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Posts from ‘December, 2010’

Happy Holidays and Friendly Reminders from AS&F

Only one more week Adams State!  Whether it’s your first, last, or somewhere in between semester, CONGRATS on making it through!   Now, it’s time for just the last leg of the semester, and it’s Winter Break time! Now for some friendly reminders…. The AS&F Office will be closed for Winter Break December 20, 2010, and […]

Marguerite Salazar gives commencement address

ES Building Relocations

New office areas listed

Student & Program News

Student groups help others.

ASC begins major Enrollment Growth Research

An enrollment growth research project is underway, in coordination with the consulting firm Noel-Levitz. The project’s steering committee, headed by Dr. Michael Mumper, is currently seeking faculty and staff to serve on subcommittees for specific components of the research. One of the major objectives is to develop more long term and sustainable revenue streams to […]

Holiday Break Schedule

The college will be closed from Fri., Dec. 24, through Jan. 2, 2011. All offices reopen Monday, Jan. 3. The paid holiday schedule is as follows: Thursday, Dec. 23: Full Work day. (Vacation time can be taken with supervisor’s approval). Fri., Dec. 24: Christmas Day Holiday Mon., Dec. 27: President’s Day (saved from Feb. 15, […]

CEC events help others

The Classified Employee Council conducted two Craft Fairs on campus, raising $730 toward the CEC Scholarship Fund. The organization’s annual holiday “gift basket” program is still accepting donations. To date, 15 students and families will receive a gift card. Donations and suggestions of others that might need help may be made to Kristin Young-Jaramillo, ext. […]

Faculty & Staff News

Faculty & Staff Achievements Luther Bean Museum was packed with literature fans Dec. 7, as English department faculty read their work at “Wrap Yourself up in Words.” Presenters included Aaron Abeyta, Peter Anderson, Dr.Carol Guerrero-Murphy, Richard Hamilton, Dr. David MacWilliams, and Kathy Park Woolbert. Dr. Jared Beeton, assistant professor of earth sciences, was elected to […]

ASC Plans Trip to Africa for the Summer of 2011

Jesse Medina The Paw Print Have you ever wanted to experience the Serengeti first hand? Does the thought of mingling with exotic animals and cultures scratch where you itch? Then you’re in luck. A trip to Africa is being offered right here at Adams State College. The trip is for anyone. The trip can be […]

Governor Ritter Launches Complete College Colorado Initiative

Jesse Medina The Paw Print Governor Bill Ritter is encouraging Coloradans to finish out their college degrees by instituting the “Complete College Colorado” campaign. The initiative was passed last week and is considered an investment in the future of not only Colorado, but the United States as well. is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet