News from the President's Office

Adams State sees growth in retention, student credit load

The university also set another record in graduate student enrollment: 969, a three percent increase from last year. Continue Reading…

State seeks input on higher education funding

The meeting will solicit feedback on the community's priorities for higher education, economic and workforce development needs, and investment in the future of Colorado. Continue Reading…

Potential partnerships could create more options for students

"I want to make sure this discussion of partnerships moves forward, because this could benefit both institutions." Continue Reading…

Adams State University welcomes new faculty

In addition to new students, each fall Adams State University also welcomes new faculty to the campus and Alamosa community. Continue Reading…

Adams State Trustees authorize policy review

"We want to put a process in place that is an independent evaluation of these concerns." Continue Reading…

Educational challenges in "Flyover Country"

Our remote, rural location means the national issues churning around higher education -especially the proposed solutions - are often irrelevant, if not detrimental, to our situation. Continue Reading…

A New Chapter at Adams State

After a decade of distinguished leadership, David Svaldi has decided to call it a career, and will retire next summer. Continue Reading…

Adams State University commences search for new president

The Trustees intend to interview finalists for the position during the spring of 2015, with the new president assuming office July 1, 2015. Continue Reading…

Why retire? Freedom & Fun

I am also of a certain age proven by a cardboard ID card I received from the government which certifies that I am no longer middle aged, but am now entering a twilight that presages old age. Continue Reading…

Adams State awards record number of degrees

"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." Continue Reading…

News from the President's Office