Registration is now open for Angelo State’s summer orientation sessions. All new incoming students are encouraged to attend.
We offer several options to tour our campus. Choose one that meets your needs.
The Office of Admissions offers campus tours at 1:30 p.m. Monday through Friday throughout the year. We will take you around campus to visit a computer lab, lecture hall, classroom and, when available, a residence hall room. Get personal attention and see what ASU has to offer. Make your reservation by registering online.
We welcome the opportunity to host your school group for a visit more tailored to your students’ needs. If you plan on coming to campus with a group of 10 or more people, complete the online registration form.
Take a tour of ASU at your own pace with our self-guided tour. You can print the campus information and a map with the corresponding route.
Get the ASU Mobile app and use the self-guided tour to see the campus at your own pace, when it’s convenient for you.
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.
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.
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 our residence halls.
Our Carr Distinguished Scholars Event is an opportunity for our highest achieving students to interview for our most prestigious scholarship that provides $60,000 over four years. This event is by invitation only. If you meet our qualifications but have not received an invitation, please contact us for more information.
A signature event for our academically advanced students, the ASU Top Scholars event will expose you to the breadth of learning and growth opportunities that Angelo State has to offer you. Spend time with current Top Scholars in the Honors Program, as well as, meet Angelo State faculty who engage, support, and challenge students in undergraduate research.
Specifically designed for interested high school seniors, 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! When you leave our campus, you will know what it means to be an Angelo State RAM!
Angelo State University’s True Blue Fridays are spring semester events developed for high school seniors and center on students and their family members creating their Angelo State True Blue Visit Day. Students will have the opportunity to talk with faculty and current students from their area of interest, experience student life, and walk throughout our beautiful campus to prepare them for our New Student Orientation summer events.
Angelo State University’s 268 park-like acres of campus with groves of live oak, pecan and palm trees is situated in a residential neighborhood of San Angelo, the center of a West Texas community of more than 100,000 friendly people.
When you enroll at ASU, you’ll not only find yourself immersed in campus life, but you’ll become part of a community that supports and encourages its college students. San Angelo residents take pride in creating a distinctive community where people can engage in a number of outdoor activities, as well as enjoy shopping, restaurants and entertainment options. The city offers the amenities you would find in a large city with the convenience of a small town.
San Angelo enjoys an average of 251 sunny days each year. The weather allows the city – and the university – to host a number of outdoor events and festivities.
At the city’s River Stage, you can enjoy annual outdoor concerts in May, July and September. And don’t forget to check out the River Walk, a public four-mile jogging/walking trail that includes gardens and a nine-hole golf course. While you’re downtown, you may want to visit the International Water Lily Garden, a beautiful display of lilies from around the world.
Every summer, the city hosts a drag boat racing event that draws competitors from across the state. At the opposite time of the year, the annual Christmas at Old Fort Concho event includes historical re-enactments, an arts and crafts show and food.
And these are just a few of the city’s outdoor events and attractions!
If you enjoy the arts, then you’re in luck because San Angelo has a lot to offer. In addition to regular performances by the Angelo Civic Theatre and the San Angelo Symphony, the city has a few special jewels. The Chicken Farm Art Center, a compound of galleries, studios and restaurants, features work from artists of all mediums and is open to the public on the first Saturday of every month. And of course, the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, a work of art in its own right, has a renowned permanent ceramics collection and is the site of diverse traveling exhibitions.
Entertainment for All Interests
San Angelo offers a variety of entertainment options to fit your interests. With nearby Lake Nasworthy, you can go boating, fishing, wind sailing and wakeboarding. The ASU Lake House, along with the Outdoor Adventures program, also provides students with training and equipment to use at the lake. In addition, outdoorsy-types can enjoy hunting, camping and cycling in areas surrounding San Angelo.
For those who like the hustle and bustle of the city, San Angelo offers fun and funky downtown shopping at one-of-a-kind stores on Concho Avenue. And you may even want to check out Stephens Central Library, a new hub for the downtown area with its café and live music performances. If you’re a fan of live music, you’ll probably want to visit some of San Angelo’s dance clubs and pubs, where you’ll find every kind of music from Texas country and rockabilly to jazz and Tex Mex.
San Angelo also offers all of the big box stores and restaurant chains that you find in metropolitan areas, so you have options to meet your shopping and dining needs. The large multiplex movie theatre is also a popular entertainment destination.
And if you want an authentic West Texas experience, make plans to attend the annual San Angelo Stock Show and Rodeo held every year during the last two weeks in February. It’s ranked in the top 10 largest rodeos in the U.S., and with all of the sights and sounds of the midway, there’s sure to be something for everyone to enjoy.