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Announcement: Adams State introduces Grizzly Persistence Aid to assist students and support their degree attainment. The University is establishing a new program of emergency financial support called Grizzly Persistence Aid to help students meet unexpected costs and needs due to the COVID-19 pandemic and to help ensure Adams State students persist in the pursuit of their degree. Adams State has been allocated $784,457 in immediate student emergency relief funds through the federal CARES Act. It has also secured support from other partners, including the El Pomar Foundation and the Project Success Emergency Aid Program, and will combine these funds to establish the Grizzly Persistence Aid program. In addition to direct emergency financial aid support, Adams State is working quickly and carefully to assist students and families with housing and meal adjustments. The University is evaluating a prorated adjustment for unused housing and dining charges for the Spring 2020 semester for students who lived on campus. Adams State is taking into account a student’s financial aid awards, including scholarships, to determine adjustments on student accounts. Adams State students can learn more about this critical support and can apply to receive Grizzly Persistence Aid by visiting our web site: #ThisIsAdamsState #GrizzliesPersist

Adams State vocal jazz ensemble 68 West

Adams State's award-winning vocal jazz ensemble 68 West brightens your day singing Light in the Hallway. We hope you enjoy the music. #ThisIsAdamsState #PerformingArts #AdamsStateMusic

TGIF, Thank Grizzlies It's Friday. #ThisIsAdamsState #TGIF

We turn 100 in 2021. Make plans to join us in the fall of 2021 for our 100-year celebration. #Turning100 #AdamsState

Adams State's Mark Manzanares, chair of our highly-ranked counselor education department, issues the mask challenge. Shows us your mask. We'll then send you an Adams State tshirt when you email us at [email protected].

Wishing everyone a safe, healthy and happy Easter weekend. #ThisIsAdamsState

Student Emergency Fund - Supporting the ASU Foundation - Adams State University

Adams State University has established a student emergency fund to help with direct financial assistance to undergraduate and graduate students for food, housing, technology, loss of wages and other documented emergency needs. To give to the Adams State Student Emergency Fund please visit #ThisIsAdamsState #StudentSupport

Register for Fall 2020 classes beginning Monday, April 6. Don't worry. There is still time to apply. We have staff taking telephone calls and answering emails. #AdamsStateUniversity #RegisterFall2020

Stay strong Grizzlies.

Adams State Assistant Professor of Music Matthew Valverde sings a message to Adams State students as they complete their spring semester with courses via Blackboard online. #ThisIsAdamsState #DoingOurPart #GrizzlyStrong

#Heroes San Luis Valley Health

These gestures of “thinking of you” go a long way! Shout out to Adams State Coaches who collected snacks for our staff! #SLVStrong

Just before the stay-at-home order, we hosted Marsh Elementary students from Monte Vista for a day of activities. Adams State is and will remain the pride of the San Luis Valley, an asset that all children and residents of the San Luis Valley can utilize to their advantage. #AdamsStateUniversity #CommunityAsset #SanLuisValley

A PSA from Boomer

Our mascot Boomer washing his hands for 20 seconds while humming John Denver's Rocky Mountain High.

Adams State faculty messages to students

Adams State's close-knit environment and the strong relationship between students and faculty is not lost even when all our coursework is online during the COVID19 public health crisis. Watch the video. #GrizzlyStrong

We started the 2019-20 academic year Grizzly Strong. We remain even at a distance #GrizzlyStrong. #ThisIsAdamsState

2020 Census: What College Students Need to Know to Be Counted in the Right Place

Grizzlies, please watch this video on the 2020 Census: #AdamsStateUniversity #2020Census

Virginia Hyer from the U.S. Census Bureau's Public Information Office explains that college students that normally live at school should be counted at school...

Let us not forget: Adams State women's cross country won the NCAA DII team title this season, the 66th team title in Adams State running history. #RecentMemories #AdamsStateUniversity

Grizzlies, we miss you. Please read the latest update on Adams State's response to COVID19. Beginning Monday we will finish the spring semester online via Blackboard instruction. All classes will be completed on Blackboard. We have Blackboard instructions and resource tools and a lot more information on our COVID19 campus resource page found here: #ThisIsAdamsState

Coronavirus COVID-19 - Safety - Adams State University

Announcement: In response to the public health emergency related to COVID-19 and to ensure the well-being of our campus community, the community of Alamosa and the greater San Luis Valley, Adams State has made the decision to temporarily move all classes to our online course management system Blackboard for a period of two weeks (March 23 through April 3), immediately following Spring Break. Adams State has no knowledge of any cases of COVID-19 associated with our residence halls or with the University. However, Adams State will do its part to avoid any unintended spread of the virus by taking the following immediate steps: All classes will be delivered online via Blackboard beginning March 23 through April 3. Additionally, all students are asked not to return to campus immediately after Spring Break and to meet academic requirements via Blackboard through April 3. Students who receive approval to remain on campus will also receive instruction via Blackboard and must prepare for limited on-campus activities, services, and interactions, including limited housing and food service. The campus will remain open during this two-week period but will limit visitors to campus by suspending campus tours and visits beginning Spring Break week, Monday, March 16, through April 3. Adams State will also limit external events on campus beginning March 16. The continuity of instruction for our students is mission-critical for Adams State. We do not want any of our students to be stressed about finding a place to live during this Blackboard-only instructional period. Any student who needs to remain in campus housing should contact the Office of Housing at 719-587-7227. In the coming days, we will be working through the many questions that will emerge from these immediate actions to provide additional guidance and clarity. Please send questions to [email protected] and stay up to date on the COVID-19 web page: Campus Updates March 11, 2020 March 3, 2020 Campus Wide Forum 4 p.m. Richardson Hall Auditorium Will also be livestreamed Facebook and YouTube. It should also be noted that testing is just beginning and we can expect to hear about more cases in Colorado and across the country. The best prevention fo...

COVID-19 Campus Wide Forum

Coronavirus COVID-19 - Safety - Adams State University

Grizzly nation, please tune into an Adams State campus forum at 4 p.m. Thursday for updates on how Adams State is responding to the public health emergency related to COVID-19. You can access the livestream and stay up to date on Adams State's response to COVID-19 here: To ask a question during the livestream, please email it to [email protected]. An FAQ will be posted on the Adams State COVID-19 page following the livestream. To date there have been no cases of COVID-19 reported on campus. #ThisIsAdamsState Campus Updates March 11, 2020 March 3, 2020 It should also be noted that testing is just beginning and we can expect to hear about more cases in Colorado and across the country. Any contingency plans directly impacting Adams State will be communicated to you directly through email notices and throug...

Coronavirus COVID-19 - Safety - Adams State University

Dear Adams State Campus Community: With the health and well being of all campus members our highest priority, I wanted to update you on how Adams State is responding to COVID-19, or the new coronavirus. To date, there have been no cases reported on campus or in the San Luis Valley, and Adams State continues to operate normally. As you know, on Tuesday Gov. Polis declared a state of emergency for Colorado. The governor’s state of emergency declaration does not impact the Adams State campus; however, it does make federal dollars and federal resources more readily available to the state should Colorado request or need additional federal support. We also are aware that at 5 p.m. Wednesday the governor will hold another press conference to update the status of COVID-19 in Colorado. We anticipate the governor will provide guidelines for higher education institutions in the state. It should also be noted that testing is just beginning and we can expect to hear about more cases in Colorado and across the country. Any contingency plans directly impacting Adams State will be communicated to you directly through email notices and through the Campus Alert System. Adams State’s COVID-19 resource page will also have the most up-to-date information, including any impacts to campus. You can visit the page here: The best prevention for COVID-19 continues to be what we should practice every year during flu season: wash your hands often, cough into your elbow, avoid touching your face and stay home if you’re sick. As we approach Spring Break, we urge students, staff, and faculty to closely follow all travel alerts and strongly discourage travel to areas the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have identified as Level 2 or 3 risks (Italy, China, Iran, South Korea, Japan.) Travel alerts may also change quickly and we encourage all campus members to be flexible in their plans. If you know you’ve been exposed or if you exhibit symptoms of COVID-19 virus, students should immediately notify Vice President for Student Affairs Ken Marquez before returning to campus, and faculty and staff should immediately notify Tracy Rogers in Human Resources. As the COVID-19 situation evolves, please anticipate further updates. Thank you, and please have a safe Spring Break. President Lovell Colorado confirmed its first case of COVID-19 on March 5. With upcoming travel being imminent for many students and staff at Adams State University, there are several simple, yet effective precautions you can take to reduce the chances of contracting the virus: Avoid contact with individuals who are...

A busy Saturday on campus with Discover Day and prospective students and families learning about academic programs like Adams State psychology, and nursing and so many more. The campus also hosted Upward Bound orientation for soon-to-be high school freshmen and their families. #AdamsState #Alamosa #Colorado. (Photos by Jade Winton/Adams State)

They’re first in their families to attend college. Adams State students at the state capitol on Friday talking about all the ways Adams State focuses on first generation college students. It’s a critical part of the University’s mission. Access and Opportunity for all. #ThisIsAdamsState #FirstGeneration

Adams State athletic fields offer some of the most amazing backdrops in college athletics. #BeautifulCampus #SanLuisValley #Alamosa #Colorado

Adams State artist-in-residence Cory Hills interacts with Alamosa elementary students during a recent assembly. Hills is a multi-percussionist musician and composer. His artist-in-residence project engages elementary and middle school-aged children throughout the San Luis Valley in a Percussive Storytelling program. This program brings classical music and storytelling to children in fun and accessible ways. #ThisIsAdamsState

Have a great weekend, Grizzly Nation. #ThisIsAdamsState

Thank you Alamosa County Commissioners for the support and partnership with the Colorado Opportunity Scholarship Initiative matching grant program. Adams State students benefit through your support and we are grateful for the partnership. #AdamsStateUniversity #AlamosaCounty

Adams State Assistant Professor of Music Matthew Valverde, D.M.A, will be honored with the JV Educational Leadership Award for providing outstanding leadership within the field of higher education. He will receive his honor at JV Educational's 18th Annual International Males of Color Empowerment and Retention Conference in October. He exemplifies the outstanding faculty who work each day to educate and empower the students of Adams State. Congratulations, Dr. Valverde. #WeAreGrizzlies #ThisIsAdamsState

Colorado’s best high school musicians will be in concert at noon on Saturday when the Top of the Nation Honor Band hits the stage in Richardson Hall. We are a music school and honored to mentor and host these outstanding students. On Thursday night, Adams State musicians will welcome the TOTN Honor Band with a performance that begins at 7 p.m. #AdamsStateUniversity

Make it a great week, Grizzly Nation. #ThisIsAdamsState

Building Grit Fosters Meaning in Life | Phil Kassel & Rena Kirkland | TEDxOkoboji

Adams State Assistant Professor of Psychology Rena Kirkland, Ph.D., presents her recent TEDx talk on "Building Grit" at Okoboji, Iowa. Take a look: #AdamsStateFaculty #BuildinGrit #TEDxTalk #AdamsStatePsychology

Authentic meaning, purpose, and fulfillment is experienced in the journey of building grit. Learn why grit is productive in moving towards your irresistible ...

Student artists Kat Muniz, Isaiah Elder, Kyle Brown and Brian Mott teamed up on this crane design for the upcoming Monte Vista Crane Festival. You'll see the art hanging downtown Monte Vista along with others through a promotion spearheaded by Ken Hamko with the Sandhill Inn & Suites. Adams State is proud to support the crane festival and Monte Vista's efforts to promote the annual event. #StudentArtists #AdamsStateUniversity #CraneFestival #SanLuisValley

The success of our alumni means a great deal to Adams State. We want to wish the best of luck to Lauren Martin Masterson and Kyle Masterson as they compete this weekend in the 2020 U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials in Atlanta. Go get 'em. Grizzly Nation is behind you. #ThisIsAdamsState #RunnersSchool #OlympicTrials2020

It was a star-studded evening Monday at Richardson Hall Auditorium for the first Adams State Gives Day Telethon. We were treated to amazing performances and we raised more than $30,000 in the 90-minute show to benefit the students of Adams State. We are grateful to all who participated and all who made pledges in support of Adams State. If you missed the live internet show, you can view it here in its entirety. #AdamsStateUniversity

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Make a pledge to support the students of Adams State and show you’re All in for Adams. #AdamsStateGivesDay #AllInForAdams

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Extra Miles - Episode 1 - Olympic Trials Reunion

We're turning 100 in 2021. One of our legacies is running and propelling the community of Alamosa and the San Luis Valley. Watch. #ThisIsAdamsState #Turning100

In 1968 Alamosa, Colorado was home to the very first US olympic marathon trials. 50 years later, hundreds of familiar faces from the inaugural event descended upon…

Adams State is pleased to announce Kent Buchanan, Ph.D., as the new Vice President for Academic Affairs. Dr. Buchanan, who brings more than 25 years of experience in higher education, will join Adams State on March 1. He served as provost and vice president for academic affairs at Oklahoma City University, where he spent the past 13 years. He held appointments as assistant provost, as well as chair of biology at Oklahoma City University. He was also a tenured professor of biology at two different universities, including Tulane University Health Sciences Center, where he worked from 1999 to 2006. "We are fortunate to have someone of Dr. Buchanan’s caliber to lead our academic affairs division,” said President Lovell. “He brings extensive experience in creating new academic programs in online platforms, academic program review, strategic planning, budget development, accreditation, and faculty development." "I am excited about joining the amazing faculty, staff, and students at Adams State University," Buchanan said. "I was so impressed by the student-centered culture at Adams State and the commitment of the faculty, staff, and administration to ensure that every student can be successful. I look forward to working on initiatives to help Adams State continue to build on the reputation of serving diverse and historically underserved students." Read full release at #AdamsStateUniversity

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Adams State vocal jazz ensemble 68 West
Stay strong Grizzlies.
A PSA from Boomer
Adams State faculty messages to students
COVID-19 Campus Wide Forum
Seasons Greetings
Commencement Fall 2019
Discover Day at Adams State
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