Campus Announcements

Women and Memoir, and The Prison Memoir

Living a life that just has to be written about? Please consider these two ENG 279 memoir classes offered through ASU Extended Studies. Women and Memoir is available as a print-based course, or online; The Prison Memoir is only print-based. … Continue reading

Message to students regarding illegal file sharing

As the fall semester gets underway, I’m writing to remind you of the risks involved with illegal downloading and/or sharing of copyrighted music, movies, games and software over the Internet. Unauthorized obtaining, sharing or offering such copyrighted material is illegal … Continue reading

Scholarship contest

BANNER CONTEST: There will be a contest for the best design, to be used for the second annual Women’s Week banner. Anyone may submit an entry (no limit to number of entries) and entries may be submitted by a team. … Continue reading

Need more scholarship money? Have you or anyone in your family worked in agriculture?

The CAMP program has one scholarship left for the 2014-2015 school year. If you or a family member worked in agriculture in a seasonal (75 days out of the last 24 months) or migrant form, you may qualify for additional … Continue reading

Homecoming Sweatshirts

Hey, Everyone! Homecoming is October 10-11th and we still have homecoming sweatshirts on sale in the Alumni Relations Office, located in Porter Hall, room 144. The sweatshirts are $22. We also have kids shirts that are AWESOME! There are limited … Continue reading

*Attention Non-Art Majors!

Art League is putting together a gallery show consisting of work done ONLY by non-art majors. The show is set for late October/early November. We are open to any and all media as well as theatrical or musical performances. The … Continue reading

Health Career Fair October 4th

The Department of Biology & Earth Science is hosting a Health Career Fair on Saturday, October 4th, from 10 am-2 pm in the SUB Banquet rooms. Representatives from the University of Colorado Anschutz Campus, Rocky Vista University College of Osteopathic … Continue reading

Tickets on Sale for Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde

The Adams State University Theatre Program opens it 2014-2015 season with Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde directed by Dr. Paul S. Newman, professor of theatre. The play opens this Friday night at 7:30 p.m. It runs October 3, 4, 10, … Continue reading

Kindred Spirits Luncheon, Wednesday, Oct. 1

CEILO invites all faculty and staff to the next Kindred Spirits luncheon this Wednesday, October 1, from 12:00 – 1:00. Carol Smith, Library Director, will be leading a book discussion on “The Other Wes Moore”. This is the Common Reading … Continue reading

Lifeways Lecture Series features “The Art of the Santero” by Geronimo Olivas

Geronimo Olivas, a local artist, will be presenting a lecture on “The Art of the Santero,” as part of the Lifeways Lecture Series on Thursday, October 2, 2014. The lecture will be held in McDaniel Hall room 201, and begins … Continue reading

ASU Poker Club, Thursdays

We are back to our regular time! Registration begins at 7 pm and game starts at 7:30 pm in the Loft. Everyone is welcome.

ASAP Rock Climbing!

What a better way to spend a beautiful fall day than climbing up a rock face here in the San Luis Valley?! Learn instructional top-rope rock climbing from our experienced ASAP staff while enjoying crazy-good food and people who are … Continue reading

Let’s go Mountain Biking!

One of the best ways to spend a fall October day in the San Luis Valley is outside. ASAP is going mountain biking for the day to enjoy the cool weather and the fall colors. ASAP is getting out to … Continue reading

Rex Activity Center Update – Basketball Court Closure Noon-1PM

Starting Oct 1st, 2014 from Noon-1PM the Rex basketball court will be closed for Yoga Mon-Thurs. The Plachy Field House will be open from 11AM-1PM for Basketball during this time (Mon-Thurs). A student ID will be required to utilize the … Continue reading

ASU Faculty Lecture Series – The Black Legend and Hispanic History

Please join us Wednesday, October 1st, for our next Faculty Lecture titled “The Black Legend and Hispanic History: Then and Now”, by Nick Saenz, Assistant Professor of History. The lecture will start at 7:00pm, Wednesday, October 1st, in Porter Hall … Continue reading