Campus Announcements

Rides provided to H.O.P.E. Vigil on Wed.!!

The H.O.P.E. Candlelight Vigil is this Wednesday evening, Sept. 28, at La Puente Shelter. The Vigil is to raise awareness about and remember those who are homeless. Gather at 6:30 at La Puente, located at 913 State Ave. Participants will walk from the shelter to Sacred Heart church, with various stops along the way and reflections at each stop. Dress warmly and wear comfortable shoes. Invite a friend or attend as a club. Contact United Campus Ministry at (719) 587-7516 or if you would like a ride.

New FAFSA Submission Dates

The US Department of Education has changed the regulation regarding FAFSA submission dates! You can now submit your Free Application For Federal Student Aid as early as October 1st, 2016 for the next school year. This is a benefit to you as it will aid in your scholarship application process as well as your financial planning for the 17-18 academic year. Feel free to come by the One Stop or call us if you have questions or would like more information regarding FAFSA early submission.

Reminder! Information Session TOMORROW about New Student Orientation Leader Application!

The First Year Immersion Office is having our first Information Session about the New Student Orientation Leader position tomorrow afternoon, 9/28 from 3-4pm, in the Student Life Center to answer any questions about the application process and learn more about the position!

The application is also live here:

Netflix & Cheese! Presented by RHA

On Thursday, September 29th from 8PM to 11PM, RHA is making and delivering grilled cheese sandwiches for students! We are charging only $1.00 for a regular sandwich and $0.50 extra for ham! Send in your orders via Snapchat (@grizzliesrha) or come by Girault lobby

Fill the Truck Food Drive

A truckload of food will help fill shelves at the local food pantry. As winter approaches, cold weather can mean heat bills, fewer jobs, and flu season added to school expenses, holiday expectations, etc., so that more people struggle. Please join ASU’s effort to deliver a truck-load of non-perishables to The Food Bank Network of the San Luis Valley during H.O.P.E. Week. Let’s all work together as a campus to see how much we can collect! Bring donations to the vintage truck between Monday and Friday at 3 pm this week! Call x7516 or email if you have any questions.

Black Student Union Meeting Thursday

BSU will be hosting a meeting this Thursday at 6pm in the Student Union Building, room 329. If you haven’t already joined we would love to see you there.


Don’t forget to register for the Zombie 5k- Hosted by SACNAS
There will be cash prizes awarded to Top Male, Top Female, and Best Zombie Costume
*There is a$15 fee that includes event T-shirt on a first come, first serve basis. We will also have snacks at the end of the run.
Register at:

Sexually Active? Get Tested!

Ladies and Gentlemen… If you are sexually active or have been, you need to get tested!
Monday 9/26/16 12noon-2PM SUB318
Free testing with results within 48 hrs. by registered nurse for:
STD’s/STI’s are EPIDEMIC 17-25 yrs. of age… Don’t wait! Your future depends on it!
Brought to you by: Club ESRA~ This GRIZZ is Lookin’ Out 4 U!
{Education for Sexual Risk Avoidance}

“Netflix & Chill”

“Netflix & Chill! Gettin’ Ready for the Thrill!” is the topic of discussion at this week’s Club ESRA meeting.
Look forward to seeing you there!
Monday 9/26 Student Life Center 5-6PM

What does HOME mean to you?

La Puente Home sponsors H.O.P.E. (Homeless Outreach and Prevention Education) Week as a time to focus the complicated factors that contribute to people not having a place to call home. Make some time to attend an activity that will open your eyes. Find out why is can be expensive to be poor. Monday, Sept. 26 is Homeless Awareness Day at ASU:
*4 pm – Homelessness Simulation in the Student Life Center facilitated by La Puente staff
*6 pm – Share dinner with guests at La Puente Home and Shelter (no charge – rides provided)
*Evening – Solidarity Sleepout on Campus Green (bring a sleeping bag, blankets, make your own shelter)

Wednesday – 6:30 pm Candlelight Vigil to remember those without a home, and those who act and work to make a difference

For events at La Puente Home, transportation from ASU campus will be provided.

Contact United Campus Ministry at or (719) 587-7516 for more information about rides or events.

Christian Challenge ASU Weekly gathering and free meal

Christian Challenge tonight (Thursday) 6:30-8:00 in Coronado Lobby. Come by for a free meal, fellowship, and discussion. Hope to see you there!

Tie Dye in the Loft September 29th with GAB

Thursday September 29th GAB will be hosting a Tie-Dye Event in The Loft from 6-8 pm. Come join us for some Tie Dye Fun!!!! Tie Dye will be provided. You can bring any clothing that you would like to tie dye. Hope to see you there!!!! Bring friends.

Teaching Opportunity

Upward Bound is currently hiring instructors. This is your opportunity to get paid to gain valuable teaching experience. As an instructor you will create and deliver English and Math lesson plans to a small group of high school students. You must be available on Monday and Wednesday evenings.
If you are interested, contact Cassandra via email or by phone 719-587-7636.

Spanish Club Meeting

Let us be part of your great story and get involved with the Spanish Club. We meet every Thursday at 3:30 pm in McDaniel 312. Pizza and refreshments will be provided.

For more information please contact:
Adrian Reyes

Apply NOW! New Student Orientation Leader Applications Available Today

If you are interested in becoming a New Student Orientation Leader at Adams State, the  application is live now!

The Office of First Year Immersion is taking application submissions until Friday, October 21st by 5pm. Want to learn more about the position? Come to our first Information Session on Wednesday, September 28th from 3pm-4pm in the Student Life Center.