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Admissions Office Update

Many exciting changes and activities  have been taking place in Admissions recently. In an effort to better align recruitment for undergraduate, graduate, and distance programs and to provide savings through the vacant admissions director position, we have restructured the department. The Office of Graduate Studies is now housed in the Admissions Office in Richardson Hall. […]

Professional development opportunities from Center for Teaching, Innovation & Research

Redesigning Majors: Disciplinary Knowledge, Civic Learning, and Public Responsibility An AAC&U webinar relevant to Pathways work Tuesday, April 3 11 a.m. – McD 387 RSVP for a box lunch. This webinar, designed for faculty and departmental chairs and funded by the Endeavor Foundation, will focus on how departments can structure the design, expectations, and experiences […]

Support scholarships at first Farm to Table event

The Adams State University Foundation invites all to a special event to raise funds for student scholarships. “Grow Our Own – Farm to Table” Dinner & Dance Friday, April 20 6 p.m. Plachy Hall Field House Cost: $100 per person Purchase tickets by calling ext. 7609 by April 13 The dinner features wine pairings with […]

CEC Spring Fling Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction

Thursday, April 5 11:30 a.m. – 1p.m. Richardson Hall Foyer The Classified Employee Council is hosting a lunch and auction to benefit its scholarship fund. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased in advance or at the door. Tickets can be purchased from: Dodie Day – School of Business Bennie Chacon – Onestop Susan Ennis  […]

Seed2Seed Library

Everyone is welcome to “check out” the Nielsen Library’s Seed2Seed collection, which has been refreshed with many local donations. 99.9% of the seeds were donated by local individuals and organizations — a milestone. This means these seeds are proven hardy to our growing climate. For more information, contact Mary Walsh.

Climbing Team sends five to nationals

The Adams State Climbing Team recently competed in the USA Climbing Collegiate Regional (Rocky Mountain) Competition and produced an excellent result. Out of the sixteen schools that participated, ASU placed fourth overall in the strongest region in the country for Sport Climbing, and behind only Division 1 universities. Out of the thirteen climbers brought, ASU […]

Student Service Projects

Women’s Lacrosse The women’s lacrosse team is donating ticket sales from its April 21 game to support  the HEADstrong Foundation, which is dedicated to improving quality of life for those affected by cancer. Saturday, April 21 ASU vs. Regis University Senior day game Noon on the lacrosse field. Learn more about HEADstrong. Make a donation […]

Student, Faculty and Staff news

The following chemistry students were selected for internships and graduate school. This summer, Samuel Reid will have a paid REU/Internship (research experience for undergraduates) at Colorado State University, while Jeremiah Givens will have a paid REU/Internship at Johns Hopkins University. Megan Gylling was accepted to graduate school and awarded a teaching assistantship at University of […]

Boomer makes new friends

Adams State’s mascot, Boomer, along with Admissions staff and student ambassadors, visited a second grade class at Pueblo’s Park View Elementary, taught by Shanda Davis, Adams State Class of 2012. The school invited Boomer and ASU as part of their endeavor to instill college goals in the children. Park View is part of the No […]

Admissions Updates

Admissions has an exciting month ahead. February 5-9 is National School Counselors Week. If you see a counselor, please thank them for the support and encouragement they give their students to go to college. Discover Day will be held Saturday, February 17. Chartered buses will pick up students from Denver, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and Albuquerque […]

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