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Student Involvement

We don’t take student involvement lightly at Angelo State. First of all, consider the range of student organizations available. With more than 100 student-run clubs and organizations, at least one will likely grab your attention. But our student groups are not only active, they also excel at what they do. Here’s an example of just a few: 

  • Our Meat Judging Teams place nationally in competition.
  • The Tri-Beta biological honor society regularly receives recognition at regional and national conferences.
  • The Society of Physics students is known for its service projects with school children, among other activities.

And that doesn’t even count the success of our intramural sports program ranked by Princeton Review as the 18th most active in the nation. ASU intramural teams are regular competitors in the American Collegiate Intramural Sports National Championships in a variety of sports.

ASU also offers opportunities for involvement with the Student Government Association and Greek Life, as well as a leadership development program and community service projects. These student groups will help you develop friendships and leadership skills, broaden your world view and teach you about how to work with others. We urge you to seek more information about the involvement options that interest you.

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Athletics and Intramurals

ASU Athletics

Angelo State University competes in NCAA Division II and the Lone Star Conference. Our 13 intercollegiate teams are the Rams and the Rambelles, and as a student, you can attend any sporting event free with your student ID card. Whatever your sport, whether you plan to be a player or a fan, get ready for serious competition and lots of chances for cheering.

Men’s: Baseball, basketball, cross country, football and outdoor track and field

Women’s: Basketball, cross country, golf, indoor track and field, outdoor track and field, soccer, softball and volleyball

Student Recreation

Physical activity is a favorite pastime at ASU. One of the most popular places on campus is the new student recreation center, which boasts a climbing wall, indoor jogging track, free weights and modern exercise machines in addition to studio space for fitness classes, an intramural gym and a swimming pool.

Center for Human Performance

The University Recreation (UREC) division also plans events as part of its Outdoor Adventures program to help students learn new skills and stay active. The program includes clinics that teach about rock climbing, backpacking and kayaking, as well as outdoor trips for overnight camping, backpacking and mountain biking.

And have we mentioned that intramural sports are huge at ASU? Our intramural program was ranked by Princeton Review as the 18th most active in the nation, with a handful of our teams advancing each year in competition beyond ASU. Some teams are regular competitors in the American Collegiate Intramural Sports National Championships in a variety of sports.