Adams State College

Adams State College in Alamosa
Adams State College was founded in 1921 as a teacher's college. | Photo by Tee Poole / flickr

Staff writer

Adams State College offers daily tours, largely aimed at prospective students. Classes are in session from September to mid-December and mid-January to mid-May.

The Adams State College Theatre has a growing national reputation, with award-winning productions staged in its state-of-the-art theater building.

Also on the Adams State campus, the Luther E. Bean Museum features Native American pottery, Navajo and Rio Grande weavings, and paintings and bronzes by locally known artists. Exhibits also include memorabilia of Adams State founder and former Colorado Gov. William H. “Billy” Adams.

Adams State College
208 Edgemont Blvd.
Alamosa, CO 81102
(800) 824-6494
(719) 587-7011