Campus Announcements

Pi Sigma Alpha-Political Science Honor Society

If you are a student majoring or minoring in political science, and have GPA above 3.0, rank in the top one-third of your class, and completed the hours required in political science courses for the society, we invite you to join Pi Sigma Alpha, the national honor society for political science. If you think you have these qualifications or have questions, please contact Jess at:

Pi Gamma Mu Honor Society

Students who are majoring or minoring in History, Anthropology, Political Science or Social Studies Education, or graduate students in history, who have completed 18 hours in courses with the above prefix, rank in the top-third of your class, and have a GPA above a 3.0 are invited to join Pi Gamma Mu, the international honor society for social sciences. If you believe you have these qualifications or have questions, please contact Jess at:

Club E.S.R.A. presents “The Perfect Date”

You didn’t miss it! Club ESRA will hold their meeting this Mon., 3/2/15, from 5-6:30 p.m., in the Student Life Center. Topics will include The Perfect Date/ the “Dating Bill of Rights”/Steps of Intimacy. Club ESRA (Education for Sexual Risk Avoidance) will meet on the 1st and 3rd Mon. of every month for the remainder of the school year. Club ESRA~ This GRIZZ is looking out for you!

$1.00 Fryday @ Vistas

It’s Fryday @ Vistas, tonight, 5pm to 9pm. Come up to the restaurant for $1.00 fry night.
Get an order of waffle-cut, beer batter, sweet potato or steak fries for only $1.00. That’s half-price fries, tonight only, 5pm to 9pm @ Vistas.
And remember, we will also offer all of our other menu items tonight including wings (bone-in or boneless), 10 inch pizzas and gourmet hot dogs as well.

Volunteers needed for Women’s Week

The ASU Women’s Week Committee is in need of volunteers to greet people at the door for each event during Women’s Week.

You can volunteer for one event or several events. For a full list of events with times and locations please visit our blog at

Once you find an event you would like to volunteer for please email Tori at

We are also in need of judges for our Poetry slam competition, and judges for our costume contest.

Thank you in advance for you help with our Second Annual ASU Women’s Week.

C.A.S.A. Friday Lunch

Happy Friday!
Come join us for meatless lasagna and great company.
Friday Luncheon starts at noon.

Christian Challenge ASU, Evolution vs. Creation

Join us tonight (Thursday) from 6:30-8pm in Coronado Lobby for FREE food, and a fascinating look into what science reveals about the origin of human life.

New Student Union Mailroom Window Hours

New Window Hours For Student Union Mailroom
Effective Immediately!


Monday 11:45 – 5
Tuesday 11:45 – 12:45 / 2:00 – 5:00
Wednesday 11:45 – 12:45 / 3:00 – 5:00
Thursday 11:45 – 4:00
Friday 11:45 – 3:00
Thank you for your cooperation during this transition.
Mailroom Staff


The Paw Print is now available! Pick up your copy around campus today or read us online at

Grizz Cru Burrito Sale

Grizz Cru presents Breakfast Burrito Fundraiser for Adams State Annual Backyard Bash Extravaganza. Come fill your early morning crave and grab a Breakfast Burrito stuffed with choices of Bacon, Sausage or Veggies. You can pick them up from The Japanese Garden outside McDaniel Hall, East Campus, or at the Rock between Coronado and the SUB. Burritos will be $3 for one or $5 for two. Grizz Cru will be selling these March 5, 6, 12, and 13th.

Notice – Mailroom Changes, Effective Immediately!

Notice – Richardson Hall Mailroom Changes, Effective Immediately!

The Mailroom supervision has changed and it is now under the direction of Facilities Services, supervised by Rodney Martinez.

The new Richardson Hall Mailroom hours will be as follows:
Mailroom Lobby 7:00 am – 6:00 pm
Mailroom Window: 8:30 – 10:30 am and 2:00 – 4:00 pm. (Packages and mail that needs to be metered can be dropped off and picked up during these times).

For security purposes please DO NOT leave mail on the counter when the window is not open.

ALL outgoing mail must be received by 4:00 pm the previous day. For example, if you have a package that must be mailed out on Wednesday, it must be to the mailroom no later than 4:00 pm Tuesday.

Reminder – to help expedite our process include BOTH the DEPARTMENT and the 4 DIGIT MAILBOX (Suite) NUMBER assigned by the mailroom on all correspondence, packages and inter office mail.

Rodney Martinez
Facilities Services
208 Edgemont 4030
Alamosa, CO 81101

Please do not use Building / Room Numbers

Please contact Rodney Martinez at or at 719-580-0496 with any questions or concerns. Thank you for your cooperation during this transition.

New Scholarship for Agribusiness Majors

The Shriver/Wright Agricultural Scholarship is available for 2015-2016. The deadline to apply is March 13, 2015. The amount is variable. Recipients must meet the following criteria:
1. Must be registered full-time.
2. Must be majoring in Agribusiness.
3. Must have a cumulative GPA of at least 3.0 or better.
4. Preference will be given to graduates from high schools in the San Luis Valley.
5. Recipient must attend a water meeting with the Rio Grande Water Basin roundtable or San Luis Valley Water Conservation District.
Please submit your application and personal letter addressing educational and career goals to the One Stop Shop. To download an application, visit

Scholarship Opportunity

The Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund is awarding scholarships to children and grandchildren of federal employees. Deadline is April 24. Please visit the website to apply and view more information.

Wild Wing Wednesday

Remember, tonight is Wild Wings Wednesday @ Vistas. Come up to the restaurant and enjoy great food with great service, in a awesome environment, 5pm to 9pm. 6 bone-in or 8 boneless wings, with 9 different sauces to choose from, for only $3.00 per order. We also offer our wings as a meal by adding an order of fries (waffle-cut, beer batter or sweet potato) and a drink (fountain, 20 oz bottled soda or water) for only $6.50.

ASU 2014 Campus Climate Survey Released

After a presentation at Kindred Spirits, with plans for a campus roundtable to gain recommendations, and an opportunity to present the report to cabinet in early March, the CIELO sub-committee has posted the ASU 2014 Campus Climate Report focused on Inclusion and Equity. Link to the executive summary, key findings and recommendations, are on the CIELO web-site. Join the CIELO list serve to initiate discussion regarding the report email to subscribe. Next year (2016) we will repeat the survey, increase participation, and compare information.