News from the President's Office

ASU joins Association of American Colleges and Universities

As a member institution, Adams State will take advantage of publication discounts, member registration rates for meetings and institutes, and individual enrollment in the AAC&U Associates Program. Continue Reading…

National education expert addresses Adams State Boettcher Teacher Residents

"Real teaching is interactive and reciprocal," said nationally recognized education expert, Dr. Pedro Noguera. Continue Reading…

Adams State honors President Svaldi upon his retirement

The Adams State of today is more vibrant and sustainable than when Dr. Svaldi took office; his guidance positioned the university for even greater success in the next decade. Continue Reading…

Adams State Trustees approve budget & tuition increase

The increase translates to $144 more per semester for full-time students. Room rates remain unchanged, and meal plans meal plans will increase an average of 2 percent. Continue Reading…

Adams State commencement creates connections of inspiration

Dr. David Svaldi presided over his concluding graduation ceremonies as president, with the university awarding 256 bachelor's degrees, 45 associate degrees, and 288 master's degrees. Those graduates, Continue Reading…

Full-time status at Adams State remains at 12 credits per semester

Adam State President David Svaldi announced the university will continue to consider enrollment in 12 credit hours per semester as full-time status for financial aid purposes. Continue Reading…

Adams State Trustees name Dr. Beverlee McClure 10th president of university

As Adams State's tenth president, she will be the first woman to lead the university, with her appointment beginning July 1, 2015. Continue Reading…

Adams State one of nation's first two "PARCC Pioneers"

The university is committing to use high school PARCC assessment scores for placement into college courses beginning in 2016. Continue Reading…

Adams State announces finalists for president's post

In alphabetical order, the finalists are: * Richard Duran, Ed.D. * Margaret E. Madden, Ph.D. * Ricardo Maestas, Ph.D. * Beverlee J. McClure, Ed.D. Continue Reading…

Spring enrollment stays even with last year

Total enrollment as of census date, February 4, is 3,470, a decrease of less than 1 percent (14 students) from last spring. This includes 2,503 undergraduates and 967 graduate students. Continue Reading…

News from the President's Office