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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 […]

A busy campus

The end of the semester brings a lot of activity with special events across campus. To see the full calendar of events, click here.  To read all the latest ASU news, which includes more information about events, as well as features on students and faculty, click here.

Trustees to meet next week

April 5 & 6 Beginning at 9 a.m. each day Richardson Hall Board Room – 3rd Floor The Board of Trustees for Adams State University will hold a regular meeting on campus next week. The agenda includes actions on the Ranked Faculty lists in Departments Slated for Reduction, and the Financial Action Plan. The full […]

Student Scholar Days – April 4 & 5

The eleventh annual Adams State University Student Scholar Days, April 4-5, will showcase the academic achievements of undergraduate students from disciplines across campus. Thirty-four students will be giving oral presentations and posters. Read the full schedule.

Coming Soon — Banner 9!

The campus is upgrading from Banner 8 to Banner 9. This new release delivers a number of important enhancements, including a modern user interface, enhanced navigation and process management tools, and new functionality across the student, HR, and finance functions. It will also give the flexibility to run Banner on any browser and on tablets. […]

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