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Ready to get started planning your future with Angelo State? Please read the admission requirements below and feel free to contact us if you need more information about any of the items listed.
You are assured if you are graduating from an accredited high school and present the required combination of high school class rank and college entrance test scores indicated below. Students from accredited high schools must earn minimum ACT (composite) or SAT scores for the class ranks listed here:
|High School Class Rank||ACT||SAT ***|
|Top 10%*||No minimum scores (but we need to have them on file)|
|Next 40%**||17||820 or Redesigned SAT: 900|
|3rd Quarter||File Review||File Review|
|4th Quarter||File Review||File Review|
* Recommended program or the Distinguished Level of Achievement on the Foundation High School Program.
**Recommended or Distinguished Achievement Program or the Endorsements or Distinguished Level of Achievement on the Foundation High School Program or its equivalent.
***SAT scores include combined critical reading and math. Redesigned SAT scores include evidence-based reading & writing and math. Both SAT tests will use the combined maximum score of 1600. Visit the Redesigned SAT web page for additional information regarding the exam.
Any student not meeting assured admission will have their file reviewed.
In addition to meeting the above standardized test score requirements, the State of Texas requires applicants to fulfill ONE of the following criteria:
Official college transcripts and/or advanced placement scores must be submitted in order to receive earned credit.
Students who submit ACT or SAT scores for admission purposes may be eligible for credit at Angelo State University.
We expect students to be academically prepared for success at the collegiate level. We specifically consider academic performance, standardized test scores and educational preparation. Consideration factors may include, but are not limited to, first-generation status, bilingual proficiency, extracurricular activities, community activities, region of residence, socioeconomic background, financial status of the school district, the school district’s performance level on the TEA’s accountability criteria, responsibilities such as employment or helping to rear children, resident of a rural or urban area or a resident of a central city or suburban area, attendance in a school under a court ordered desegregation plan, commitment to a particular field of study, personal interview, admission to a comparable accredited out-of-state institution, or any other consideration the university considers necessary to accomplish the university’s stated mission.
Before an admission decision can be made, you must submit ALL of the following items to the Office of Admissions: