Senior Chase Sauvage has blazed a trail at Angelo State that he hopes others will follow.
ASU has students and faculty of all ethnicities that creates a truly diverse learning environment.
The University Center is named after Houston Harte, the longtime publisher of the San Angelo Standard-Times and confidant of President Lyndon Baines Johnson.
ASU was named one of The Princeton Review’s Best 378 Colleges and Universities for 2014 based largely on its outstanding academic programs.
—Jose G. Loa Peña
All upper division courses at ASU are taught by faculty with doctoral degrees.
—Hee Sun Do
ASU’s new student recreation center includes a climbing wall, indoor jogging track, free weights and modern exercise machines.
ASU students hail from all across Texas, as well as other areas of the nation and several foreign countries.
Each semester, Housing and Residential Programs organizes more than 350 programs for on-campus residents.
All ASU faculty members maintain office hours to answer student questions and address concerns.
ASU has more than 100 student-run clubs and organizations as well as a thriving intramural sports program.
ASU manages a major financial aid program that provides assistance to three out of four students.
ASU is located in San Angelo, the center of a West Texas community of more than 100,000 people.
ASU has a student-faculty ratio of 21:1.