Facilities and Services
Drink & Snack Vending Area
The drink and snack vending area around the corner from the Information Desk provides thirst and hunger needs.
First Floor, Phone 325-942-2342
A full-service, contract postal station is located south of the tower at the entrance of the Houston Harte University Center. Boxes are accessible for mail pickup year round. Window service is available from 8 a.m.–5 p.m., Monday–Friday.
Concho Educators Federal Credit Union - ATM
An ATM furnished by Concho Educators Federal Credit Union is available for use by any visitor during the normal building hours.
Ram Central Station (ASU Bookstore)
First Floor, Phone 325-942-2335
Ram Central Station is the official book distribution center for Angelo State University. It exists for the purpose of supplying: students with the books and supplies needed; the official Angelo State University class ring; graduation invitations and regalia; general merchandise ranging from study guides to gifts and ASU imprinted items.
Hours of operation are Monday–Friday, 7:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. during the Fall and Spring semesters. During the summer, the hours of operation are Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–5:30 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m.–2 p.m. Sunday and Holidays Closed.
First Floor Main Lobby, Phone 325-942-2555
The Information Desk provides support to students and visitors concerning ASU and the campus. ASU phone numbers, event calendars, and other important information may all be found at the Information Desk.
Center for Career Development
First Floor, Room 107, Phone 325-942-2255
The Center for Career Development serves current ASU students and alumni by providing: current information regarding career fields, career exploration and employers; help in locating positions for which students may be qualified and assistance in preparing student records for use in the employment process.
Multicultural & Student Activities Programs
First Floor, Room 114, Phone 325-942-2729
The Multicultural Center works to encourage an inclusive and supportive environment for all members of the ASU community by promoting awareness and understanding of different cultures, people, ideas and perspectives. Diversity education, leadership and quality programs are provided to encourage appreciation and celebration of differences. The center sponsors and provides support for several programs that focus on recruiting, retaining, and graduating first-generation and diverse students.
First Floor, Room 112, Phone 325-942-2047
Student Affairs focuses on a developmental co-curricular program for students that provides opportunities for engaged participation and learning to broaden their skills and perspectives. Students use support services for personal development and academic growth so that they can maximize their potential leadership experience and enhance their community development and personal values. Residential and physical environments are used to contribute to the students’ education, health and safety.
Student Life Office
Garden Level, Room B01C, Phone 325-942-2191
The Student Life Office works to support the mission of the university by providing programs and services designed to enhance the educational experience of ASU students during their time here and beyond.
Student Government Association
Garden Level, Phone 325-942-2063
The ASU Senate is composed of representatives of the ASU student body. This organization serves as the voice of students and takes positions on various issues related to the university and its policies and operations.
Center for Student Involvement
Garden Level, Phone 325-942-2062 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Center for Student Involvement offers more than 100 ways to get involved through student organizations, Greek life, leadership programs, community service and the University Center Program Council.