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Your Future, Our Commitment.

We offer over 600 different types of scholarships, and you can apply for most of them with a single application. They include academic scholarships, general scholarships, scholarships linked to specific degree programs, and more.

Admitted students can access Angelo State scholarship applications in our student portal, RamPort. Applications open on October 1 of each year and the priority deadline is January 15. Students should still complete the scholarship application even if the priority deadline has passed. 

Some scholarships require the FAFSA, so we encourage you to submit your FAFSA every year.

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New Freshmen

As soon as you’re admitted to ASU, you will automatically be considered for some ASU scholarships. Others require an application.

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Current Students

You can apply for our scholarships every year, so don’t miss out.

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Transfer Students

You can apply for the same scholarships as current students, as well as scholarships specifically for transfer students.

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Graduate Students

Once admitted to an ASU graduate program, you will automatically be considered for certain ASU scholarships. You may also be eligible for a variety of other scholarships, including some specifically for graduate students.

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Special University Scholarships

These scholarships are available to student leaders and students active in various campus organizations. They each have their own specific criteria and contact information for applications.

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Outside Organization Scholarships

These scholarships are awarded based on recommendations from organizations not affiliated with ASU. They each have their own specific applications, deadlines and criteria.

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The University is committed to providing and strengthening an educational, working, and living environment where students, faculty, staff, and visitors are free from any form of unlawful discrimination.

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