Fundraising goal: $3.3 million

For nearly nine decades, Adams State has provided educational opportunities, economic development, and cultural enrichment to the San Luis Valley. To help assure these services continue, we seek financial support from local individuals and organizations. We must improve our campus to be competitive and grow successfully. We must grow to achieve sustainability in an uncertain economic environment.

With your help, the relationship between Adams State and our community will be mutually beneficial for many decades to come. Individuals and organizations may participate in Adams State's North Campus Transformation in a variety of ways. Virtually every component of the Rex Stadium community facility and the North Campus Green may be underwritten.

Giving opportunities range from sponsoring stadium seating for "Ole Mose's Clan," to endowing the entire stadium complex, complete with naming rights. You may wish to dedicate your gift to the memory of a loved one or an influential Adams State professor. The President's Box and Alumni Box are particularly appropriate.

Do you bleed green? Consider a contribution to the special Grizzly Club section. Trees and outdoor furnishings for the North Campus Green may also be supported.

Adams State appreciates your gift of any size, just as we value all our community members.

Alamosa and Adams State entered American running history on August 18, 1968, as hosts of the the country's first Olympic marathon trials.* The finish line for that race was on campus near Stadium Drive. A historic marker commemorating the 1968 trials will be installed on that spot as part of ASU's new North Campus Green.

You can honor this event  by underwriting this historic marker. The total contribution is $5,000, or you can choose to designate a portion of your donation to sponsor this piece of history.

*Alamosa's high altitude made it the ideal training site for the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City. Previously, the marathon team was selected based on performances in the Boston and Yonkers marathons, according to "Running Times"