Angelo State University College of Liberal and Fine Arts

Angelo State University College Of Liberal And Fine Arts

Coordinates: 31°26′36.06″N 100°27′57.51″W / 31.4433500°N 100.4659750°W / 31.4433500; -100.4659750

Angelo State University College of Liberal Arts
Established 1965
Dean Dr. Kevin J. Lambert
Academic staff 124
Students 1464
Location San Angelo, Texas
Website College of Liberal Arts

The Angelo State University College Liberal and Fine Arts is a college at Angelo State University in San Angelo, Texas. The College consists of seven departments offering courses, making it the largest college in terms of departments, degrees offered and students at Angelo State University.

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