ASU My Future

Next Steps for Non-Degree Seeking Students

After you have been admitted, begin completing the items listed below so that you will be prepared for your classes at ASU.


  • Set Up Your Technology Access Account

    After you apply for admission to the University, you will receive an email at the address provided on your application. This email contains the information needed to setup your ASU User Account. If you have issues locating the email, you can get your user account by calling the Technology Service Center at 325-942-2911 or email and they will be able to provide you with your account information. Be prepared to provide additional information for identification like your CID.


    After setting up your account, you can access RamPort.

  • Submit Proof of Your Meningitis Vaccination

    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.

    Submit your meningitis proof of vaccination here.

    If you plan on taking online-only classes, you can also complete and submit the ASU Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination Exemption Form.

  • Register For Classes

    How to Register

    You’ll register using RamPort. Check any holds in RamPort prior to ensure you do not have a hold which will prohibit you from registering for classes. Instructions and videos on how to register can be found here

    When to Register

    Visit the Academic Calendar for your registration date. You will register with all new students. You are encouraged to register as soon as registration opens as courses will fill up quickly.

    Pre-requisite Requirements

    Transfer courses are not entered for non-degree seeking students. If you are attempting to register for a class and you are receiving an error that you do not qualify for the course, please contact the transfer area in admissions via email at with the following information:

    1. Your Name
    2. Your CID (Campus ID Number)
    3. The course you wish to take (Course Subject, Number, and section)

    The transfer office will contact the department of the course of which you’re attempting to register to request special permission for you to enroll. 

  • Get Your Books

    Look in RamPort or refer to your course syllabi for information about the textbooks you need. You can order the books online from the ASU Bookstore.

  • Get Your ASU OneCard and Parking Permit

    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.

  • Pay Your Tuition

    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.

    In person:
    Sol Mayer Administration Building
    Room 100
    8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday - Friday

    By mail:
    Student Accounts/Bursar’s Office
    ASU Station #11046
    San Angelo, TX 76909-11046


    1. Log in to RamPort.
    2. Select the Financial Aid & Billing page.
    3. Click the “Rams” icon at the top of the page.
    4. Go to “View or Pay My Bill by Term.”
    5. Select “Pay Now” or “Installment Plan” at the bottom of page.
    • Understanding Your Tuition and Fees

      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: 

      • Tuition costs vary depending on the number of semester credit hours you are enrolled in.
      • To be considered a full-time student, you must register for 12 or more credit hours (about three or four classes).
      • If you are registered for fewer than 12 credit hours, you will be considered a part-time student. Part-time status can affect the student financial aid that is available to you.

      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. You must withdraw prior to 5:00pm CST on the last business day before classes begin.

      For more information about the costs of attending ASU and to estimate your tuition expenses, please view our Cost Information.

  • Download the ASU Mobile App

    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:

    • Add/Drop classes
    • View details on any holds on your account
    • View and pay your bill
    • Buy your books
    • Access your class schedule with a map