Center for International Studies
International Student Information
We’re here to help you with everything from completing the admission process and making your arrival plans to attending New Student Orientation and taking off-campus excursions.
Make sure you meet all requirements and apply to Angelo State.
We offer special admissions and recruitment programs for future university students from Cambodia, China, Japan, Korea, Myanmar and Vietnam.
Get health, safety, travel and employment information - everything you need to know as you prepare to come to Angelo State.
From passports, to teaching English, to sending ASU students to study in other countries, the Center for International Studies (CIS) offers a variety of other services.
The CIS Passport Office can take your passport photos and process your passport application.
Want to work on your English language skills? Our program teaches English to non-native speakers of all levels through reading, writing, listening and speaking. We can prepare you for future study at ASU or other social and professional purposes.
Ready to experience new cultures and ways of life while earning college credit? As a current Angelo State student, you can browse our variety of study abroad programs to find one that fits your interests.
Welcome to ASU
General Student Visa Information
ASU recognizes the serious challenges that the COVID-19 pandemic continues to pose for international students. Student visas are a high priority for consular sections across the globe, and every effort is being made to assist student visa applicants in a safe and timely manner. For the most up-to-date information, please visit these resources:
- U.S. Visas
- COVID-19 Country-Specific Information
- Announcement on Waivers of the Interview Requirement for Certain Nonimmigrant Visas
Amended U.S. Travel Policy Requiring Vaccination
As of December 6, 2021, all air passengers two years and older entering the United States from a foreign country are required to show a negative COVID-19 viral test taken no more than one day before travel, or documentation of having recovered from COVID-19 in the past 90 days. Exemptions are considered on an extremely limited basis. Details can be found on the U.S. Department of State’s website.