talk titled “Alpha-Synuclein: The Parkinson’s Disease Protein”. Light refreshments … Continue reading

Tickets now on sale for THE OUTSIDERS

Adams State University Theatre proudly presents S.E. Hinton’s THE OUTSIDERS. Call today for your ticket to see this popular novel come alive on stage. April 26, May 2, and 3 @ 7:30 p.m. May 4 @ 2 p.m. Call 587-TIXX … Continue reading

Summer work study

If you are interested in work study for summer, you need to be enrolled for 6 credit hours during the summer. Contact the department you are interested in working for to see if they have work study funding available for … Continue reading

Easter Sale!!

Art League is having an Easter sale this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday outside the SUB. We have Jewelry, scarves, pins, hand-made flowers, chocolate eggs, and more! Proceeds will go toward our three day, two night trip next semester to Santa … Continue reading

ASU C.A.S.A. House to visit Fiber Space Art Studio 4/18

ASU C.A.S.A. House to visit Fiber Space Art Studio in Alamosa, CO Friday 18th, NOON to 3 pm (you may come and go to accommodate work and class schedule). This field trip is sponsored by the Sangre de Cristo National … Continue reading

Thesis Presentation

All are invited to attend “FEMALE ATHLETE SHAME: COACHING BEHAVIOR AND SHAME-COPING RESPONSES” a thesis defense by Alex Shultz on Monday, April 21 at 3pm in East Campus 101.

Sociology Club Meeting

Come Join Sociology Club! We will be meeting Friday, April 18, MCD 304, at 1 p.m. We will be discussing club trips, activities, and future meeting agendas for next semester. We will also be discussing induction into the Alpha Kappa … Continue reading

MYTHOLOGY CAMP!!! *Camp = Summer Course

Need a upper level English course? Interested in classical mythology? Want to knock out a 300-level course in JUST 3 WEEKS? Take ENG 359 this summer! The course runs from June 9th through June 26th, M-R from 8:00-11:10. Yes, I … Continue reading


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IMPORTANT Heartbleed Update- All faculty, staff and students MUST change passwords by May 14th

As mentioned in last week’s email, Computing Services has now finished taking all actions to patch our systems due to the Heartbleed security vulnerability. Now that our systems are patched, ALL students and employees will be required to change their … Continue reading

Faculty/Course Evaluation Open Sunday 4/20/14

Please take the time to evaluate your Spring 2014 courses online between Sunday, April 20, 2014 and Sunday, May 4, 2014. It is easy, it is anonymous, and it is important. Simply go to the One Stop Student Services web-page, … Continue reading


Hello everyone, Please join us in placing Dr. Ed Lyell, Professor of Business and Economics, in the HOT SEAT! Being a professor for many years, he has knowledge and experience that will inspire us all. Please come with any questions … Continue reading

Lifeways Lecture Series features “The Ethics of La Querencia” by Joseph Gallegos

Joseph Gallegos will be presenting a lecture on “The Ethics of La Querencia,” as part of the Lifeways Lecture Series. Join us, and some very special guests, on Thursday, April 17, 2014. The lecture will be held in McDaniel 201, … Continue reading