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What on EARTH?

Dr. Jones passes the torch Three years ago, Dr. Marty Jones, professor of chemistry, helped to form ASC’s sustainability group, EARTH (Education, Awareness & Action for Transportation, Resources, and Health). After three years, he is stepping down as the group’s coordinator, but will continue as an active member of the group. Dr. Marty Jones Among […]

Nursing Dept. hosts successful site visit

Dr. Aida Sahud, Director of the Nursing Education Program, reports a very positive recent site visit by the consultant from the Colorado State Board of Nursing. The consultant was favorably impressed by the department faculty and students, as well as by various support systems for the college: Grizzly Testing & Diego Trujillo, Resource librarian Mary […]

Student clubs help with care packages for soldiers

The ASC Clubs & AmeriCorps are participating with the SLV Blue Star Moms in a Care Package Project for soldiers who have been deployed to war. They are collecting non-perishable items to send. The next mail off date is June 21. If you are interested in donating, below are the sites where you can drop […]

ASC Model U.N. sole U.S. representative at conference in Greece

ASC Model U.N. sole U.S. representative at conference in Greece Six ASC students and their advisor, Dr. Mari Centeno, participated in the Thessaloniki International Student Model United Nations conference, held April 7-11 at the University of Macedonia in Thessaloniki, Greece. ASC’s was the only team from the United States to have ever attended the ThessisMUN […]

Students & Faculty volunteered to provide Tax Help Colorado 2010

Student and faculty volunteers from the School of Business, in cooperation with the Piton Foundation, provided free tax return assistance to 485 community members this spring. A combined total of more than $676,000  was refunded. Jeanie O’Laughlin, assistant professor of business told the story of one client who was living at La Puente, the homeless […]

Adams State psychology students present research, meet psychology legend

For the fourth consecutive year, psychology students and faculty represented Adams State College at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association’s (RMPA) annual convention. The convention, celebrating its 80th year, was held in Denver April 15-17. In attendance were 14 students and 3 faculty: Jacque Archuleta, Samantha Campbell, Lisa Chirieleison, Doug Colman, Cathi Lucero Connell, Alex Espinoza, […]

ASC Student Media attend Rocky Mountain Communication Association Conference

Representatives from KASF-FM and The Paw Print gave a presentation about Adams State student media at the annual Rocky Mountain Communication Association (RMCA) conference, held April 17 in Loveland, Colo. RMCA brings together colleges and universities from Colorado and Wyoming to exchange scholarly and pedagogical ideas. Laura Garcia, assistant general manager for KASF, and Emma […]

Newman Club expands border awareness

Ten student members of the Newman Club traveled to Tucson, Ariz., for a border awareness experience over spring break. BorderLinks is a leading program in experiential education that raises awareness and inspires action around global political economics Among the activities the group participated in were immigration simulations using role-playing; a visit to Southside Presbyterian church, […]

ASC to receive $100,000 Walmart Minority Student Success Award

ASC transitions to Direct Loan Program

For student loans, Adams State College will begin participating exclusively in the Federal Direct Lending Program (DL) for the 2010-11 aid year. Consequently, ASC will withdraw from the Federal Family Education Loan (FFEL) lending program in which students borrow funds for education from private lenders (usually banks or credit unions). With the Direct Loan program, […]

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