Diversity and Inclusiveness at Adams State University
This year’s recipients are David Luis Guerrero of Pueblo, Colo. and Jesús “Chuy” Martínez of Albuquerque, NM, represent a combined century of musical experience...
The program launched July 1, and is available for the coming fall semester. CAMP participants will receive financial aid and stipends to completely cover tuition, fees, and housing for the first year.
The Fandango engages the entire family in “La Marcha de los Novios” – Wedding March, Valses – waltzes, polcas – polkas and “Baile de la Escoba” – the Broom Dance.
Lillian Gomez, Adams State Title V director, said when faculty and staff understand the family and culture of students it helps them connect at a deeper and more meaningful level.
"Because Adams State University is an inclusive, rather than exclusive school, I was given an opportunity to pursue my dreams. To live, not just visit. My great story began here. Yours does, too."