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From the President

This fall, more than 10,500 students opened their college textbooks and began another year with Angelo State University.

  • Dr. Brian J. May, President
    Dr. Brian J. May, President

Technology makes it possible for us to deliver academic programs online to an increasing number of students all over the world, and dual credit offered at the high school level continues to be a priority in higher education. Angelo State is rising to meet the challenge.

In this edition of the Rambouillet, you will read more about the vast number of recreational and team opportunities available to our students. While offering superb academics, we want to ensure students can continue with sports and activities they enjoy, building relationships within the Ram Fam that will last forever.

Building and renovation projects continued this year, including Chartwells’ partnership with us to renovate the cafeteria on the east side of campus. Students came back from the summer break to an entirely new dining experience.

We also broke ground on the Stephens Chapel, which will be complete within a few months, and the Angelo State University Mayer Museum is well under way.

I hope you enjoy reading about the exceptional students, faculty, staff and friends that make Angelo State a truly special place – where we take care of each other as family and create infinite possibilities for the years to come.