Campus Announcements

On Campus STI Testing

If you are sexually active, get tested!
FREE STI Testing by registered nurse:
Monday, 10/24/16, 12noon – 2PM
SUB Room 318
Tests for >chlamydia>gonorrhea
Results back in 48 hrs.
Brought to you by: Club ESRA~ This GRIZZ is Lookin’ Out 4 U!
《Education for Sexual Risk Avoidance》

Bea’s Retiring: Mark your Calendars!!!!!!!

There will be an Open House for Bea Martinez on Friday October 28, 2016 at the Student Business Services office (next door to Onestop) from 10:00am to 2:00pm. There will cake and hot apple cider.

Stop by and wish Bea a great retirement!

Get Out and Vote (Film screening of SELMA)

ASU hosts movie screening of

Starring David Oyelowo

A thrilling chronicle of Martin Luther King’s campaign to secure equal voting rights for African Americans in a march from Selma to Montgomery Alabama

Tuesday, November 1st
6:00 pm
Mc Daniel Hall Auditorium (MCD) 101
There will be an after film discussion

CEILO Brown Bag

It’s time for another interesting, engaging, and collaborative CIELO-Working Group Brown Bag.
See you in the Student Life Center at noon on Monday 10/24.

All students, faculty, and staff are invited. Feel free to bring your lunch.

**Updated, later start time** Network Outage tonight for system maintenance

In order to accommodate a few classes still in session, Computing Services will begin the Network Maintenance at 8:00 PM tonight, Thursday, October 20th.

We have also refined some of the steps involved with this maintenance, and are hoping to limit the downtime for ALL network services to roughly 1 hour.

Computing Services thanks you for your patience and understanding as we perform these critical maintenance activities. As always, if you have any questions, please call the ASU Computing Services Helpdesk at 7741 or contact us via email at

Have a great fall break!

Computing Services

Network Outage Thursday Night due to system maintenance – CS Maintenance

*Beginning at 6:00 PM this Thursday, October 20th, ALL network services will be down for roughly two hours as Computing Services implements critical system changes to improve network performance. We chose this window for maintenance due to the Fall Break, but if you have any concerns or questions, please call the ASU Computing Services Helpdesk as soon as possible at x7741 or via email at

Beginning at 9:00 PM, there will be very brief interruptions to network printing and a few other back-end systems as they are rebooted as part of their system maintenance.

Computing Services thanks you for your patience and understanding as we perform these critical maintenance activities. As always, if you have any questions, please call the ASU Computing Services Helpdesk at 7741 or contact us via email at

Have a great fall break!

Computing Services

Sacnas will be selling chile 10/19 in Porter

Come by Porter Wednesday Sacnas will be selling a chile meal with a mini desert from 11:00 to 1:00.

Bookstore and Grizzly Den Fall Hours

Bookstore will be closing at 4pm Wednesday – Friday ( 10/19 – 10/21) . The Grizzly Den will also be closing at 4pm Wednesday and be closed Thursday – Sunday (10/20 – 10/23). Have a good fall break!

Ellis Computer Lab (BUS 216)

The School of Business would like to announce that the Ellis Computer Lab (BUS 216) is now open to students. There are no computers but there is a printer which is supported by Computing Services. You will be able to print from your cell phones, tablets, and laptops. The room may also be used to charge your electronics.

Join Women’s Affinity Group

We welcome Faculty, Staff, & Students

To join us monthly for a free lunch 12-1

in the Student Union Building (SUB) banquet room

Just check in at La Mesa dining and let them know you are with the Women’s Affinity Group. Then grab a meal and join us in the banquet room. We discuss the upcoming planning for Women’s Week; the newly developing Women’s, Genders & Sexualities Center; women’s equality; equal pay; and other topics of need for women at ASU.

Meetings dates this semester:

October 14th, 2016

November 4th, 2016

December 2nd, 2016

No Open Swim October 18

Sorry for the late notice. No open swim October 18, due to volleyball game!

Grizzly Testing and Learning Center

The Grizzly Testing and Learning Center will be closed for Fall Break on Thursday, October 20th and Friday, October 21st.

All tutoring sessions have been cancelled unless previously arranged with a tutor. If you are not sure if you have an appointment, please contact us.

For any questions or concerns, please call (719)587-8189.

Have a great break!

Stop by the Writing Studio!

Are you having some trouble writing a paper for one of your classes? Need help with a resume or a scholarship essay? Feel free to stop by the Writing Studio in room 220 of McDaniel Hall. The tutors in the studio are trained to help across any discipline. This means you don’t have to be writing a paper for an English class to receive assistance. Our tutors are also able to help you with various styles of formatting such as APA, MLA, ASA, and Chicago.

The only catch is that the Writing Studio is not a laundry service. You cannot drop your paper off and come back for it later. The average session length is about 30 minutes. During this time our tutors will sit down and go over your paper with you.

If you’d like to stop by, you’re always free to walk right on in. You do not need an appointment; however, if you’d like to make an appointment, you can contact the studio using the contact information below.

The Writing Studio’s hours are as follows:

Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Wednesday: 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Friday: 9:00 am – 1:oo pm

Phone: 719-587-7898

Voter registration tools

As you know, voter registration is an essential step in being able to vote. A nonprofit called VotePlz just launched a Million Dollar National Sweepstakes to encourage you and your friends to check your registration status, and we thought you would be interested. The time to register for a mail-in ballot is NOW!

If you’d like to sign up, and engage your friends, for every person that checks their registration on using your unique referral link, you’ll gain one entry into the VotePlz sweepstakes (25 entry limit). You can share your referral link on any social network, via email, or on a campus bulletin board. The sweepstakes is open until November 2, although registration deadlines in many states are sooner (you can check here for deadlines and voting rules). Find further details at Prizes are as follows:

o Grand Prize (20 winners):
o Up to $50,000 in student loan debt forgiveness, up to $50,000 in scholarships OR $25,000 in cash
o Second Prize (2,000 winners):
o $20 prepaid gift card

VotePlz is a nonprofit, nonpartisan registration initiative meant to engage millennial voters through software and new online-first channels. We have a website and iPhone app meant to make voter registration easier than calling an Uber. We offer tools for users to check their registration, register to vote, and request absentee ballots, as well as a voting guide. We realize that in 2016, many students don’t have stamps or envelopes, so once you or your friends fill out the form and register, VotePlz offers free postage-paid PDFs you can print out to mail in registration in states that require it. And you might just end up with a year of your college free or your college debt paid off. For more information visit or email

If you would like to know more about the candidates for the elections, check out the non-partisan voter guides at: and join us at our political forum on Wednesday, October 19th from 5-7pm in Carson Auditorium. Local, regional and state candidate representatives will be in attendance.

Salazar Rio Grande Del Norte Center Paid Internship

The Salazar Internship is a competitive, paid internship, sponsored by the Emma & Henry Salazar donation, which supports the activities of the Salazar Rio Grande del Norte Center. The Salazar Center is dedicated to the study and preservation of the natural and cultural resources of the upper Rio Grande region. One intern per semester will participate in educational, curatorial, and/or research related activities to support the goals of the Salazar Center, which is located in the Luther Bean Museum. Training is part of the internship experience.