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Posts from ‘May, 2018’

CS Maintenance for tonight – 5/31 (File Server), and Banner PROD downtime this weekend

****Thursday Maintenance- Campus File Server Migration**** Tonight beginning at 9:00 PM, Computing Services will performing a migration to the new file server that hosts the campus home (x:) and shared (s:) drives. Users may need to reboot their computers on Friday morning if the home and shared drives fail to automatically reconnect. ****Banner PROD downtime […]


Author: Neal Palles, MSW, LCSW, Applied Sport Psychology graduate student Twitter: @NealPalles Growing¬†high in the mountains of the western United States is the bristlecone pine (pictured). The tree looks gnarled and old, often growing out of a small crevice in the rock, in a place that is harsh, winds can be high, and snow accumulates […]

CS Maintenance for tonight – 5/17 (PC reboots), and Banner PROD downtime this weekend

****Thursday Maintenance- Campus PCs WILL reboot**** Tonight beginning at 9:00 PM, Computing Services will be pushing critical security patches and updates to campus PC computers. One required installation WILL force PCs to restart to finish the installation, so please be sure to save any open files and log out and leave your computer turned on […]

50 year Olympic Trials Marathon Reunion and ASU Cross Country/Track and Field Reunion

Click the link for an article on the reunion from the Adams Stater Magazine Marathon Renunion

Spring Commencement

Saturday, May 12 10 a.m. – Undergraduate Ceremony 1:30 p.m. – Graduate Ceremony Plachy Hall During the morning ceremony, Adams State will award 179 associate’s degrees and 236 Bachelor of Science, Bachelor of Arts, and Bachelor of Fine Arts degrees. The afternoon ceremony will award 418 Master of Arts, 14 Master of Science, and 8 […]

CAMP Celebrates Graduates

The College Assistance Migrant Program will celebrate CAMP @ ASU graduates Friday, May 11, with a reception from 4-6:30 p.m. at Vista’s Restaurant at Rex Field. Former CAMP Directors Dr. Arnold Chavez and Dr. Herman Martinez will serve as guest speakers. For more information, contact Jasmine at ext. 8318

Payroll Update

Although the State of Colorado is going to a biweekly pay schedule, Adams State University is NOT. ASU’s payroll will continue being paid once a month, on the last business day of the month. Also, June payroll will be paid on June 29 this year, the last business day of the month. Questions regarding payroll […]

Purchasing Update

The federal government’s new Uniform Grant Guidance goes into effect July 1. The guidelines change procedures for the procurement of goods and services with federal grant funds. New requirements apply to: Micro purchases: less than $3,500 Small Dollar purchases: $3,500 – $24,999 and $25,000 – $150,000 (different bid requirements) Sealed Bid Purchases: Over $150,000 Non-competitive […]

News from Alumni Relations

The Alumni Relations Office can connect students with alumni mentors. If you know a particular student that would benefit from a mentoring experience, provide the student’s name, location and career goal to Lori Laske, ext. 7867.¬† Wherever possible, students will be paired with an alumnus within a similar area, career, or interest. Faculty and staff […]

Student, Faculty & Staff News

Kathy Park, adjunct instruction of English/communications, has a new book, Aikido Off the Mat, due to be released by North Atlantic Books in August.           Dr. Leslie Alvarez, professor of psychology, and Dr. Renee Beeton, professor of chemistry, recently traveled to the Association of American Colleges and Universities (AAC&U) conference on […] is powered by WordPress µ | Spam prevention powered by Akismet