All students are welcome to join us in Coronado Lobby from 6:30pm to 8pm for a FREE meal followed by a discussion/ lesson on faith topics. Tonight we will have burros and homemade green chili.
School of Business will be offering the following courses during the summer of 2018:
ECON 201 Econ & Today’s Society
ECON 255 Macroeconomics Principles
ECON 256 Microeconomics Principles
BUS 120 Bus Computer Applications I
BUS 207 Principles of Accounting I
BUS 307 Managerial Cost Accounting I
BUS 318 Business Statistics
BUS 430 Productions & Operations Mgmt
BUS 304 Principles of Marketing
BUS 362 Human Resource Management
BUS 363 Managerial Finance
BUS 208 Principles of Accounting II
BUS 315 Sales and Sales Management
BUS 345 Advertising
BUS 361 Principles of Management
BUS 371 Payroll Acctg & Taxation
BUS 480 Global Business Strategies
The ASU food pantry is teaming up with Cooking Matters for a quick 20 minute tour on campus to help students shop smarter, make healthier food choices, and SAVE $$$$$$!
When is it?
Thursday April 26.
Two time slots: 11AM and 12PM!
Where is it?
ASU food pantry in SUB!
WHAT’S THE BEST PART?
Just for showing up, you’ll get a $10 City Market gift card and a free reusable shopping bag!
If you have any questions, contact Shelby McBain email@example.com.
On Saturday 4/21 from 9:00am to 2:00pm and Saturday 4/28 from 8:30am to 3:00pm, Biology students will be presenting their senior thesis topics. Please join us in Porter Hall 130 on either or both those days. For a detailed schedule, please contact Dr. Kristy L. Duran at firstname.lastname@example.org. Refreshments will be served.
When: Thursday April 19, 2018
Where: Nielsen Library
Paws & Relax is an event sponsored by the The Rex, ASU Counseling Center, Nielsen Library, and student club Promoting Healthy Individuals Through Empowerment (PHITE Club). Once a month, we gather dogs in the library for students to come and pet, love, talk to, and hang with! Studies have shown that animal assisted activities can both increase positive mood and decrease stress levels. Come out and get some furry love! This is also a part of Wellness Week
If you have questions about this event, please contact Lis Tomlin at email@example.com. Please visit our link for guidelines and more details about Paws & Relax: https://www.adams.edu/students/ccc/paws-and-relax.php
Please note that personal pets are not permitted at this event.
Developmental Volleyball (JV) will be having open gyms Thursdays from 6-8pm in the Plachy Field House. Come out this Thursday and the rest of April! No NCAA eligibility or sports physicals required.
If you’re interested in joining the Developmental Volleyball team next Fall, contact Coach John at firstname.lastname@example.org or text/call 229-726-0488.
“Religious and Worldview Engagement and Cooperation in Higher Education”
Religious demographics on the nation’s campuses are undergoing dramatic changes. Paying attention to worldview diversity in higher education prepares students to make meaning and deal with the complexities of the wider world. This will be an interactive and informative session co-presented by Shirley Atencio, Center for Religious and Spiritual Life coordinator, and Janett I. Cordoves, Interfaith Youth Core Co-Curricular Partnerships manager.
12:10 – 12:50 p.m.
Lunch provided, sign up at the entrance to La Mesa Dining Hall.
Open to all students, faculty and staff.
Highlighting various groups on campus that allow us to celebrate diversity. CIELO, Kindred Spirits and the CASA House
Come to MCD 208 on Thursday, April 19th at noon. Work with the writing studio staff to format those final papers and finish the semester strong. We can brainstorm paper topics, help format APA or MLA 8th edition, and help with grammar/punctuation edits.
Don’t have time to stay after the presentation? No worries, we can set an appointment for you to come in at a different time.
The Writing Studio (719) 587-7898, email@example.com
On Thursday 4/19/2018 at 5:15 on the First Floor of the Library PHITE CLUB (Promoting Healthy Individuals Through Empowerment) will be meeting right before PAWS and RELAX takes place for Wellness week. Come join us and see what we are all about!
Do you have your cap and gown yet? How about graduation announcements for all your friends and family? If not, there’s still plenty of time to order through the bookstore! You can come in, call 719-587-7912, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Prices are as follows (not including tax):
10 pack of announcements $10
Undergrad Gear: Gown $25 – Cap $6 – Tassel $4
Masters Gear: Hood $30 – Gown $28 – Cap $6 – Tassel $4
You can pick it up in store or we can ship it to you. Contact the bookstore for questions or to place an order!
All rental books are due to the bookstore ON OR BEFORE May 11th. If you are already done using the book, please check it in early!
If you want to keep the book, or will not be able to return it, please contact the bookstore BEFORE May 11th. If you do not return the book on or before May 11th YOU WILL BE CHARGED non-return fees!
Can’t remember if your book is rented? Contact the bookstore and we can check for you!
-Bike to campus day w/Free pancakes 7:45-11am ASAP Bike Shop (north eastern corner of Rex)
-Crestone Spiritual Center Tour 8am-3pm Transportation and lunch included RSVP to email@example.com
-HPPE Fitness Testing 12-2pm East Campus Human Performance Lab
-Kickball 6pm Campus Green
-Glow Zumba 7:30pm Rex
There will be a PBL meeting Friday April 20th in BUS 218 at noon!
There’s still time to sign up for the Earth Day Camping Trip this weekend! E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for all the details! It will be a weekend of fun! We are planting trees, playing games, and observing wild mustangs. Jeeps leave and return at noon on Friday and Sunday. Food, sleeping bags, tents, and transportation all included!
Come to the loft on Wednesday 4/18 to participate in our annual FIFA tournament. Compete against the best players at Adams State. The winner will be awarded with a gift card. Besides the tournament we will have free games and snacks.