Adams State News - July 2017

SLV hemp fabric woven for National Project

By blending hemp with wool, textiles are created that keep our bodies warm in the winter, cool in the summer, allow our skin to breath and create fabrics that last a long time. Continue Reading…

The Southern Colorado Film Festival is accepting entries

The festival will screen works that display a wide range of regional, national, and international points of view Continue Reading…

Martinez dedicated career to students

“I had a really good time at ASU and miss the students and fellow employees but not the stress,” Martinez said. “I wanted everything go right; I wanted to do a good job.” Continue Reading…

Adams State PBL students attend national conference

Natalie Rogers, PBL sponsor and Adams State assistant professor of business, was recognized as the Colorado Outstanding PBL advisor. Continue Reading…

Local PEO Chapter supports Adams State students

To be eligible for the PEO Scholarship, students must be an incoming freshman female, with a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or better, and be a graduate of a San Luis Valley high school. Continue Reading…

Xcel Foundation grant expands Adams State services for veterans

Veterans in the surrounding communities, as well as on-campus veterans and their dependents, will benefit. Continue Reading…

No tuition increase at Adams State for 2017-18

The total cost of tuition, fees, room and board per semester for undergraduate Colorado residents will be $8,935, an increase of only $183, or 2 percent, over last year. Continue Reading…

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