News from the President's Office

Adams State University satisfied with results of mediation

After completing mediation, Adams State University reached a satisfactory decision regarding an unsuccessful job applicant and the American Civil Liberties Union of Colorado. Continue Reading…

Trustees committed to Adams State success

“Both of these new trustees bring very relevant experiences to Adams State that both complement our mission and will further our success,” said Adams State President Beverlee J. McClure. Continue Reading…

Adams State & Trinidad State announce new transfer agreements

Students who complete an AAS in Cosmetology, Diesel Technology, Gunsmithing, and Massage Therapy are eligible. Continue Reading…

Help shape Alamosa's future

The workshop will be held tonight, June 28, from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Alamosa Family Recreation Center, 2222 Old Sanford Rd. Continue Reading…

Ribbon cut on Salazar Rio Grande del Norte Center at Adams State

The center is dedicated to the study and preservation of the natural and cultural resources of the Rio Grande and its tributaries in Colorado. Continue Reading…

Guaranteed Tuition highlights Adams State budget

"The Joint Budget Committee did restore some of the previous funding cuts, but not all of them." Continue Reading…

All welcome to attend “SLV Standing Strong for Orlando” tonight

"SLV Standing Strong with Orlando” will be held Monday, June 13, from 8-9 p.m. in Alamosa’s Centennial Park, Main St. & State. Continue Reading…

Adams State's Boettcher Teacher Residency program awards licensure

Nearly all of the Boettcher residents have secured teaching positions beginning next fall. Continue Reading…

Adams State joins Daniels Fund and UCCS in program to enhance ethics education

"This added focus will provide continuity for students and help them prioritize those considerations when they enter their careeers." Continue Reading…

Adams State hosts Gov. Hickenlooper in bill signing

The bill exempts from state property tax those veterans of the U.S. armed forces with a one-hundred percent, permanent disability, as determined by the Federal Department of Veterans Affairs. Continue Reading…

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