Campus Announcements

Workstudy position in HPPE

There is a work study position open in the HPPE department. To see a description and application information, please go to the Student Job Listings link on the Financial Aid website. or email your resume to Caryn Chavez at
Application information will be accepted until Aug. 31st.

Wet ‘n’ Wild Pool Party

August 26th in Plachy Pool is Wet ‘n’ Wild Pool Party from 6 to 10 pm.We will have music, games and food. So Come Join us for our end Welcome Week Festivity!!!!!

Loft/Student Life Work Study – Applications Due TOMORROW!

Are you looking for a Work Study position for the 2016-2017 school year? The Loft and Student Life Center are accepting applications until TOMORROW (8/26) at 5PM.

This position within Student Life is a dual position which includes working in both, The Loft, a game and entertainment space, as well as serving in an assistant role within the office of Student Life and Leadership. Attendant will monitor the operation of The Loft. This will include preparing and selling food and beverage items, operating a cash register and being responsible for money, managing game rentals, programming small weekly events, doing some light cleaning, and monitoring Loft activities in general. The capacity of Student Life Assistant includes errands across campus, answering phones, emails, reservations, and assisting various SL&L projects. SL&L also focuses on building leadership and job skills with all staff members.

If you have any questions about this job opening, please email Brooke Stochl at

Paws and Relax on 9/1 – DOGS, DOGS DOGS!!

Paws and Relax is back by popular demand, and better than ever! The semester has begun! Are you stressed out? Need some time to breath and just relax with some fur friends? Come out and give some love to wonderful dogs of all ages, sizes, and breed mixes!!! Bring your friends and your petting hands 🙂
Where: ASU Library, first floor (6-7pm)
When: Thursday, September 1, 2016

Ice Cream Social/ Fruit Bar!!!

Christian challenge invites you to come by for a Meet and Greet Ice Cream Social/fruit bar, games, and fellowship TONIGHT , Thursday, from 6:30-8:00 pm in the courtyard between Coronado and Girault dorms! Hope to see you there!

Reminder: Work study positions in the Writing Studio

We’re having an open house today at 4 in McD 220 for all persons interested in tutoring. If you qualify for work-study and are interested in meeting people and working with our students, then consider becoming a tutor at the Writing Studio. We will hold an open house for those interested in tutoring on these dates / times: Thursday, August 25th from 4-4:30 and Monday, August 29th from 2-2:30. To learn more about whom we seek, please follow this link and look for a job description at the bottom of the page:

Still need another class?

The HPPE Department is opening up HPPE 251, Teaching Individual & Dual Sports, to non-teaching majors. This 3 credit hour class offers exposure to a wide variety of lifetime physical activities as well as local recreational facilities. Contact Dr. Jeremy Yeats for more information or to register.

Art League meeting!!! New students are welcome!

The first Art League meeting will be Friday August 26th at 12 pm located at the Adams State Art building in the main front lobby. We will be discussing the year to come and we are looking forward to meeting new students! Even if you are not an art major you are welcome to come! See you there!

Welcome Back Dinner Tonight

Join us tonight (8/25) for the Campus Welcome Back Dinner. A taco/nacho bar will be served in the student union banquet rooms 5-7pm. After you load up your plate, head out to the campus green where there will be seating and entertainment. Menu items include: Seasoned Ground Beef, Seasoned Ground Turkey, Veggie Burger Patty Crumbles
Soft Flour Tortilla and Corn Taco Shells
Tri-Color Nachos Corn Chips
Diced Tomatoes, Onions, Jalapenos, Olives, Black Beans, Pinto Beans, Mexican Rice
Shredded Lettuce, Shredded Cheese, Sour Cream and Guacamole
House Salsa, Mango Salsa, Cucumber Salsa
Tossed salad, Jicama Lime slaw and Black bean corn salad
Assorted Desserts
Lemonade with Fresh Sliced Strawberries
Fresh Pineapple-Thyme Iced Tea,Water
Students with meal plans – this is your dinner for the evening. If there are any specific menu questions please contact Sodexo at 587-7861.

LAB COATS from TRIBETA on Friday

TRiBETA will be selling lab coats tomorrow (August 26th) in the lobby of Porter from 10-11. Come get your size for only $5. You can also reach TriBeta via email at

Alumni Volleyball Match this Saturday!

Come out and support your ASU Volleyball Team as they take on Alumni in our 9th annual alumni match. The game starts at 6pm in Plachy Hall. See you there!

Campus networking issues- update

As many of you are aware, we have been experiencing problems with the campus network such as extremely slow connections, and at times, outages in loading content. Computing Services has been working late into the evenings to identify and troubleshoot the issue. We continue to monitor the network closely and are working as quickly as possible to eliminate the issue. As we make progress, Computing Services will notify the campus via email, our blog and announcements on the campus announcements web page.

We sincerely apologize for the inconvenience this has caused and are doing everything in our power to fix the issue as soon as possible. Thank you for your patience and support.

Computing Services

Annual ASU Model United Nations Camp! “We put the U.N. in FUN!”

“We put the U.N. in FUN!”
Join US (ASU MUN)!
For the Annual ASU Model United Nations Camp!

Learn about what ASU Model United Nations does!
Practice your debate, public speaking, and writing skills while learning about global issues and having fun at the same time!
When: September 3rd 2016, 12 to 5pm
Where: MCD 301
Contact: Dr. Centeno at or Jeremiah Medina at for more information

Lunchtime Talks in Science & Mathematics – Fall 2016

We are pleased to announce the series of Lunchtime Talks in Science and Mathematics for Fall 2016. The talks are held at noon in Porter Hall room 130. These lectures are intended for “general audiences” – students, faculty, staff, and community members are all encouraged to attend. The first lecture will be by Dr. Kevin Hand, scientist at NASA and JPL, and is titled “The Search for Life Beyond Earth.” The complete schedule of talks can be found here:

Laugh Now Cry Later!!!!!

Tonight is Comedy Night in Richardson Hall from 7-8. We have Comedian Chad Neidt here to make you laugh now and cry later. So Come enjoy some free laughs.