Angelo State University says
Angelo State University, a member of the Texas Tech University System, delivers undergraduate and graduate programs in the liberal arts, sciences, and professional disciplines. In a learning-centered environment distinguished by its integration of teaching, research, creative endeavor, service, and co-curricular experiences, ASU prepares students to be responsible citizens and to have productive careers.
President: Dr. Joseph C. Rallo
Affiliation: Texas Tech University System
Location: San Angelo, the center of a West Texas community of 100,000
Campus: 268 acres
(44 percent male and 56 percent female)
Programs: More than 100 majors and concentrations that lead to 42 undergraduate degrees, 25 master's degrees, one doctoral degree, and one associate degree
Teaching faculty: 332
(246 full time and 86 part time)
Student-to-faculty ratio: 20:1
Semester cost estimate: In-state tuition and fees for 15 credit hours is $3,675. Room and board with a maximum meal plan is $3,982. Average book cost is $575.
Financial aid: Nearly three out of four students receive some form of help.
Student organizations: More than 100
School colors: Blue and Gold
Mascot: Rams and Rambelles
Motto: "Fiat Lux," which is Latin for "Let there be light."
Athletics: NCAA Division II and Lone Star Conference member
Five men's teams - baseball, basketball, cross country, football and outdoor track and field.
Seven women's teams - basketball, cross country, golf, outdoor track and field, soccer, softball and volleyball
Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI)
ASU has been designated a Hispanic Serving Institution by the U.S. Department of Education. The corresponding HSI grant funds programs for the entire campus community.