Diversity and Inclusiveness at Adams State University

We all should know that diversity makes for a rich tapestry, and we must understand that all the threads of the tapestry are equal in value no matter what their color.
-Maya Angelou

Gender-Neutral Bathroom Signs Focus on What's Inside — The Toilet

A new pilot program will be utilizing free gender neutral bathroom signs generously donated in collaboration with GLAAD. "The restroom is a touchy subject. No one really wants to say ‘toilet’ (or loo, or commode). You just want to know where to go when you gotta go. And we get that. All-gender restroom signs alleviate the confusion. We’re highlighting what’s behind the stall with a handy, familiar graphic."  The icon is from The Good Men Project and Sam Killermann at It's Pronounced Metrosexual. His site offers resources to "advance social equity…that help people to be better people." http://www.mydoorsign.com/all-gender-restroom-signs

Diversity at Adams State

NASA Astrobiologist Dr. Kevin Hand will speak at Adams State

“The fundamental questions we’re trying to answer are questions humanity has asked ever since we first gazed into the night sky: What is life and could it exist out there beyond Earth?”

Adams State named Top Adventure School

“What I really love is that ASAP is based on building ourselves to become better people.”

Donation from ASU Athletics & Chili's helps nursing students take medical mission to Honduras

"...We cannot thank our generous community enough for all their help in getting us there." said Kristina Cook, nursing administrative assistant.

Adams State “Stands Strong” into the coming year

“In marking the one year anniversary of the Supreme Court’s ruling and our endeavor, we reaffirm our commitment to Standing Strong for equality and against all forms of inequity in our society.”

Trustees committed to Adams State success

“Both of these new trustees bring very relevant experiences to Adams State that both complement our mission and will further our success,” said Adams State President Beverlee J. McClure.