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Campus Announcements

November- Homeless Awareness Month & Drive

Hello Students!

November is National Homeless Awareness Month! In honor of this, a drive will be held from November 1st through November 19th. The homeless community is a very vulnerable population as they experience negative degree weather during the nights and days in Alamosa. This drive aims at providing items to help the homeless community survive living outside this winter, as well as providing some health items due to their lack of health care services. All donations will go to the homeless community here in Alamosa at La Puente.

Any and all items are accepted but some specific needs for the drive include: First aid kit items such as Band-Aids, gauze, medical tape, scissors, ACE wraps, braces, splints, antiseptic or wet wipes, Ibuprofen/Neosporin, hand sanitizer, and hand warmers. More winter items include boots, beanies, gloves, thermals, jackets, and any warm clothing.

The donation box will be on the second floor of Richardson Hall in front of room 2-109.

Thank you in advance to anyone who decides to donate!

This Week in Adams State History

1936 the first dorms open:
Women in Casa Bonita
Men in Kit Carson

-1967 Leon Memorial Hall dedication

Be watching for more historical events as our 100th Anniversary Celebration continues!

Computing Services Maintenance for Thursday, 10/21/21

Beginning at 9:00 PM MST on Thursday, 10/21, Computing Services will be installing October Microsoft Windows patches to all Windows-based systems, including employee, lab and TEC Classroom computers. These patches will force a reboot, so please log off and leave your computers on at the end of your work day Thursday to assist with installation.

Also beginning at 9:00 PM MST Thursday evening, Computing Services will be installing October Microsoft updates on all Windows production servers. Throughout this time, users will experience intermittent outages (5-15 minutes) and brief interruptions to network services as systems reboot.

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

Have a great day,
Computing Services

Continuing Education Office Wins Homecoming Decorating Contest

The Continuing Education Office earned the bragging rights as Best Decorated for Homecoming.
There was lots of creativity and enthusiasm as 17 departments across campus participated in the Homecoming of the Century office decorating.
Thanks to all who participated!

Employment Opportunity!

The Upward Programs are looking for individuals ready to support first-gen/low-income students preparing for their college journey.

English Instructor-$13.00
-Monday & Tuesday Evening Availability Required

Math Instructor-$13.00
-Monday & Tuesday Evening Availability Required

Driver- Amount Varies
-Monday & Tuesday Evening Availability Required

Program Assitant- $13.00
-Conduct Day Sessions based on Post-Secondary Advising
– Travel to target schools to meet with students
– Revise admissions and scholarship essays
– Answer post-secondary questions
– Document and update session attendance tracker.
– Update student files

Submit your application today!

Urgent: Scholarships!

Scholarship Universe is now available with thousands of scholarship opportunities for you. Make sure to go online and apply for your scholarships for next year by visiting today. Don’t forget to update your profile questions, scholarship essays and your references from last year if you need to.
Need help with your essays? Schedule an appointment today and meet with one of the amazing staff in the ASU Writing Studio.
The deadline to submit scholarship applications is February 1st, 2022 so apply today!!!
Don’t hesitate to contact One Stop Student Services if you need help along the way.