Transfer Days at ASU are events designed specifically for prospective transfer students to discover the benefits and advantages of completing their degree at Angelo State University. While visiting ASU, you will find out how your courses will transfer and receive an admission decision that day.
Our orientation programs help you transition to campus life by introducing you to valuable university resources, giving you campus and residence hall tours, and providing you with academic advising and assistance in registering for classes.
Specifically designed for interested high school seniors and potential transfer students, Experience ASU will allow you to immerse yourself in everything our current students have access to every day. From hands-on tours of our modern facilities to learning about the rich culture and academic experience at ASU, you’ll learn why ASU is the right fit for your future. Family and guests are also invited to enjoy all that Experience ASU has to offer!
ASU’s True Blue Fridays allow high school seniors and transfer students to tailor their campus experience according to their academic interests. Simply choose the True Blue Friday date that corresponds with your intended major, and you’ll get a firsthand look at daily campus life. In addition to touring campus and ASU’s state-of-the-art facilities, you’ll have the chance to talk to students and faculty from your area of interest.
One of the signature events for our academically advanced students, the ASU Top Scholars program will expose you to the breadth of learning and growth opportunities that ASU has to offer you. From face-to-face interviews for our top Carr Scholarships to presentations from our academic and Honors programs, the ASU Top Scholars program will reaffirm your decision to attend ASU.
Discover ASU gives high school freshmen, sophomores and juniors and their families a firsthand look at the campus. The event includes information sessions about academic programs, a student organization fair, a campus tour and opportunities to take a look at dorm rooms in each of the residence halls that house freshman students.