Don’t miss the end of the year close out sale. Receive 30% to 50% off school supplies (next year), gifts, tablets, one computer, clothing, art supplies and much more. Don’t be left out!!! get yours before they are gone.
Sale does not include graduation regalia, frames and graduation items.
Come visit GTLC’s study sessions during finals week. Even if you only have one last question or are just getting started, our tutors are there to help you!
Visit http://www.adams.edu/students/learning-resources/index.php to get an up-to-date schedule and location of sessions. Click the “agenda” view to see all the listed sessions coming up.
P.S.: We have snacks for each session!
Good luck Grizzlies!!!
Grizzly Den is marking down prices. Check it out!!
Refurbished bikes will be for sale today, May 4, at the gear sale in front of the Rex beginning at noon. Prices will be $10- $50 for great commuting bikes. Cash only.
Porter Hall, 11-1pm $5. Thanks for your continued support!
Learn how to qualify and apply for a USDA Value Added grant
Wednesday, May 4th 2016 at Adams State University,
Alamosa, Colorado, 2:30pm-4:30pm, McDaniel Hall, Room 317
Free Parking in Designated parking spaces in front of Community Partnerships building or park on Edgemont Blvd. or Richardson Ave.Hosted by ASU Community Partnerships Call (719) 587-7230 for more information
Use the summer semester to catch up or get ahead on your General Education courses! There are a variety of options to fit any schedule.
Courses starting May 16:
BIOL101 Intro to Biology (3 weeks)
ENV101 Environmental Science (4 weeks)
MATH104 Finite Math (4 weeks)
MUS100 Intro to Music Lit (3 weeks)
POLS291 American Government (4 weeks)
PSYC101 General Psychology (3 weeks)
SOC201 Sociological Imagination (3 weeks)
Courses starting June 13:
AR103 Art Appreciation (3 weeks)
BIOL101 Intro to Biology (6 weeks)
ENG101 Communication Arts (3 weeks)
HGP111 Development of Civ II (3 weeks)
PHIL201 Intro to Philosophy (3 weeks)
Courses starting July 5:
ENG102 Communication Arts II (3 weeks)
ENG203 Major Themes in Literature (3 weeks)
HGP110 Development of Civ I (3 weeks)
THTR180 Intro to Theatre (3 weeks)
Computing Services has a few helpful tips as we near the end of the spring semester.
**Please remember to backup any important documents that you might need for your classes!**
Always keep important files stored in multiple locations. Having the only copy of an important file only on one computer or a usb drive could lead to data loss if that location gets corrupted or lost.
Our campus network drive, Myfiles.adams.edu, is backed up every evening by Computing Services. This drive is mapped automatically on any on campus computer and can be accessed anywhere through a web browser. For more information about using the network drive, please visit this link:
All students also get unlimited storage on Google Drive! You can upload documents from any computer or mobile device and access them anywhere. For more information on using Google Drive please see the Google Drive Help Center at:
**Office 365 is free to all current students!**
You can install your free copy of Office 365 for Education on up to 5 personal devices. For installation instructions please visit our howto wiki:
If you are still needing assistant please reach out to our Helpdesk at 719-587-7741 or email@example.com
Have a great summer Grizzlies and good luck on your finals!
Join us as we continue to plan how we can best welcome our new grizzlies this fall! The next New Student Orientation Faculty & Staff meeting will be this Wednesday, May 4th at noon in SUB 309. Any feedback, ideas, suggestions are welcome!
If you are not able to make it to the meeting, please email your suggestions and comments Liz Bosworth firstname.lastname@example.org.
Donald Nunn, USDA Rural Development Cooperative Loan Specialist, will present at an Adams State Community Partnerships hosted workshop, Wednesday, May 4, 2016. Attendees will learn how they may be eligible and how to apply for a USDA value added grant.
The Value Added Producer Grants (VAPG) program helps agricultural producers enter into value-added activities related to the processing and/or marketing of bio-based, value-added products. Generating new products, creating and expanding marketing opportunities, and increasing producer income are the goals of this program. You may receive priority if you are a beginning farmer or rancher, a socially-disadvantaged farmer or rancher, a small or medium-sized farm or ranch structured as a family farm, a farmer or rancher cooperative, or are proposing a mid-tier value chain. Grants are awarded through a national competition.
This workshop will be held at Adams State University’s McDaniel Hall, room 317 from 2:30 p.m.-4:30 p.m. in Alamosa, Colorado. Free parking in designated parking spaces are available in front of ASU Community Partnerships building or park on Edgemont Blvd. or Richardson Ave.
This workshop is free and open to the public. Call ASU Community Partnerships at (719)587-7230 for more information regarding this event.
Keep an eye out for the new edition of the SandHill Review. Copies have been distributed throughout campus and include creative works from ASU students, faculty, staff, and alumni. Hope you enjoy!
If you have not visited your advisor to get your PIN to register for fall classes, do it NOW before all teachers leave for summer. Early registration helps you get the classes you want/need and you’ll avoid a late registration fee.
Also, complete your 2016-2017 FAFSA if you haven’t already. We can help you at the One Stop.
Why wait for Fall? Enroll Now!!!
Econ 255 will meet 8:00 – 12:00 Monday through Friday May 16 – 27, 2016.
Fitness and Wellness Center Summer Hours
Rex Fitness and Wellness
Interim: May 15th -31st
Monday-Friday 6am-9am and 11am-2pm
Summer: June 1st- Aug 19th
Monday-Friday 6am-9am, 11am-2pm, and 5pm-7pm
Interim: May 15th -31st
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 11am – 2pm
Summer: June 1st- Aug 19th
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 11am- 2pm and 5pm-7pm
Become a Writing Studio Tutor
Are you interested in meeting new people and making a difference in their education? Then you might enjoy being a tutor in the Writing Studio.
Applicants must be good writers and enjoy working with other students individually and in groups and should have completed Communication Arts II (or equivalent) with a B or higher.
To apply for this position, visit the Student Financial Aid website (https://www.adams.edu/finaid/artlet_student_jobs.php) and scroll to the bottom of the page to Writing Studio Tutor.
And / Or contact Robert Affeldt at email@example.com