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After you have been admitted, begin completing the items listed below so that you will be prepared for your first semester at ASU.
Connect with your advisor to register for classes. You can find your advisor when you visit the advising website.
You must speak with your academic advisor before you can register for classes. Once your advising hold is removed, you’ll register using RamPort.
For more information, contact the Registrar’s Office at 325-942-2043.
The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) was implemented to ensure students enrolled in Texas public colleges and universities possess the necessary academic skills to succeed. Please provide ASU with your TSI documentation prior to attending New Student Orientation.
Please fax your score report to 325-942-2553 or email the score report to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Attending orientation is a great way to learn about campus resources and familiarize yourself with ASU. Remember, you can register for classes before orientation.
At New Student Orientation, you will meet with an academic advisor. If you are considering changing your major, we recommend you do so before attending orientation to ensure that you get the most out of your advising and class registration sessions. To make that change, contact your ASU admissions counselor.
This three-day off-campus camp gives you a crash course in ASU spirit and traditions. Ram Round-Up is also a great opportunity to meet other incoming students.
Deciding where you’re going to live is a crucial component of your college success.
If you choose to live on campus, complete our Housing Application and pay the $100 application fee.
Some students may have the option of living off campus during their first year at ASU. If you choose to stay off campus, you need to fill out the Request for Exemptions Form.
As you get further into the housing process, you can log in to RamPort to check on any housing holds and take proper actions to remove those holds.
Complete and submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online and designate Angelo State University as your receiving institution.
ASU offers more than 270 general scholarships that are not tied to specific degree programs. Submit the General Scholarship Application to be eligible. The priority deadline is March 15.
ASU’s Veterans Educational and Transitional Services (VETS) Center assists veterans, active duty service members and their dependents. Ask about your benefits and the types of financial assistance available.
Contact your previous institution’s Registrar’s Office to request a copy of your final official transcript. This confirms you were in good academic standing. Your previous institution may either provide you a hard copy in a sealed envelope or send it electronically. Electronic transcripts are preferred and can allow for faster processing of the application.
State law requires all incoming students not meeting an exemption to show proof of receiving a bacterial meningitis vaccination. The vaccination must have been administered within five years of enrollment, and the latest possible date to receive the vaccine is 10 days prior to the first day of the semester.
Please fax proof of your bacterial meningitis vaccination to 325-942-2553 or email it to email@example.com.
The ASU OneCard is the official identification card for ASU students. You’ll use it with your campus meal plan and for access to the residence hall buildings. You’ll also need it to verify that you are a student at some campus events and activities.
If you plan to drive to your classes or park a vehicle at your residence hall, you’ll need to purchase an ASU parking permit.
View and accept the financial aid available to you by following these steps:
Payment is due before the semester begins and may be made by cash, check, money order or credit card. Checks or money orders should be made payable to Angelo State University. Installment plans are also available under our online payment options.
Sol Mayer Administration Building
8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday
Student Accounts/Bursar’s Office
ASU Station #11046
San Angelo, TX 76909-11046
Tuition is the cost to attend classes at Angelo State University. We work to keep tuition affordable while providing a quality education to our students.
Here are some quick facts about tuition:
NOTE: If you enroll in courses during ASU student orientation but do not attend ASU, you will still be held responsible for tuition and fees associated with those courses unless you officially withdraw from the university.
For more information about the costs of attending ASU and to estimate your tuition expenses, please view our Cost Information.
As part of maintaining a safe and healthy community Angelo State University requires all incoming students to complete the AlcoholEdu and Haven training courses.
Part I of AlcoholEdu and Haven will open on July 25th and must be completed by August 29th. Part II of these courses will be open on September 26th and will close on October 24th.
Information on how to take these courses will be sent to your email address. Look for more details on these trainings at New Student Orientation and Ram Round-Up!
Please contact the Office of Title IX Compliance, should you have any questions at 325-942-2047.
If you do everything on your phone, the ASU Mobile app is perfect for you.
The app, available for Apple and Android devices, allows you to:
Rambunctious Weekend is Angelo State’s welcome weekend that helps kick off the fall semester every year. Students are invited to participate in three days’ worth of activities to help them meet other students and transition to college life.
Activities vary from team building exercises and a student organization tailgate to a spirit rally and a barbecue with water inflatables at the ASU Lake House. You can pick and choose the events that interest you, but you definitely don’t want to miss out on this great introduction to college life!
Watch 2016 Rambunctious Weekend.