July invoices are now available online. Please log into your electronic invoice at adams.edu/ebill to view, make payment.
If you have questions or concerns regarding you summer balance, please contact Student Business Services via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or call 719-587-7941.
If you are using Veteran benefits, are a Resident Assistant, or a third-party entity is paying all or part of your charges please contact Student Business Services directly. If you have any questions regarding your invoice please email email@example.com or call 719-587-7728.
Adams State will send all billing notifications to registered students to their Adams State Grizzlies email, log in to your email from the One Stop Student Services web site at adams.edu/onestop.
At 5:00 AM tomorrow, Thursday 6/30, one of the campus Internet links will be offline for roughly 30 minutes, as Jade communications upgrades their router. Also, at 9:00 PM, Computing Services will be performing internal testing on our Jade Internet connection. No downtime is anticipated, as ASU has two live Internet connections, allowing work to be performed on one link without disruption to Internet services for our campus users.
Beginning at 7:00 PM MST Thursday evening, 6/30, Computing Services will be upgrading the Xtender server system. This upgrade will take roughly 3-4 hours to complete, at which time, Xtender will not be available. Since the time of the upgrade is after business hours, the impact should be minimal.
Computing Services thanks you for your patience and understanding as we perform these critical maintenance activities. If you have any questions, please call the ASU Computing Services Helpdesk at (719) 587-7741 or contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Have a great day,
Since June is the end of the fiscal year, June timesheets are due early.
Students – Submit your June timesheet by Thursday, June 30th.
Supervisors – Approve June timesheets by Friday, July 1st.
If you have any questions, contact the One Stop Student Services at 719-587-7306.
Are you looking for a career in the outdoors? Are you planning to work in agriculture?
Are you concerned about a changing climate, watershed health, wildlife habitat and water scarcity?
A thriving community needs those who understand the connection between water and pretty much everything else, from the environment to the economy to our future. After all, water is life! ¡Agua es vida!
Join us for Water 101 in the Fall. It’s the first step to a Water Studies Minor at Adams State. You will gain the knowledge you need to work for a more sustainable future for the San Luis Valley, for Colorado and water in the West.
WATR 101: Water Essentials: How Water Works in the West (3 hours)
This course is an introduction and overview of water in the West. Starting with water’s basic chemical structure and physics through hydrology and water’s role in nature, the course addresses how water serves humanity and is managed as a beneficial resource for people. This course introduces foundational concepts of water’s functional properties, how humans have put water to work and how we have developed systems of water allocation, administration, and management, including an overview of core terminology, and fundamental principles of water management. The course will also look at current issues in Western water and the environment, with a focus on uses and challenges with water in Colorado’s Rio Grande Basin as a microcosm of water scarce regions around the globe.
CRN: 12012 TR 3-4:15 pm.
>> Fall 2022 Water Studies requirements:
WATR 101: Water Essentials: How Water Works in the West (3 hours) 12012 TR 3-4:15 pm // MCD 314 *Also a community listening course!
>> Fall 2022 Water Studies Electives:
BUS 384: Natural Resource and Water Law (3 hours) 11479 – TR 11am – 12:15 pm // BUS 227
OES 101: Outdoor Recreational Essentials (3 hours) 11406 – TR 1-2:15 pm // REX
HIST 340: Water and Equity (3 hours) 11953 – TR 1-2:15 pm // TBD *another community listening course!
More about the Water Studies Minor: adams.edu/academics/undergraduate/water-studies-minor/
Please join the Division of Community Engagement and Communication in recognition of Rio de la Vista, retiring as the Salazar Rio Grande del Norte Center director; James Owens, leaving the veterans center to pursue an advanced degree; and Danielle Smith, for serving as interim director of Career Services.
3 p.m. until 4 p.m.
Wednesday, June 29
Richardson Hall Foyer
Refreshments will be served.