Campus Announcements


Winners of the Student Business Services pay your bill on time incentive drawing have been awarded. Emails are being sent today to the remaining winners. Be sure to check your grizzlies email…you could be a winner! Prizes include 2 Kindle Fires, 4 $50 gift certificates to the ASU Bookstore, 1 $50 Pizza Party at Vistas, 2 movie packages to Ski Hi 6 Movie Theater, 2 $25 gift certificates to Sand Dunes Swimming Pool, 2 $20 gift certificates to Campus Café, and $10 gift certificates (2 each) to Vistas, Smoothy’s, Cozy Café and ASU Library Coffee Shop.
Thank you to all who met the September 4 payment deadline by finalizing a payment plan or paying in full. For those who have not yet paid or finalized a payment plan, please visit the One-Stop Cashier or Student Business Services personnel (next to One-Stop) to process your payment. We have a Frisbee for you!

President McClure to address “Lean in Lunch”

Dr. Beverlee J. McClure will discuss “The Leadership Formula” at the Lean-In Luncheon, Thursday, October 15, from noon to 1:30 p.m. The event will be held at the SLV Health Education and Conference Center, 1921 Main St. (the Grizzly Inn). This will be an interactive presentation that allows each participant to reflect on their own leadership qualities. Dr. McClure will also share her personal story and how the formula has helped her in her professional (and personal) life.

Reservations and tickets for the luncheon are available online. 

Empower U Crestone Frolf-330PM 10/6

The first ever Empower U Frolf Field trip. Come ride with us to the Crestone disc golf course. We will leave at 330PM from the 2-hour parking lot on the north side of the SUB building!

Move your ASU!

Tip #1 for National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM)

National Cybersecurity Awareness Month (NCSAM), now in its 12th year, was create to help everyone have the resources to stay safe and secure online.

Cyber security awareness is needed now more than ever! There have been many data breaches in the news recently, especially around sensitive personal information such as healthcare.

So what can you do to protect yourself online? An excellent first step in protecting your privacy is selecting strong passwords. It is important that passwords be long and strong instead of short and sweet, with a combination of numbers, special characters, and lower/uppercase letters.

With all of these requirements, how do you pick a strong password that is easy to remember? Check out this quick video to find out how!

Or, check out our how-to for more tips and tricks on choosing and remembering good passwords, including a secure way to store them! (hint: it’s not on a sticky note)

Just as important as choosing a strong password is using unique passwords for EVERY site you visit. That way even if a site does get compromised, that password can’t be used to access your bank, credit cards, or social media sites.

For more tips visit

ASU Computing Services


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October billing statements are now available online.

October billing invoices are now available online to view and make payment. Please log into your electronic invoice at If you have any questions regarding your invoice please stop by the One Stop Cashier located in the Student Union Bldg., email or call 719-587-7728.

Free Performance of Standing on Ceremony

In celebration of Standing Strong: The ASU Equality Project and as a thank you to our community, all remaining tickets to the closing performance on Saturday will be offered free to anyone who wants one.

To reserve a complimentary ticket, please call 587-8499 between 2 – 4 p.m. tomorrow (Friday). If you have seen the show and want to see it again, this is your chance. If you’ve been unsure about whether you wanted to see the show, take a chance on love, laughter, and some great performances. Again, call tomorrow 587-8499 between 2 – 4 p.m. on Friday.

Thank you to all who have worked to make this project happen and to those who have attended Standing Strong events.


Homecoming week is still in full throttle!! Come out tonight after the Women’s Volleyball game to the Bonfire located near the Softball fields. We will have glow sticks hot chocolate and a concert. Along with introducing the ASU Athletic teams and more! So come out tonight and have some Grizzly fun!!

Bookstore OPEN!!!!

The Bookstore will be open Saturday, October 3rd from 11 am to 1 pm.. Also check out the Clawset at the Football Stadium.

Men’s Volleyball Tournament

Looking for some fast paced, hard hitting volleyball? ASU’s Men’s club volleyball will be hosting a tournament here on Sunday, October 4th against UCCS! Pool play of the tournament will begin at 9 AM. The final game will start approximately at 2 PM. Bring friends and come support!

Come Join us for a Day of Fun!

Grizz-Catholic Newman club is hosting a day retreat full of fun and stress-free activities on Saturday, October 17th! Take a trip with us up to the Sand Dunes and join us for a hike up to Zapata Falls! Later in the evening, we will go to The Sand Dunes Swimming Pool located in Hooper to relax. A payment of $10 will cover you for the day and provide lunch for you as well. Space is limited so please reserve yourself a spot by Wednesday, October 14th. Stop by the Campus Ministries office to save your spot! Contact Esperanza at (505) 429-8328 or or Andreita at (575) 770-0917 or

Christian Challenge ASU. Weekly gathering and free meal.

We’ll be in Coronado lobby from 6:30pm to 8pm tonight, October 1, with Fried Chicken, a drawing for a snowboard jacket, fellowship and discussion on issues facing our culture. come check it out!

Walk with us “Standing Strong” in the Homecoming Parade

All ASU faculty, staff, and students (and our dogs) are invited to join us to walk together in support of equality on our campus and in our society. We will meet between 9 – 9:30 a.m. on Saturday at the parade line-up area on 6th and La Due (by the old Trujillo’s restaurant). Please wear a solid t-shirt in one of the color of the rainbow. Thanks to the generous support of Counselor Education, we will have candy to hand to out along the parade route.

Inequality for All” Film and Discussion: Common Reading Program

A reminder that the Fall 2015 Common Reading Experience Program kicks off next Tuesday, October 6 with a screening of the documentary “Inequality For All” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6, in Richardson Hall Auditorium. A moderated audience discussion will follow the film. Faculty, staff, students, and community members are encouraged to attend and participate in a lively debate on the issue of rising inequality in America.

More event info:
All Fall 2015 Common Reading events:


This year’s Homecoming Main Event will be featuring comedian Jermaine Fowler. He is an upcoming comedian who you may have seen on Comedy Central, Friends of the People, and Guy Code. You do not want to miss this!

Check him out!


Get to know our guest for tonight’s Medicine Show, LADY CARESS!
She is a poet and public speaker. With her unique set of comedy, music, beat boxing and theatrics, she can truly get your attention.
We are honored that she accepted to come down to Adams State University and perform some of her talent!
Check out one of her amazing performances!