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ASU By the Numbers

This assortment of quick facts provides a snapshot of just a few reasons why we love Angelo State.

ASU By the Numbers, compiled by Jayna Phinney, Designed by Gabrielle Miller
1965: Angelo State became a four-year institution 41 undergraduate degrees, 21 master's degrees, 1 doctoral degree, 100 majors and concentrations
2 Breeds of squirrels on the ASU campus: The fox squirrel is more studious and hangs out near the academic buildings. The Rio Grande ground squirrel is sporty and spends its time at the athletic fields.
281: Full-time teaching faculty members
$115: Tuition that out-of-town students paid when San Angelo Junior College—now Angelo State—was founded in 1928 1,000 sweaters could be made each year with the wool that Angelo State's Agriculture Department shears
4×: The Angelo State Natural History Collections have more than quadruple the number of animal specimens than the total number of animals in the San Diego Zoo. ASU students would consume 519,520 cups of coffee if each one drank one cup for every day of the fall semester.
$133 million: Money endowed for the Carr Scholarship Program
106: Number of registered student organizations at Angelo State
$824,458.84: Revenue generated 2007–15 from ASU Meat Market sales
12×18: Square feet of shared living space in the Plaza Verde residence hall rooms
56: Number of cats who live in the ASU cat colony 7 Consecutive Years ASU has been listed by The Princeton Review as one of the country's best institutions for undergraduate education