The safety and security of our students is Angelo State University’s highest priority. However, we are keenly aware that our students continue to need academic support. In order to help our students persist to graduation and be academically successful this semester, Angelo State University will continue providing academic support during the spring semester in multiple ways.
- Upswing provides ASU students with 24/7 online tutoring for most undergraduate classes. Go to https://angelo.upswing.io/. Use your ASU email, create an account, choose your subject.
- Students are enrolled in Tutor, SI, Math Lab Academic Support for Students course in Blackboard. Schedules for all services will be updated by March 25th on the Academic Tutoring Contact Erin Girsch (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
- For information about E-Submissions to the ASU Writing Center, go to the Writing Center Electronic Draft Submission Contact the Writing Center (email@example.com) with questions.
- Helpful tips about learning online, information about the Blackboard Student Support Course, information about the Library, and info about potential free internet services for college students can be found on the Remote Rams page.
- Follett is providing free E-book options for students whose access to their textbooks has been impacted by COVID-19. Go to https://www.bkstr.com/angelostatestore/home for more information.
- Advising for summer and fall continues and faculty should encourage their majors to be advised. Students should contact the department chair in their major by email or phone or find their advisor. Upper division students should contact the department chair of their major by email or phone.
- For up to date information about ASU’s response to COVID-19, go to Angelo State Coronavirus Update page at https://www.angelo.edu/covid-19.
- Students with questions about any of the above or students unsure about who to contact for advising should contact the Freshman College and Center for Academic Excellence at 325-942-2595; by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Dr. John Wegner, Dean at email@example.com.
Engage, Learn and Succeed
The Freshman College mission is to assist new students with a successful transition to ASU and to enhance their first-year experience through academic support, peer mentoring, learning communities and Signature Courses.
The Freshman College is committed to helping students achieve academic success and persist to graduation. The objectives of the Freshman College are to:
- Design/develop learning experiences that engage first-year students and enhance faculty-student interaction.
- Facilitate academic achievement with development of study skills strategies, behaviors and characteristics necessary for success.
- Conduct continuous program assessment that identifies and responds to student needs and academic support services during the first year.