Are you looking to develop your leadership skills and share your Grizzly spirit with prospective students and their families? The Adams State Admissions Office is looking for student leaders just like you to join our Grizzly Student Ambassador team.
The role of a Grizzly Student Ambassador is one of the most important, and fun jobs at Adams State University. Student Ambassadors are integral to the success of our University, as they are the first point of contact for prospective students and their families. They provide current-student experiences, expertise to our campus visitors, and are the face of Adams State. Ambassadors develop professional skill sets and share resources to support the successful transition of prospective and incoming students. Bilingual students and students of diverse backgrounds are highly encouraged to apply.
Student Ambassador Responsibilities: Give in-person and remote/online campus tours, support Admissions in weekly call center shifts, attend and facilitate Discover Day activities/programming, support outreach events including registration nights and school visits, attend and aid graduation events, represent Adams State University, occasional mascot/mascot handler duties, other duties as assigned.
Qualifications: be a current ASU student (2021-2022 academic year) enrolled in at least (6) credit hours, adhere to the Adams State Student Code of Conduct, maintain a minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA while serving as a Student Ambassador, demonstrate passion for Adams State University and The Office of Admissions, attend mandatory bi-weekly staff meetings and work some evenings and weekends.
Email Lindsey Wente, the Welcome Center Coordinator, for an application: email@example.com or stop by in person on the first floor of Richardson Hall.
The Office of the Vice President for Student Affairs is hiring ASU Students to serve in the position of COVID-19 Health & Safety Coordinator. Interested students must contact Ms. Gina Willis (719) 587-7221 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange an interview.
Position Title: COVID-19 Health & Safety Coordinator
Reports To: Office of the Vice President Student Affairs
Department: Student Affairs
Position Summary: The COVID-19 Health & Safety Coordinator is responsible for enforcing Adams State University COVID-19 Safety protocols and ensuring compliance with vaccination and testing requirements. This temporary full-time position is expected to work 20 hours per week until COVID-19 is no longer considered a public health threat.
Specific Job Duties: (Essential Functions and Responsibilities)
•Remain up to date with COVID-19 Guidelines from the CDC, Alamosa County Health Department and Adams State University.
•Develop and maintain a high level of visibility and positive rapport with students, employees and community.
•Communicate with all students and employees in a professional and empathetic manner.
•Seek, find and motivate students and employees to upload their vaccination record through the ASU Vaccination Portal.
•Encourage and educate unvaccinated students and employees on the benefits of becoming vaccinated and refer them to appropriate vaccination resources.
•Ensure that unvaccinated students and employees remain in compliance with university policies regarding COVID-19 testing on a weekly basis.
•Communicate with students, employees and (parents of students) who have been newly diagnosed with COVID-19 to provide support.
•Arrange contact with each person under active monitoring daily for 10-14 days to check that there is no onset of symptoms.
•Address any safety concerns immediately; elevate as necessary to the Vice President of Student Affairs or Director of Human Resources.
•Ensures all students and employees are utilizing appropriate personal protective equipment (PPE) in campus areas.
•Collaborate with students, faculty, staff and community members to promote awareness of COVID-19 health and safety policies.
•Maintain confidential student and employee health information.
•Complete student and employee status documentation and reports as assigned.
•Ability to work flexible hours including days, evenings and weekends.
•Knowledgeable and informed about COVID-19 Guidelines from the CDC, Alamosa County Health Department and Adams State University.
•Proof of completed COVID-19 Vaccination.
•Ability to promote and maintain a healthy and positive work environment with collegial and cooperative work relationships. Must be able to handle challenging interpersonal situations with tact and diplomacy.
•Ability to follow and enforce COVID-19 rules, policies and regulations to enhance public health.
•Ability to communicate and relate well with diverse populations, students, faculty, staff and the general public in a friendly, courteous, respectful and professional manner.
•Ability to take precise notes and demonstrate good organizational skills and attention to
•Proficiency with Google Software and Excel Spreadsheets preferred.
Salary: $18.00 per hour
Computing Services will be performing the following maintenance activities this week and next:
***Computing Services Maintenance Activities for this Thursday, 9/23/21***
Beginning at 9:00 PM MST on Thursday, Computing Services will be installing September 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 tomorrow evening (Thursday, 9/23), Computing Services will be installing September 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 Maintenance Activities for next Thursday, 9/30/21***
Beginning at 6:00 PM MST next Thursday, 9/30, Computing Services will be updating CLEANAddress in the Banner Production environment. While this update will slightly affect the Banner Admin page, Banner Self-Service will not be impacted and no downtime is expected.
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 email@example.com.
Have a great day,
The Upward Bound Programs have a few more positions open! We help first-generation/low-income students prepare for college. You could be a great support person to our students.
Math Instructor: $13.00/hr
As the Mathematics instructor, you will meet with students twice a month in the evenings to work on building their proficiency in Mathematics. You will go out to schools and meet with 9th and 10th-grade students. You are required to complete a lesson plan. Availability on Monday & Tuesday evenings is required from 6:00pm-10:00pm. (Campus Employment)
Driver: Amount Varies
-Must be available to drive on Monday and Tuesday evenings to transport high school students to school sessions and some field trips. Students are picked up at a central location in their town or at their school. After the sessions, the students are taken home. Must maintain a valid driver’s license. All drivers hired will be required to take an online driving test (this is an Adams State University requirement). Vehicles are provided by Adams State University. (Workstudy/Campus Employment Eligible)
Apply today and help make difference in our student’s lives!
Upward Bound Office
Richardson Hall 2-400
Six strangers, a lonely farmhouse, surrounded by brain-eating zombies – what could go wrong?
Set in 1968, the play is a horror parody of the classic zombie movie. The comedy re-creates live on stage the original film in the first act. In the second act, it presents a series of alternative endings which hilariously tests the question: Can anyone survive a night of the living dead?
Celebrate Halloween early with Adams State University Theatre’s NIGHT OF THE LIVING DEAD LIVE – Sept. 24, 25, Oct. 1-3. Call 719-587-8499 for ticket info. Come for the frights, enjoy the laughs. $10 General Admission, $9 Seniors and under 18, Free with valid AS&F ID.
Adams State Faculty and Staff our 100th anniversary celebration continues!
Plan now to attend the outstanding Adams100 documentary film premiere this Thursday, September 23 at 3:30 p.m. in Richardson Hall.
After the film, pick up an Adams100 T-shirt and a delicious snack and beverage from Sodexo.
With a scholarship donation of $100 or more you will receive a six-pack of the Adams100 commemorative beer from Three Barrel Brewing Company.
Click the link below for more details.
You can figure out the problems with that sentence pretty easily, right? But sometimes writing is more complicated. That’s when it’s time to contact the Writing Studio. We will work with you to make your writing as clear and concise as possible. Any assignment, any major. In-person, drop-in tutoring is now available.
The Writing Studio, McDaniel Hall, 220, (719) 587-7898, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Make an appointment for a Google Meet online meeting, or an in-person meeting. Click here: tinyurl.com/writing-studio-calendar .
• Monday-Thursday 9 a.m.-4 p.m.
• Wednesday 6:30-8 p.m.
• Friday – 9 a.m.-Noon.
You can write better!
Friday September 17, 2021 is the official federal holiday recognizing the ratification of the U.S. Constitution on September 17, 1787
In recognition of this important day, we welcome the ASU community to celebrate the U.S. Constitution.
● Constitution Day Quiz: Take this 12-question ‘open-book’ quiz about the U.S. Constitution. In the quiz there are links to copies of the Constitution and other related resources to further explore the Constitution
● Win a prize! The first 50 entrants who score correctly on at least 9 of the 12 questions will be awarded a $5.00 Starbucks gift card.
● Explore the United States Constitution Day guide prepared by the Nielsen Library that provides even more resources about the Constitution for you to further explore.
● Make some time to test your knowledge of, and learn more about, the United States Constitution, the document that establishes the living framework for our government and influences our daily lives here in the United States.
Good Trouble: How have the Amendments to the Constitution changed the nation?
Twenty seven. That is the number of times the U.S. Constitution has been amended from its ratification in 1788. Today we celebrate Constitution Day, the day the Constitution was sent by the Constitutional Convention to the states for ratification. Ten of those amendments, the Bill of Rights, came in the first three years. For a document of such brevity (about the length of a college term paper), only 17 times has it had to be amended to keep pace with a rapidly changing world. Two amendments cancel each other out, leaving 15. This presentation will examine the amendment process and how they have reshaped the original document, with an eye on the issues most relevant in today’s world.
Join us in recognizing this momentous event at 12 p.m. in McDaniel 101. Free pizza will be served!