Angelo State University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (5)
Angelo State University's Bachelor of Arts in Applied Communication primes students to succeed in post graduate studies and in professional life. It is a degree that is niche and flexible at the same time. Students learn critical life skills, such as interpersonal, intercultural, and linguistic skills. Additionally, the program does a great job at helping students feel like they are part of a community through extra curricular programs. If a student's strengths lies in public speaking, researching, and communicating ideas clearly, then this is the program for them.
When I attended ASU I thoroughly enjoyed my department. The class sizes were small and you had a lot of classes with the same professors and students so there was a good sense of community. I would have liked to have given more opportunities in graphic design (growing program) because that is what I initially went to school for but I felt like I was teaching the teacher more than he was teaching me.
Really nice little university. It offers anything you could possibly need, including a newly renovated gym. I liked most of the professors I had the pleasure to meet. I won't lie, I feel like it used to be a lot better when I started there in 2009 but it's still not bad.
Angelo State University drew me because it was a smaller campus, more affordable than other universities and had a great town feeling.
This school was very helpful when it comes to registering. It can be a very scary experience not knowing what to expect, especially if its your first time signing up for school. I have experienced nothing but helpful admission staff answering all my questions and not delaying anything. The student to teacher ratio is awsome to.