• (L-R) ASU President Ronnie Hawkins Jr., ASU Admissions Counselor Hannah Hoelscher, three local students who will attend ASU this fall, and San Angelo Mayor Brenda Gunter with the ‘I Chose Angelo State Month’ Proclamation

Angelo State University is once again celebrating April as “I Chose Angelo State Month” and is inviting the San Angelo and surrounding communities to join with the Ram Family, past and present, to show and boost pride in Angelo State.

As in past years, the campaign will run the entire month while officially kicking off this morning (April 6) when the San Angelo City Council approved a proclamation designating April as “I Chose Angelo State Month” in the city.

A primary goal of the month-long celebration is to encourage local and area students of all ages to consider making ASU their first choice for their college education.

The public is invited to participate in “I Chose Angelo State Month” by:

  • Wearing ASU blue on Fridays in April
  • Displaying ASU flags and other paraphernalia at homes and businesses
  • Engaging on ASU’s various social media channels
  • Wearing ASU colors to “ASU Day at the Rodeo” on April 10

ASU also has a dedicated website for “I Chose Angelo State Month.” Located at angelo.edu/i-chose-angelo-state, it features alumni spotlights and easy ways to:

  • Connect and engage with ASU on social media
  • Post student, faculty, staff and alumni stories about why they chose ASU
  • Establish a lasting legacy through monetary gifts that benefit ASU students by providing scholarships and/or distinctive programs

Details on ASU’s academic and student life programs, how to apply for admission and ways to give can all be found at angelo.edu.

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