Provided by Adams State College
Since its cornerstone was laid in 1923, Adams State College grew from a teachers' college into a fine liberal arts college. Adams State was recently designated the Regional Education Provider for southern Colorado. Today, students can earn a bachelor's degree in any of 16 majors, with 28 minors and emphases.
The close-knit campus and friendly community create a supportive environment that fosters success. Adams State is a perfect fit for anyone who loves snowboarding, rock climbing, mountain biking -- or the idea that professors will know them by name.
Adams State College dedicates its resources to provide opportunity and access for all students. The College is an innovative leader that recognizes the inherent educational value of diversity. It is a catalyst for the educational, cultural, and economic interests of rural Colorado, the surrounding region, and the global community.
Surrounded by stunning mountains - including several peaks over 14,000 feet - Adams State is located in Alamosa, Colorado. Small class size, a diverse student population, high quality faculty, and access across disciplines provide a hands-on learning experience. Students discover their strengths in a supportive, friendly environment.