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Living on Campus

More Than Just a Place to Live

Angelo State is ready to become your home away from home. You will meet new people, get involved in student life, and be close to your classes and academic resources that will help you succeed in school.

Get ready to dive head-first into that Ram Fam way of life!

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Residence Halls

Our residence halls are ranked some of the best in Texas!

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Your options are endless at our multiple dining facilities across campus.

Texan Hall

Apply for housing, view your housing assignment and get other info.

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Applying for Housing

Get housing rates, learn about free summer housing, and get the answers to your questions about living on campus

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Living Learning Communities

Living Learning Communities are designed so you can live in the same residence hall as several of your classmates with your major or interests. This allows you to build your community, as well as work with each other on tough assignments and gain a deeper understanding of your chosen field.

overhead view of the Concho River and City of San Angelo skyline

San Angelo

Angelo State is located in San Angelo, a West Texas town of about 100,000 people. San Angelo offers the amenities of a large city with small-town charm and convenience. 

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If you plan to bring a vehicle to campus, you need to purchase a parking permit in order to park on campus.

Parking Services-One Card

ASU OneCard

Your ASU OneCard is your official student ID. All students are required to get a OneCard - it is the key to multiple services on campus, including your residence hall and meal plan.

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GET Mobile App

Unlock the door to your residence hall and order food online with the GET Mobile App.

Non-Discrimination Statement

The University is committed to providing and strengthening an educational, working, and living environment where students, faculty, staff, and visitors are free from any form of unlawful discrimination.

Non-Discrimination Statement