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Posts from ‘October, 2015’

New AEDs on Campus Thanks to AS&F Campus Impact Fund

AS&F has been highlighted in the ASU News Blog for having funded the purchasing of 7 new AEDs for campus! Check out the article here. Thank you to all who made this possible for our campus, along with all other projects funded by our first CIF process of the fall semester!

Computing Service Maintenance for Thursday, October 29th, 2015

Beginning at 9:00 PM, we will be performing maintenance on several back-end systems. The impact will be very minimal as the systems will be rebooted. The file server (home and shared directories) will be down for roughly 30 minutes. Computing Services thanks you for your patience and understanding as we perform these critical maintenance activities. […]

Message from President McClure

As an individual or an organization begins to change and move forward in a positive manner, it seems that negative forces join together to try and prevent the forward momentum. Many of us have experienced this as we try a new diet or exercise program, only to find that our friends or family will poke […]

AS&F funds acquisition of lifesaving devices

Thanks to a commitment by AS&F (Associated Students & Faculty – student government) of $7,000 from its Campus Impact Fund, the campus recently acquired seven new Automated External Defibrillators, or AEDs. Eleven additional AEDs are also available across campus. “AS&F has left ‘a legacy’ for all current and future ASU staff, students, and visitors to […]

ASU Police Department upgrades fleet

The ASU Police Department recently replaced its aging, high-mileage police cars with new or newer AWD SUVs and FWD cars. The cars are emblazoned with the ASUPD logo and painted in the black and white theme adopted by other SLV police agencies. “This gives ease of recognition and helps create a sense of unity among […]

Health Fair & FREE screenings – Nov. 11

ASU/CHEIBA Health Fair & FREE screenings Wednesday, November 11 7-11a.m. SUB 309 In its continued effort to keep ASU employees healthy, Human Resources again offers FREE comprehensive health screening and flu shots at the upcoming health fair. The blood draws and health screens are FREE for faculty, classified, and exempt staff and ANY dependents covered […]

Rex presents Wellness Week

The Adams State University Rex Recreation and Wellness Center will host a week-long series of events celebrating health and wellness, Nov. 2-8, in cooperation with campus clubs and departments and community organizations. All events and workshops are free and open to the public. Read more.  

Be aware of slippery sidewalks

The grounds department of Facilities Services is in the process of winterizing the campus sprinkler systems. Please be cautious when walking on wet sidewalks, as they can be slippery. There will be hissing noises coming from the sprinkler, as well as some water on the sidewalks.

Veterans & Military Affairs office moved to Pettys Hall

Matt Martinez, the Veterans and Military Affairs Coordinator since 2013, has assumed all Veteran Affairs duties previously housed in the Records Office. He is the primary point of contact for all VA related questions and he will be submitting all future certifications. The Veterans Center is now located in Pettys Hall. Martinez can be reached […]

2014 Annual Security & Fire Safety Report

The ASU Police Department announced the 2014 Annual Security and Fire Safety Report is now accessible online. The website and ASFSR contain information regarding campus security and personal safety, as well as information about crime statistics for the three previous calendar years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus; in certain off-campus buildings or property […]

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