|University Motto||Great Stories Begin Here|
|President||Dr. Beverlee J. McClure|
|Year of establishment||1921|
|Address||208 Edgemont Blvd. Alamosa, CO 81101|
Adams State College
Adams State University (ASU) is a small, state-supported liberal arts university in Alamosa, Colorado, U.S., in the San Luis Valley, home to the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. ASU offers undergraduate programs in physical and social sciences, in fine arts, business and nursing, and specializes in educator curricula in several disciplines. ASU also offers graduate degrees in, among others, history, art, business (MBA), and educator programs, including counselor education. There is also a postgraduate (PhD) program in counselor education. The University has an active athletic program, both in participatory sports and in athletics educator training; the Adams State Grizzlies intramural teams compete under the auspices of the Rocky Mountain Athletic
The Adams State College is a Public university located in Alamosa.
The Adams State College was founded in 1921.
The current president of Adams State College is Dr. Beverlee J. McClure.
According to verified online sources, the Adams State College enrolls a total of 3467 students.
According to the main website, the Adams State College has a total student population of 3467 undergraduate students.