The College Assistance Migrant Program (CAMP) at Adams State University in Alamosa was awarded renewed funding by the U.S. Department of Education.
Month: July 2019
Beyond economic gains, postsecondary education benefits individuals and society broadly.
President Cheryl Lovell, Ph.D., awards $3500 scholarships.
The camp participants met the people that measure snow on mountains, fight forest fires, delegate water from the river, raise livestock, and more.
Civic groups and nonprofits may request volunteers for short-term projects that assist them in meeting a need.
No Zumba experience is required.
Students now earn Passports enabling seamless transfer across state lines
The National Science Foundation awarded $1.8 million to Adams State University for a project that aims to transform STEM courses by engaging students as researchers to examine the impacts of grazing on local, rural, public lands.