Campus Announcements

CAMP@ASU is seeking a Graduate Assistant for 2018-19

CAMP@ASU is seeking applicants for a graduate assistant position. This position reports to the Director of the College Assistance Migrant Program. Candidates should possess the maturity, leadership, and professional qualities that will promote success of the CAMP@ASU project and its participants. Must be able to relate well to people in a university environment, show initiative, work independently, be conscientious, organized and have excellent communication skills. Please apply at the Google Form: Contact the CAMP@ASU Acting Director, Jasmine Camponeschi, with any questions at or 719-587-8318. Thank you for your interest.

Learn About ASU Theatre Tonight (Monday) @ 7pm

All students who are interested in participating with ASU Theatre are invited to attend an informational meeting on Monday, August 20 at 7 p.m. in the SLV Federal Bank Main Stage Theatre.

This is a great chance to meet other students who share a passion for theatre. Additionally, we will discuss the new theatre season, provide information about auditions, and hire students for work study.

2018-2019 Junior Advisor for Upward Bound Math & Science

Upward Bound Math & Science is looking for a Junior Advisor to work with high school students. Junior Advisors meet with students regarding college preparation and advising.

ASU students only and must and be available Monday & Wednesday evenings.
This position is funded through campus employment and runs until April 30th.
$12.00 per hour for 8 hours per week

For an application or more information, please contact Ty Aeschbacher in Richardson Hall, Room 2-400, email, or call (719) 587-7865.

Become an ASU Student Ambassador!

The ASU Admissions Office is seeking dedicated, friendly, ASU passionate students to represent ASU in giving campus tours and other recruitment activities. If interested, please stop by the Richardson Hall Welcome Center on the 1st floor to pick up an application.

Chile Cook-Off This Friday!

As part of Welcome Week, Co-Curricular Recreation and Engagement (CoRE) is hosting a Chile Cook-Off at the Cultural Awareness Student Achievement (CASA) Center this Friday at 5:30pm! This event is open to everyone: students, staff, faculty, alumni, and other members of the community– so please bring your friends and families!

At the event, we will have the chile cook-off, free chile from Juanito’s and the SLV Brewing Company, a jalapeno-eating contest, a live band, and horno bread and capulin jelly sales.

For more information about the event, or to enter for the chile cook-off or jalapeno-eating contest, contact Nzingha Wright or Angie Hill

Bread Prices:
– Pre-made horno bread: $8 /loaf
– Bread, hot from the horno: $10/loaf
Capulin (Chokecherry) Jelly Prices:
– $8 for 1/2 pint
– $12 for 1 pint

Microsoft Office 365 – FREE for Students, Faculty & Staff

All ASU students, faculty and staff can get a free subscription to Microsoft Office 365 for their personal computers (up to 5 computers) by visiting Login with your or account to download and install on your PC or MAC.

If you need assistance, please contact Computing Services @ ext. 7741.

Involvement Fair, ice cream and giveaways-Monday!

We’re giving away 300 scoops of ice cream! Welcome Week begins today with our first event, Get the Scoop on ASU! Over 55 clubs & orgs. will be on Campus Green on Monday to give you info on how you can get involved at Adams State and the SLV community. All students, not just first-years, are welcome to join! See you on Campus Green at 5pm!

Do you care about global environmental issues? Or just like to debate?

The ASU Model United Nations (MUN) class will address environmental issues this semester. Model UN is a great way to learn about different countries and cultures, improve public speaking, research and debate skills and have fun doing it! You may also earn the opportunity to travel to an international conference, where you will meet and compete with people from around the world.. The international-award-winning Model UN Team has competed in numerous countries, including Greece, Italy, France, the Netherlands, Belgium, the U.K. and Switzerland.
Model UN can be taken as a 3-credit upper division course (POLS 380) or a 1-credit enrichment credit (HGP 279)The class meets every Wednesday from 4-6:40, and the club meets afterwards. If you are just interested in the club, we would love to have you.

MUN students describe it as more than just a club, “it’s a lifestyle, a family.” Come be part of our family! For more info, please contact Dr. Mari Centeno at

Work Study Needed in Nursing Simulation Lab

The Nursing Simulation Lab is looking for a motivated and dependable individual to assist the simulation staff. Duties include: cleaning, setting-up, helping during simulations, inventory, as well as other tasks. If this is something that might interest you, please e-mail your resume to Michael Geiger at

Work Study Opportunity: Extended Studies

The Extended Studies office is hiring students for a work study position. If you are interested, please email your resume to

Mailroom Assistants Needed

The Richardson Hall Mail Room has job openings for three dependable students with Work-Study funds. Duties will include sorting and delivering campus mail/packages. Also required is the ability to lift 50lbs, and to complete the ASU Van Driving Training during the first week of employment. If you are interested, please drop by the Richardson Hall Mailroom to pick up an application or email Alex Harris at

Looking for an Internship?

The office of Career Services and Civic Engagement is a place to visit if you are interested in internship opportunities. We just received notice of a paid internship through the National Park Service. The internship seeks a graduate level student or recent graduate with a degree or coursework related to history or museum studies to work with the Sangre de Cristo National Heritage Area doing research, documentation, curation, and more. Find out more at or at

For information on this or other internships, visit our Jobs/Internship Board and offices on the first floor of Nielsen Library, or email

Work Study position available in the SUB

The SUB office is hiring building managers. Please stop by SUB office 321 for an application and job description. Must be able to work evenings and some weekends.

Work Study Opportunity: Loft Attendant/CoRE Center Student Staff

The Loft and Co-Curricular Recreation and Engagement (CoRE) Center are hiring students for a dual work-study position! This role within Campus Life includes working in both The Loft, a game and entertainment space, as well as serving as a staff member within the Co-Curricular Recreation and Engagement (CoRE) Center, formerly known as the Student Life Center. This position is expected to work a total of 6-8 hours a week and only for students eligible for full-time work study. Students in this role are not able to hold split positions; if you are hired for this role, you will not hold roles in other work study capacities across campus.

Information about the position and application process can be found at

Questions can be addressed to Ryan Jewe at

** Hiring – Computing Services Help Desk Assistants

Computing Services has openings for Help Desk Assistants! Must be skilled in customer service as well as effective business and interpersonal communication and be reliable. Duties include answering the telephone and assisting walk-in customers, responding to emails from students, faculty, and staff. Assist students to activate their account or reset passwords. Entering work tickets when necessary. Perform other duties as assigned. Knowledge of MS Office and Google Apps is required. Must be able to multitask and work in a team environment. Must have Work Study through Financial Aid. If interested in working in Computing Services, please email Patti for an application or stop by Computing Services. Welcome to Adams State !