Campus Announcements

Work Study Position available

The Athletic Department has an opening for an office assistant. Please send a resume to if you are interested. Preference will be given to a highly motivated freshman or sophomore interested in a renewable year to year work-study position. This position will require an 8 hour per week commitment, flexible hours.

Tax Help Colorado Training Saturday 24!!!!

Are you interested in participating in well established program at ASU??? The School of Business has a GREAT opportunity for you!!!!

Join us for the Tax Help Colorado Program Training on Saturday, January 24th at 8:30 am in BUS 130! Over the past three years we have grown the program to deliver free tax preparation services to over 825 residents of the SLV and refunded over $1.3MILLION those taxpayers!

If you are interested in contributing to the program and cannot make this training please email Alfred Petross at

Used Book Sale

Tri-Beta will be selling some old science books in addition to some books required for Intro to Theatre. Stop by Porter Hall from 12:30-2:00 to see if we have any books you may need!

Need a few extra credit hours? Still spots left!

Looking for an extra credit hour? Looking for classes that are filled with adventure?

Take Introduction to Adventure and Leadership or Wilderness First Aid!

Intro to Adventure and Leadership: In this course, students will be exposed to a variety of adventure and leadership topics, readings, and experiences. Completion of this course will prepare students for future leadership roles and for the HPPE 261 ALP Expedition. Previous students have talked about how much they enjoyed this fun and engaging class! CRN 14017 Tuesdays and Thursdays from 1-2:15pm

Wilderness First Aid: Knock this class out in one weekend in March! The course focuses on Basic Life Support skills, minor trauma, selected environmental topics, spine assessment and the ruling out process, allergic and toxic reactions, and “common” medical emergencies. As with all our courses, the majority of time is spent in hands-on skills practice and simulations. Cost $250 CRN 13518. March 7th and 8th

If you have questions or would like to register, please contact Curt Howell at

So how does that make you feel?…The Evolution of Counseling.

ASU Counseling Center and the Lost and Found Comedy Troupe have teamed up to provide a comedic look at psychology throughout the centuries, and also tap into stereotypes of mental health. We are having a night of laughter and pizza next week on Thursday, 1/29/15. The show starts at 6pm but there will be free pizza starting at 5:30pm. The show will be in the theater building and the show name is “So how does that make you feel?…The Evolution of Counseling.”

Several historical theorists and psychologists will be depicted in humorous tones, and more factual information will be provided by the Counseling Interns. After the comedy show, there will be a Q & A during which the counselors will get to know the audience, and directly address the stigma and stereotypes surrounding counseling and therapy,

Our aim for this show is to 1) Reduce stigma around mental health and counseling, 2) Familiarize the student body and the Alamosa Community with the faces of the ASU Counseling Center, and 3) Have a great and rowdy time!

School of Business BFF–FREE Food & Cash

School of Business Welcome Back session is TODAY, January 22 at 4:00. Come by for food and drink and register for a chance to WIN gifts cards and cash!

Christian Challenge ASU, Food and fellowship

Join us in Coronado lobby every Thursday night 6:30-8pm for a free meal, discussion about faith, and fellowship with other students.

textbook buy back!!

Miss last textbook buy back? No worries. MBS Book Company is out in front of the Bookstore buying unwanted textbook. today (January 21st) and tomorrow (January 22nd) from 8am to 4:30pm

Library Position Available

The Reference Department in the Nielsen Library seeks a dependable and motivated graduate student or mature upperclassman to help staff the reference desk during professionally staffed hours and to assist patrons when regular staff is not present. Student workers will provide reference service in an effective, timely, and courteous manner. Students must be available to work for at least two semesters. Evenings and weekends may be required.

Duties include:

Provide reference assistance to library patrons. If unable to answer question, call on reference librarian.
Assist users with the online catalog, print materials, and electronic databases.
Provide patrons with directional information in locating materials and services.
Answer telephone reference questions or refer callers to reference librarian on duty.
Assist patrons in finding information and in learning how to conduct research and to find information on their own.
Sorts reference books, non-reference books and current periodicals, loads on book trucks, and shelves reference books.
Other duties as assigned
Please email your resume to Stacy Taylor at by January 30, 2015

ASU Poker Club Thursday

We are back! Hope everyone had a great break. Come join us for poker in the Loft. Registration begins at 7 pm on Thursday and game starts at 7:30 pm.

COMM 255 Now Accepting More Students!

For those who want to take COMM 255 Fundamentals in Media Communication (GT-AH2), the class has been moved to MCD 117, the cap raised, and interested students may now register for the course. Please note that you must have passed ENG 102 Communication Arts II to take the course. Come join us and learn the history of the media in the United States! Questions? Email Dr. Bonnstetter at

Get Connected with Computing Services!


Computing Services provides ASU’s students, faculty, and staff with technical support Monday—Friday 8AM – 5PM.

Here are some of the services we provide for those on-campus and through distance learning:

** If you forget your password or are a new student:
We can help you set up your student username and password for your ASU Student Ac-counts (Student Email, Student Account, and Blackboard) and other ASU resources (login for on-campus computer labs and library resources).

Here is a quick link from our HowTo Wiki Page to get you started:

** Do you live on-campus? Having troubles with your lap top or desk top? Our ResNet technicians can help!
ResNet provides an array of services for students . . . and it’s FREE! Some of the services include installing anti-virus software, taking care of pesky viruses, and diagnosing other software-related issues. AND, if we can’t fix it, we can provide you with contact information from our local businesses who can help you with hardware-related issues.

** With the New Year came new changes! Faculty and staff emails have been migrated to Gmail.

Here is a quick link from our HowTo Wiki Page to get you started as well as answer any questions you may have! Here, you can find helpful tutorial videos and other resources to get you started and informed about Google Email and Apps
Questions? Contact Us!
Phone: (719) 587-7741

Mindfulness Meditation Wednesdays

The semester is beginning…think about making space in your week for meditation. Come and be gently guided into a period of quiet as you rest from your frenzied schedule. Participate once or every week, as you wish. Meets every Wednesday at 5:30 pm in the United Campus Ministry room of the Student Life Center. Contact us for more information: 719.587.7516 or ALL WELCOME.

Become a Writing Tutor at the Writing Studio! (Spring 2015)

Become a Writing Tutor at the Writing Studio! (Spring 2015)

If you’re interested in meeting new people and making a real difference in
their education, then you might enjoy being a writing tutor in the Writing
Studio (MCD 220).

Applicants must be good writers and enjoy working with other students
individually and in groups and should have finished Communication Arts II
(or equivalent) with a B or higher.

To see the complete job description and apply, visit the Financial Aid
website (Work Study jobs in the School of Arts and Letters) at

And scroll to the bottom of the page to “Writing Studio Tutor”.

For further information contact Professor Affeldt at

Free & Confidential Counseling Services

The ASU Counseling Center is still temporarily located on the first floor of Petteys Hall; the residence hall located just to the North of Porter Hall (Math/Science). Counseling services are offered free-of-charge to ASU students and their immediate families and the services are confidential. Call us at 719-587-7746 to set up an appointment, or drop by the office.