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Summer Campus Activities

At Angelo State University, there is no such thing as the “lazy days of summer.” With more than 2,000 students expected to enroll during the 2013 summer terms, the ASU campus remains an active residential, educational and recreational community for the students, faculty, staff and administrators. Additionally, ASU also opens the campus to numerous members of the larger West Texas community for a variety of summer activities and events.

ASU Students

For students taking summer courses, all campus buildings, facilities and amenities remain open and available, though many have special hours of operation depending on whether classes are in session.

Facilities with different summer/break hours of operation include:

Entertainment

The University Center Program Council (UCPC) also is hosting free events during both summer semesters.

Incoming Freshmen

Students heading to ASU for their first semester are welcomed to campus with several events headlined by New Student Orientation and Rambunctious Weekend.

Planetarium Schedule

The ASU Planetarium offers public programs every Thursday this summer from June 7–Aug. 2. View the planetarium schedule to learn more.

Admission is $3 for adults; $2 for children, senior citizens and active duty military; and free for ASU students, faculty and staff.

Public Youth Activities

Several ASU departments offer summer youth activities, including:

Camps and Clinics

Angelo State is a prime location for various organizations to conduct summer camps. Activities range from band and cheerleader camps to coaches clinics and student council gatherings.

Organizations holding activities at ASU this summer include:

Host Your Event At ASU

Are you planning a camp, clinic, workshop or conference that you would like to hold on the ASU campus? Review our facility information and contact our summer conference coordinators.