Thank you for your service to our country and for your interest in Angelo State. We look forward to you joining us, whether it be on campus or online!
ASU offers more than 100 majors and concentrations that lead to undergraduate, graduate and doctoral degrees, including several online programs. The university has also established the Kay Bailey Hutchison Center for Security Studies, which oversees degree programs designed with specific interests for military students.
ASU accepts many Community College of the Air Force (CCAF) degrees via the Air University-Associate to Baccalaureate Cooperative (AU-ABC).
The AU-ABC program provides enhanced educational opportunities for our enlisted force. AU-ABC links airmen who have completed CCAF associate degrees to “military friendly” baccalaureate programs.
ASU offers the following AU-ABC degree plans and accepts any CCAF associate degrees toward the following:
ASU accepts the CCAF associate degree in criminal justice toward the following:
General Education Mobile (GEM)
With the General Education Mobile program, students can enroll in online general education classes through Angelo State University. Credits will transfer and apply towards the CCAF degree.
MyCAA Spousal Scholarship
The following is information transcribed from the My Career Advancement Account Scholarship September 2007 Fact Sheet. For more information, visit https://aiportal.acc.af.mil/mycaa or call a career coach at 800-342-9647.
My Career Advancement Account (MyCAA) Scholarship - Helping Spouses Reach Career Goals
The My Career Advancement Account Scholarship is a workforce development program that provides up to $4,000 of tuition assistance to eligible military spouses. The scholarship assists military spouses in pursuing licenses, certificates, certifications or associate degrees necessary to gain employment in high-demand, high-growth portable career fields and occupations. Spouses may use their My Career Advancement Account Scholarship funds at any academic institution approved for participation in the scholarship.
MyCAA provides a maximum tuition benefit of $4,000 with an annual fiscal year cap of $2,000 to assist eligible military spouses who need professional credentials to meet their portable career goals. Annual cap waivers are available for licensure and certificate programs if there is an upfront tuition cost that exceeds $2,000 (up to the maximum education benefit of $4,000).
Who is eligible for the My Career Advancement Account Scholarship?
Spouses of service members on active duty in pay grades E-1 to E-5, W-1 to W-2 and O-1 to O-2 who have successfully completed high school and have the ability to request tuition assistance while their military sponsor is on Title 10 military orders are eligible. Spouses married to members of the National Guard and reserves in these same pay grades are eligible.
Those who are not eligible include the following:
- Spouses who are married but legally separated (or under court order or statute of any state or U.S. territory) from a member of the armed forces on Title 10 orders
- Spouses whose National Guard or reserve military sponsor is in a warning orders or alert, post-deployment, demobilization or transition status
- Spouses married to a member of the Coast Guard
What will the My Career Advancement Account Scholarship pay for?
The My Career Advancement Account Scholarship pays tuition costs for education and training courses and examinations leading to an associate degree (excluding associate degrees in general studies, liberal arts and interdisciplinary studies that do not have a concentration). The scholarship also covers the costs for obtaining a license, certificate or certification at an accredited college, university or technical school in the United States or approved testing organization that expands employment or portable career opportunities for military spouses.
The My Career Advancement Account Scholarship will NOT pay for the following:
• Tuition for courses and examinations not included in the spouse’s Education and Training Plan and courses already started or completed by the spouse
• Academic credit by examination tests
• Reimbursements of any kind
• General studies, liberal arts and interdisciplinary associate degrees that do not have a concentration
• Books, supplies, equipment, uniforms, computers and electronic devices of any kind
• Personal enrichment courses (excluding academic credit or graded electives in an approved My Career Advancement Account Scholarship Spouse Education and Training Plan) • Student activities, events and entertainment • Transportation, lodging, child care and medical services • Prepayment or deposits for future courses, unless costs are part of a block of study
• Course extensions (except for approved hardship waivers)
• School or college level entrance examinations, comprehensive exams and related preparatory courses
• Study-abroad programs (excluding programs of study offered by participating My Career Advancement Account Scholarship schools on overseas military installations)
• Courses, tests or fees normally paid by an employer as part of a job training program
• Private licenses (For example, a private pilot’s license would not be covered because it is for recreational use, but a commercial pilot’s license would be covered because it would be used for an occupation.) • Fees of any kind, including but not limited to registration fees, technology fees, parking fees, etc. • High school completion programs, including online high school completion programs • Nonacademic credit or ungraded courses, including courses taken on an audit basis or as an internship, practicum, apprenticeship or clinical supervision; also, nonacademic credit or ungraded orientation programs
• Continuing education credits to maintain a standing in a professional organization
• Courses taken more than one time, unless the My Career Advancement Account Scholarship has received a full refund from the school
How to establish an account with My Career Advancement Account Scholarship
Spouses can visit the My Career Advancement Account Scholarship Spouse Portal online at https://aiportal.acc.af.mil/mycaa and provide the required Spouse Profile information. All scholarship participants are required to use DS Logon to access their accounts. Military spouses enrolled in the Defense Enrollment Eligibility Reporting System, or DEERS, are eligible for a DS Logon account. For information about creating a DS Logon premium account, access the How do I use DS Logon to create and access a My Career Advancement Account?
Apply to ASU
Complete and submit the Undergraduate Admission Application and pay the $40 application fee online.
AU-ABC program applicants only: When applying online through ApplyTexas, you will need to fill out your profile information first.
- Under My Applications, you will select “Create a New Application Now.”
- Click on “Create a New 4 Year University Admissions Application.”
- Select Angelo State University as your target university.
- Under application type, you will select “Transfer, U.S.”
- Select the semester that you want to start.
- Under first school choice, you need to select “AU-ABC program.” You can leave the second school choice blank.
For more information regarding admission procedures, please visit the ASU Admissions website.
Mail official transcripts from all colleges attended to the Office of Admissions at:
Angelo State University
Office of Admissions
ASU Station #11014
San Angelo, TX 76909-1014
Once admitted, please follow the steps for admitted students to set up your access accounts, find out information about New Student Orientation, apply for financial aid, etc.
Find your advisor by visiting the Advising homepage.
Register for Classes
Access RamPort, the university’s information portal, using your user name and password sent to you at the time of acceptance. To register for courses, please follow the instructions for how to Register through RamPort.
If you have trouble accessing your account, contact ITSupport@angelo.edu or 325-942-2911.
Apply for Tuition Assistance
- If you are currently stationed in Texas, fill out the Active Duty/Military Dependent Certification Form and submit it to the Registrars Office. This will allow you to receive in-state tuition rates.
- If you are seeking veterans benefits, fill out the Request for Certification of Enrollment and contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
- If you are using Military Tuition Assistance, please fill out necessary paperwork through your branch of the military. For questions about Tuition Assistance, please contact email@example.com.
Tuition Assistance and Financial Aid
Tuition Assistance (TA)
Tuition Assistance (TA) is an option if you plan to attend school while on active duty. View the Registration Checklist if you are planning on using TA at ASU.
For more information regarding TA, please visit the Department of Veterans Affairs website.
TA Scholarship Information
ASU offers Tuition Assistance Scholarships to active duty military members who submit a valid and current Tuition Assistance (TA) Form to cover courses at ASU. The scholarship will cover the difference between total TA and other gift aid* benefits and the actual cost of tuition and fees.
Contact the VETS Center for more information.
*Gift aid includes grants and scholarships other than the Tuition Assistance Scholarship. All gift aid shall be used to reduce the cost of tuition and fees for approved courses after TA funds have been applied. If a balance is due after the application of TA funds and all other gift aid, we will cover the remaining balance with Tuition Assistance Scholarship funds to reduce the balance to zero. If a student has sufficient gift aid to cover all amounts due after the application of TA, Tuition Assistance Scholarship funds will not be applied.
We encourage all students to apply for financial aid. Even though you receive Tuition Assistance or other military benefits, you may also qualify for financial aid.
Over 300 scholarships are available for ASU students through the Office of Scholarship Programs.
College Credit for Heroes
In May 2013, ASU was selected to be a partner institution in the College Credit for Heroes program administered by the Texas Workforce Commission.