NO summer financial aid has been disbursed for students as of May 16, 2013. We are completing critical financial aid processes at this time and do not expect ANY disbursement to be made for summer until Monday, May 20th at the earliest. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and we appreciate your patience during this time.
If you have any questions regarding your disbursement after May 20, 2013, please do not hesitate to contact us via phone at (719) 587-7306 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
In Alamosa for the summer and looking for a way to travel around, free of cost? Well here’s your chance : Stop into Adams State Adventure Program HQ and rent a yellow bike, free of charge, for a week at a time, all you’ll need is your Student ID! They’re going quickly so be sure to call us at 719–587-7813 or stop in the shop to reserve one.
The following maintenance activities will take place tonight, Thursday May 16th, 2013 during our normally scheduled maintenance window beginning at 9:00 PM:
-Employee and TEC Classroom computers will receive critical security patches for Firefox, Flash, Adobe Reader, Windows, Office, .Net framework and Powershell beginning at 9 PM. Employees are encouraged to log out and leave their computers on when leaving for the day. This will enable these updates to run overnight and minimize any impact to our users.
-Also beginning at 9 PM, we will be upgrading and migrating the ASU email lists to our new storage cluster. User impact will be very minimal for this 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 email@example.com
Today (Thurs.) is the last day to sell back your unwanted textbooks in the Bookstore.
If your Academic Department/Building has any move and/or carpet cleaning requests, please submit a work order at the end of June and it will be added to the annual cleaning of that building as time allows our Custodial Department. Staff is concentrating on resident housing cleaning at this time. If you have any question, please call Lisa at 587-7951 or Rodney at 587-8158.
Thank you in advance,
Finals and school are finished for the Spring Semester and the ASAP Rental Shop will be operating during the summer! Hours will generally be 12-6pm, Monday through Fri, however these are apt to change, so please feel free to give us a call before you stop in.
We still have to follow general rental procedures and policies, however since these hours may fluctuate, we may be able to make exceptions, so any problems/issues/questions let us know!
Are you a fan of Star Trek … The Twilight Zone … The Lion King … Porkys? Then you will love Shakespeare!
From the American Old West to Star Trek and comic books, William Shakespeare’s works have been continually adapted and re-interpreted to remain a constant and powerful presence in
This one-credit workshop expands our understanding of Shakespeare’s influence on popular culture by exploring the various ways that his plays have been presented to new audiences. Great for fans and teachers of Shakespeare! Even if you have never seen or read a Shakespearean play, you will enjoy this course!!
Earn lower or upper division college credit!
June 21 – 22
THTR 292 or THTR 392
Instructor: Dr. John Taylor
We will be hiring a Campus Card Attendant for the Student Union Office to begin working on June 3rd. You must have work study, and take 6 credit hours of classes during the summer. The job will be approximately 25 hours per week. Please apply at the SUB Office on the 3rd floor, Room 321. We have application forms available here.
There’s still room in Writing and Being, Writing and the Body, and Writing and Place, three one-credit creative writing workshops taught by Kathy Park Woolbert the first three weekends in June before she moves out of the valley to go work on a horse ranch. All three are a Friday evening/Saturday combo sure to get your creativity hopping, jumping and sparking.
Adams State University has adjusted its Spring Break schedule to coincide with many San Luis Valley public school calendars, announced University President David Svaldi.
“Although our academic calendar was already set through 2015, we believe aligning our break with the school districts’ will eliminate a hardship for our students and faculty with school-age children,” Svaldi said.
The university’s Spring Breaks are now scheduled for March 24-28, 2014, and March 23-27, 2015.
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Are you interested in improving your Word 2010 skills and/or receiving one credit? If so, this is the workshop for you! The class will review basic Word skills, and this will be followed by a discussion of intermediate and advanced topics. The workshop takes you step by step through the Word features that you are likely to use in both your personal and business life. The workshop will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, May 17th and from 8-5 on Saturday, May 18th. Contact Dr. Linda Reid for more details at 587-7131.
Bookstore will be open 8am to about an hour after master’s graduation! Have a great summer and Congratulations!
Bookstore starts it summer hours this Monday, May 13th, through August 16th from 7:30am to 4pm M-F, closed Saturday and Sunday.