Angelo State University alumnus Will Welch has joined the Board of Trustees for the ASU Foundation, a public, nonprofit organization established to provide financial assistance to ASU, primarily through gifts and earnings on endowed funds.
For the first time ever, Angelo State University is offering a Winter Mini-Session that will allow students to take online classes during the winter break between the end of the current fall 2020 semester and the start of the spring 2021 semester.
For the second year in a row and the fourth time in the last five years, Angelo State University has set a new record for fall enrollment, topping 10,700 students for the first time.
Angelo State University’s Small Business Development Center (SBDC) has announced the hiring of ASU alumnus Trinidad Aguirre Jr. as the center’s first business development specialist who will deal specifically with assisting small businesses to recover from issues caused by the COVID-19 pandemic.
For the 12th consecutive year, Angelo State University has been listed by The Princeton Review as one of the country’s best institutions for undergraduate education, an honor that goes to only about 13% of the nation’s more than 3,000 four-year colleges.
Don Cheek, Dr. Drew Curtis and Dr. Clifton Jones have been selected to receive the 2019-20 Gary and Pat Rodgers Distinguished Awards honoring outstanding staff, faculty and administrators at Angelo State University.
The Angelo State University College of Graduate Studies and Research has announced ASU’s 2020 Outstanding Graduate Students, as well as the recipients of four new superlative awards.
Dr. Michael Conklin, the Powell Endowed Professor of Business Law at Angelo State University, recently published two research papers on legal issues spawned by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Texas Tech University System Board of Regents approved two new degree programs for Angelo State University at the board’s videoconference meeting today (May 14), including ASU’s second doctoral program.
Angelo State University has been named one of the “10 Best ‘Hidden Gem’ Universities in Texas” by the College Gazette online higher education resource guide.
Cody Vasquez of Midland, a graduate student in business at Angelo State University, was named the 2020 National Collegian of the Year by the Delta Sigma Pi (DSP) national professional business fraternity at the DSP South Central LEAD Provincial Conference held March 6-8 in Dallas.
Angelo State University has teamed up with Goodfellow Air Force Base (GAFB) to provide new educational opportunities for U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) personnel who have taken courses through the Defense Acquisition University (DAU).
Nine Angelo State University graduate students in the Master of Public Accounting degree program have successfully completed their advisory roles for the San Angelo Business Plan Competition that wrapped up Nov. 20 with the announcement of the three winners.
Gayle Randall, an Angelo State University alumna and member of the management and marketing faculty, received the Order of the Silver Helmet Award from the national Delta Sigma Pi professional business fraternity at the organization’s recent LEAD School in Kansas City, Mo.
Angelo State University’s Eta Theta chapter of the Delta Sigma Pi (DSP) national professional business fraternity received the 2018-19 R. Nelson Mitchell Outstanding Collegiate Chapter Award at the DSP 2019 Grand Chapter Congress held Aug. 14-18 in Atlanta.
For the 11th consecutive year, Angelo State University has been listed by The Princeton Review as one of the country’s best institutions for undergraduate education, an honor that goes to only about 13 percent of the nation’s more than 3,000 four-year colleges.
Angelo State University is one of only 370 schools, representing 44 states, named a 2019-20 “College of Distinction” by the Colleges of Distinction print and online college guide that recognizes colleges and universities implementing best practices in higher education.
Angelo State University’s online courses and degree programs for undergraduate and graduate students have been ranked among the best in the nation for 2019-20 by the EDsmart higher education resource guide.
For the fourth straight year, Angelo State University has been designated a “Military Spouse Friendly® School” for 2019-20 by Victory Media (VIQTORY), which publishes several magazines and websites, including G.I. Jobs and Military Spouse, that serve military personnel and their families.
Angelo State University’s online graduate degree offerings have been ranked No. 3 in the nation among the “50 Best Master’s Degree Online Programs” by the Master’s Programs Guide online higher education resource guide.
Angelo State University’s Norris-Vincent College of Business and Small Business Development Center have announced the winners of the new BizPitch student entrepreneurship competition following the live finals event on April 30 in the LeGrand Alumni and Visitors Center.
Angelo State University’s online Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program has been ranked among the nation’s best, fastest and most easily accessible programs by multiple higher education resource guides.
Angelo State University has introduced a new student entrepreneurship competition that will allow ASU students to pitch their ideas for new business startups, interact with local business professionals, and possibly win cash prizes to use as seed money for their new ventures.
Nathan Blair of Kerrville, a senior business/marketing major at Angelo State University, has been selected for a Cox-State Department Diplomacy Fellowship later this month at the U.S. State Department in Washington, D.C.
Angelo State University’s Eta Theta chapter of the Delta Sigma Pi national professional business fraternity received the 2017-18 Most Improved Collegiate Chapter Award at the recent 2018 Delta Sigma Pi LEAD School professional development conference in Dallas.
Angelo State University alum Scott Wisniewski has gifted Angelo State $1 million to establish the Wisniewski Family Endowed Chair in Entrepreneurship within the Norris-Vincent College of Business.
Angelo State University has received a generous monetary gift from alumnus Mark Low to establish the Low Family Chair in Accounting in ASU’s Norris-Vincent College of Business.
Angelo State University has received a combined $5 million gift from ASU alumni Lloyd Norris and Blake and Bryan Vincent to benefit ASU’s College of Business, and has named the college in their honor.
Dr. Clifton Jones, formerly dean of the School of Business Administration at the University of South Carolina-Aiken, was appointed the new dean of ASU’s College of Business. He began his duties on April 1.