Campus Announcements

Help shape Alamosa’s future

The City of Alamosa invites campus members to participate in an interactive community workshop to help develop a comprehensive plan to guide the future development, design and appearance of the city. The workshop will be held tonight, June 28, from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Alamosa Family Recreation Center, 2222 Old Sanford Rd. Refreshments will be served.

Among the topics to be discussed are:
• Residential neighborhoods
• Downtown
• Highway commercial corridors
• Recreation, trails, parks
• Gateways and signage
• Areas for growth
• Streets, sidewalks, bike lanes
• City infrastructure and services

Summer Gen Ed Courses beginning July 5

The last summer session begins Tuesday, July 5.

Registration is now available for the following General Educations courses:
ENG102 Communication Arts II
ENG203 Major Themes in Literature
HGP110 Development of Civilization I
THTR180 Intro to Theatre

Contact the One Stop for more information!

Last day to Charge at the Bookstore!!!

Last day to charge to your accounts is Noon June 30th!!!! After that Please use your P-Card. Thank you for your loyalty!!!

Richardson Hall Mailroom, 4th of July weekend

All mail received by 2 pm Friday afternoon, July 1st, will be sent to the post office that afternoon. Have a happy, happy 3 day weekend.

SUB Mailroom, July 1

The student mailroom will be closed Friday July 1 and Tuesday, July 5.
Have a great Fourth!

SLV Promise Scholarship Deadline

Attention Qualifying Grizzlies! This is the LAST WEEK to submit your completed FAFSA to qualify for the SLV Promise Scholarship for upcoming 2016-2017 year. Please see the following link to find out if you might qualify and submit our FAFSA before the deadline.

We Need You!!!

Help us learn about common environmental exposures in children.

The Study: Researchers at the University of Colorado and Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment are conducting a study to learn about the possible exposure among children to some metals and chemicals in the Four Corner State region.

What are we measuring? There are many environmental sources of exposure to metals and chemicals, including drinking water. When you are exposed to chemicals, your body releases the chemical metabolites

How will we measure it? We will measure the amount of chemical metabolites in urine samples.

What will we do with this information? Your results along with the results of all the other participants in the study will help us understand the extent that children in rural Colorado may be exposed to these chemicals.

Who can participate? Parents and children who are 3- 13 years old

What information will we collect? We will collect one urine samples from your child at one doctor’s visit in one day. We will also ask parents to answer a 15 minute questionnaire about their family’s water, food, jobs, hobbies and other activities.

If you are interested in participating, please call Edith at 719-298-6295 or Karina at 720-483-6176

Student Loan Stories Needed

Senator Bennet’s Denver staff is collecting student stories about how loans are affecting their lives and their futures. Any stories are welcome and needed. If you would like to share your story please contact:

Charlotte Bobicki
San Luis Valley Regional Representative
U.S. Michael Bennet
719-587-0096 or 719-587 0097

Best Decision Scholarship Opportunity

Award amount: $2500
Provider: GoodCall
Online application:
Eligibility: High school seniors and undergraduate students
Essay prompt: Write an essay between 400 and 500 words detailing one of the most important decisions you’ve made in your life.
Please note: The deadline for this scholarship application is July 31st, 2016!
Apply TODAY!!!!

VOTE ASU Top Adventure School

Hey Adams State folks, we made it into the finals for the Top Adventure College against University of Utah . As Aaron said before, this outdoor tradition is deep and rooted in the founding of the school. It goes back to one of the first faculty members, and 1925. Share this with your family, your friends, and your financial consultants. Vote once per person/device every 24 hours

Parking Lot Closures

Library parking lot will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday, June 21, 2016 and will re-open on Monday, June 27th. We will be having the lot resurfaced and painted. McDaniel Hall parking lot will be closed Friday, June 24th and Saturday, June 25, 2016 for resurfacing and painting as well. Please find alternative parking on those days. Thank you in advance for your cooperation during this time.
Facilities Services

Tonight is S’more Fun

Tonight is S’more Fun on the Campus Green for 7:00-8:30pm! There will be roasting of hot dogs and making of s’mores! There will also be some fun games to play like: corn hole, volleyball, some Frisbee action and can jam. Come join us for S’more Fun on the Campus Green! See you there!

Pre Sale of Ticket for Elitch Garden Start Today!!

Friday, July 15, 2016
Pre Sales start Monday June 20
$15 without transportation
$20 with transportation (Limited to 11 riders only, so first come, first served)
Must have a valid ASU ID for every ticket purchased
Available for purchase in the Student Life Center
Only 30 tickets available
(Additional tickets may be bought at the gate for regular price)

VOTE ASU Top Adventure School BEFORE 9am

Prescott College vs Adams State University

This round of the contest ends at 9am MST today, June 20th. Currently Adams State is tied with Prescott College and we need our whole #GrizzlyNation to move to the next round.

Thanks to all who have been voting! Once per person/ device per day.

Summer Employment

If you or someone you know is looking for summer employment please contact Peggy in the Print Shop at #7841 or

Our preference would be someone who has been awarded work study funds for summer but we may consider campus employment as an option.

We look forward to hearing from you soon!