OPEN Dec 22nd-24th 8am -4pm.
CLOSED December 25th- January 4th;
OPEN Jan 5th- Jan 9th and Jan 12th-Jan 16th 8am-4pm; January MLK day 8am-6pm
Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Safe New Year!!!!
The Grizzly Testing and Learning Center Winter Break Hours (12/20/14 to 1/18/2014) are as follows:
December 20th-January 4th : Closed
Starting January 5th:
Monday – Friday: 9 am -4 pm
Have a safe and relaxing winter break!
The One Stop Student Services Center, in the Student Union Building, will be closed for Winter break December 25th-January 2nd.
We will reopen January 5, 2015 at 8 a.m.; phone lines will be forwarded to 719-587-7306.
Enjoy your holiday break!
MBS will be at the Bookstore until 6pm tonight (Thursday) and 8am to 5pm Friday to buy back unwanted textbooks. Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy and Safe New Year!!!
The Nielsen Library’s Winter Break Hours (12/20/14 – 1/18/15) are:
Monday – Friday:
8am – 5pm
Saturday and Sunday
Dec. 25 – Jan. 1
Have a great break!
Today will be the last Mindfulness Meditation session this semester. To end the semester with a bang there will be a holiday party in the Campus Ministry room at 5:30. Come and relief some stress with meditation and enjoy some pizza too!
Tonight (Tuesday) is Late Night Breakfast starting at 9pm in the cafeteria. You do not need a meal plan. Breakfast includes eggs, sausage, potatoes, biscuits & gravy and pancakes. There will be door prizes, entertainment and music.
Please empty your mailbox and pick up all department packages by this Friday, Dec. 19th.
Let David know if your department will be open Dec. 22 – 24th; he will assume you are CLOSED unless you tell him otherwise.
Sell your unwanted textbooks and enter a drawing!!!! Tuesday -Thursday 8am-6pm, Friday 8am-5pm this week (December 16-19th)Those of you who sold Books this morning see the Book Buyer. We buy Books even if you did not buy from the Bookstore.
See you soon. Good luck on finals.
Just a reminder that the Classified Employee’s Council is doing out annual holiday fund drive. We are collecting any change or donations you would like to give us. Tomorrow, Wednesday 12/17/14, we will also be doing a jeans day, if you donate $5 you can wear jeans. All of the money donated goes to students in need for Christmas. Please contact Leslie Widger at email@example.com if you have any questions or would like me to stop by to pick up your donation. Have a very Merry Christmas!!
Nominate them for the Presidential Teacher Award! This is your chance to help honor an ASU professor who you think has done an exceptional job of teaching, advising, and/or mentoring.
Deadline is December 19, 2014.
All you have to do is send the person’s name along with a paragraph stating why you think that person deserves the award to firstname.lastname@example.org or you can drop a hand-written nomination off at the One Stop (located in the Student Union Building – across from La Mesa Dining hall).
The Classified Employee’s council is once again having it’s annual Holiday Fund Drive. For 5 bucks you can wear jeans on Wednesday December 17, 2014. Show the spirit of giving and help a family need.
You can pay at:
Print Shop, Nielsen library, Carol Fell, TED & ETC Admins.
Human Resources, Eilleen Tilton, Dianne Lee, Regina Rice,
Office of the President, Cheryl Ravens, One Stop Business Office– Porter Hall
Rodney Martinez, Facilities Services, Bennie Chacon, Business Office,
Brenda Wilson, Housing, Leslie Widger, School of Business, Mitch Vigil, Facilities,
Patti Ortiz, Computing Services, Barbara Griego-Jones, HPPE
Are you the type of person who likes it all? A little bit of comedy? A little bit of drama? A little bit of romance? Come listen to the staged readings of ENG/THTR 279/379’s Writing the 10 Minute Play! This Tuesday and Wednesday evening (Dec. 15 & 16), in the Xperimental Theatre. Both nights start at 7:30pm. There will be 9 plays read each night, 18 plays in all! Come one evening or both! Any questions, ask Professor Jenna Neilsen email@example.com
The Upward Bound program is once again accepting applications for the positions of counseling assistant for the Spring 2015 semester. The counseling position entails meeting one-on-one with students to discuss college preparation and career counseling at target schools in the San Luis Valley. The program assistantship is a 15-hour per week salaried position of $9.50/hr. You must have 1-2 days free throughout the week in order to visit the schools. Mature undergraduate are urged to apply and those looking for counseling experience. Work-study is not required for this position. For more information or an application, please stop by the Upward Bound office in room 400, Richardson Hall or call 587-7865 or contact Paloma Mestas at firstname.lastname@example.org
There will be 20-minute meditation sessions on the hour on Study Day, December 15, beginning at 10 am until 1 pm in the Campus Ministry room. Come to the SUB Student Life Center to Rm. 119. All welcome! No experience necessary just come and experience some calm before finals.
Candace Knowlan will hold the space and offers spiritual listening and guidance.