Angelo State University

Angelo State University is a public, coeducational, doctoral level degree-granting university located in San Angelo, Texas, United States. It was founded in 1928 as San Angelo College. It gained University status and awarded its first baccalaureate degrees in 1967 and graduate degrees in 1969, the same year it took on its current name, Angelo State University. It offers over 100 undergraduate programs and 34 graduate programs. It is a member of the Texas Tech University System. Angelo State was named one of "The Best 376 Colleges" in 2013 by The Princeton Review. Only four public schools in the State of Texas were listed, the other three being the University of Texas, Texas A&M University and the University of Houston. Additionally it was one of the twenty-two institutions in Texas designated in its regional "Best in the West" rankings.

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Angelo State University - Notable Alumni
... Angelo State University has a large and active alumni base ... A common indicator of university stature is set by past graduates' success ... Angelo State University Alumni have gone on to succeed in every profession on the State National level ...
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... Angelo State won the Lone Star Conference South Division Championship with a 22-8 record which tied the highest single-season win total in school ...
Le Grand Sports Complex
... Sports Complex is a Track and Field complex at Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas ... It is home to the Angelo State University Track and Field teams ... On October 1, 2008 the Texas Tech University System regents voted to rename the Multi-Sports Complex to the LeGrand Sports Complex in recognition of Dr ...
Texas Constitutional Amendment Election, 2007 - Proposition 1
... appropriation for facilities and other capital items at Angelo State University on a change in the governance of the university ... proposed amendment is needed to ensure that, as the governance of Angelo State University is transferred from one university system to another, previously allocated constitutional ... in 2007, arguments were presented opposing the transfer of Angelo State University from the Texas State University System to the Texas Tech University System as proposed by House Bill No ...
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