Release Date: February 1, 2001
Angelo State Officials to Meet Prospective Students in Big Country Feb. 15
Angelo State University faculty and administrators, including ASU President E. James Hindman, will host an Abilene reception Thursday, Feb. 15, for Big Country students interested in attending or learning more about the university in San Angelo, Texas.
"Discover ASU" is open to high school students, transfer students, prospective graduate students and parents. Registration will begin at 6:30 p.m. and the program at 7 p.m. Feb. 15 at the Marriott, 4350 Ridgemont Drive, in Abilene.
ASU representatives will be available to answer student questions and provide information on undergraduate and graduate admission requirements as well as the academic programs open to prospective students.
Additionally, participants can learn about student organizations and residence life at ASU as well as financial aid and the Carr Academic Scholarship Program, one of the largest scholarship endowments of its type in Texas.
A member of the Texas State University System, Angelo State University is one of Texas' premier regional universities. With an enrollment of 6,200 students, ASU offers its students moderately sized classes and a mentoring environment conducive to a high quality education.
For more information on "Discover ASU" or the university, contact the ASU Office of Admissions at 1-800-946-8627.