Presidio, Marfa, Alpine students are Angelo State University graduates

SAN ANGELO – Angelo State University conferred 820 undergraduate and graduate degrees on 814 graduates during its 2019 spring commencement exercises on May 11 in the ASU Junell Center/Stephens Arena in San Angelo.

Maria Del Carmen Muñiz of Presidio received a Bachelor of Science in Health Science Professions, in Health Science Professions.

Jarett Lujan of Marfa received a Master of Arts, in Curriculum and Advanced Instruction.

Pedro Rodriguez of Alpine earned a Bachelor of Arts, cum laude in Theatre.

Angelo State University, founded in 1928, is a thriving four-year public school in Texas. Our Ram Family environment helps students feel at home, a place where they know faculty and staff care deeply about their success.

Our excellent faculty makes it possible for students to conduct undergraduate research, rank above State acceptance averages for professional schools, and receive personal access to instructors and progressive facilities.

We are part of the dynamic Texas Tech University System with campuses across the state. Angelo State has been ranked as one of The Princeton Review’s “Best Colleges”  in the nation for 10 straight years, and we are also a  College of Distinction. We were also recognized as a Top 10 Gold Award for ranking in the top 10 of the 76 institutions in the Large Public University category that were awarded the “Military Friendly School”  designation for 2019-20. We have ranked as a Military Friendly by Victory Media (VIQTORY) School for 11 consecutive years.

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