- 11,025 Students
- Public Institution Type
After an unsuccessful 1923 bid to be selected as the home of Texas Technological College, the residents of San Angelo decided they would create their own college, even if they had to pay for it themselves. Funded by local contributions and a self-imposed county tax, San Angelo Junior College opened its doors in 1928 on North Oakes Street near downtown San Angelo.
ASU offers over 100 majors and concentrations through our six colleges:
Angelo State University’s Annual Research Symposium gives students the opportunity to present research and creative work to the campus community. The Symposium is open to all ASU students working with a faculty mentor.
Our office assists students, faculty and staff with all aspects of student records, including registering for classes, dropping classes, verifying enrollment, receiving credit for examination, checking grades and requesting transcript copies.
Centennial Village is located on the west side of campus near the Houston Harte University Center and Carr Hall. Nearby are the Carr Education-Fine Arts and Academic buildings as well as the Porter Henderson Library.
Concho Hall has a convenient location next to the Food Service Center. The Mathematics-Computer Science Building, the Rassman Building and the recently remodeled Ben Kelly Center for Human Performance are all just a short walk away.
Make the Porter Henderson Library your new favorite place to study and collaborate with classmates.
Students living in the residence halls have access to the internet from their own computers in their rooms, without the need to pay for a third-party vendor. Network connections are available in all residence halls on campus.
When you live on campus at Angelo State University, finding a place to fit in will not be a problem. You will meet new people, get involved in student activities, and be close to your classes and academic resources that will help you succeed in school. Our residence halls have updated furniture and modern amenities, and each hall has its own community and distinct living environment. We invite you to explore our living options so you can find the community where you’ll be most comfortable.
The facility provides a first-class setting for educational, cultural, social and athletic events. Accommodating audiences up to 5,600, the Junell Center has allowed the university to bring commencement activities, previously staged in the city’s coliseum, home to the campus. The Junell Center also serves as home to ASU’s athletic staffs, offering a support complex with offices, conference rooms and classrooms – many of which are designed to serve multiple uses.
Angelo State University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award baccalaureate, masters, and doctorate degrees.