News from the President's Office

Adams State hosts Executive Director of Colorado Department of Higher Education

Dr. Kim Hunter Reed, executive director of the Colorado Department of Higher Education (CDHE), met with Adams State trustees, administrators, and students during a visit to the university campus. Continue Reading…

Cleave Simpson and Kathy Rogers elected to head Adams State's Board of Trustees

Trustee Cleave Simpson was elected chair, and Trustee Kathy Rogers was reelected vice chair. Continue Reading…

Adams State Trustees approve Financial Plan of Action

The Board of Trustees for Adams State University authorized the university administration to formulate a contingency plan to right-size staff in the event on-campus enrollment continues to decline. Continue Reading…

President of AAC&U addressed Adams State faculty and staff

Her presentations focused on Adams State's role as a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), as well as on its development of the Adams Pathways. Continue Reading…

No Place for Hate

Adams State University can be an example of how vital it is to embrace and celebrate our diversity. This embrace can help us create a safe haven here on our campus. Continue Reading…

Adams State hosts SLV Economic Summit

Adams State University hosted the first San Luis Valley Economic Summit August 3, bringing together more than 100 representatives of economic development, business, and government entities from across Continue Reading…

Adams State University announces Industrial Hemp Initiative

"This is rural development at its best. I believe the valley can position itself to be a leader in the hemp industry," 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…

Adams State Trustees uphold principles of equity

Board Chair Arnold Salazar explained the resolution was developed over the last three months through a process that included input from the campus, community, and trustees. Continue Reading…

ASU President McClure honored in La Voz

Adams State University President Beverlee J. McClure was among 20 women recognized during Women's Month by La Voz, a bilingual newspaper published in Denver. Continue Reading…

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