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1. Student Government Association
The Student Government Association is the official organization representing students. Students may identify with off-campus programs and activities as individuals, but not as representatives of the University.
2. Student Media
The major campus publication at Angelo State University is the RAM PAGE, a weekly newspaper containing articles of interest to the University community. General supervision for the University’s student campus publication rests with the Publications Council, which is responsible for ensuring that the publication maintains high professional standards and fulfills the educational objectives for which it has been established. The ten-member council is made up of students, faculty, and staff. One of the chief responsibilities of the council is to appoint the editor each spring for the campus publication, based upon recommendations submitted by the chair of the Publications Council.
Copies of the University publications policies are available in the offices of the chair of the Department of Communication and Mass Media, who serves as Director of Publications, and the Director of Student Life. See University Operating Policy 04.10, Student Media.
Students preparing for careers in the media industry, train as videographers, editors and on-air personalities by producing content for the Campus Television and Radio stations. RAM TV and RAM RADIO highlight aspects of Angelo State University to the San Angelo Community and beyond.
Ram TV features live productions, symposia, lectureships, administrative forums, performing arts, athletics, exhibitions of student work, and events sponsored by departments on campus as well as local human-interest stores and public service announcements for non-profit organizations in San Angelo. This material is broadcast on the University educational access channel and the San Angelo local FOX affiliate, KIDY.
RAM RADIO is an internet radio station that streams music, campus news and events, and community stories, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. RAM RADIO also offers students the opportunity to produce programming for National Public Radio (NPR) through the Texas Tech University Public Radio Station.
3. Affiliated Military and Veterans Services
The Affiliated Military and Veteran Services Center is here to assist veterans, active duty service members, and their dependents in their pursuit of higher education. To that end, the University works in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and other off-campus resources including the Texas Veterans Commission to ensure top-notch support for service member students.. The Affiliated Military and Veteran Services Center acts as a central point of intake and processing for the following educational benefits:
- VA Education Benefits (Montgomery GI Bill; Post-9/11 GI Bill, Dependents Educational Assistance, and Vocational Rehabilitation).
- Tuition Assistance for all active duty and reserve military personnel.
- Texas Veterans Commission Hazlewood Tuition Exemption Program.
The Affiliated Military and Veteran Services Center also helps students transition to campus by offering a stress-free environment with support services such as peer tutoring, counseling, and relaxed social interaction for service member students and staff.