The campus of Angelo State University is a diverse one, much more diverse than one would expect out of a city as isolated as San Angelo. San Angelo is mostly Mexican and white Americans, but ASU is a lot more diverse than the town. ASU has a great exchange student program, so at any time, there are students from at least ten different nationalities attending school at ASU. There are also a couple of colleges in South Korea that have a very good relationship with ASU, and students are exchanged all the time. There are plans to drastically increase the number of Korean exchange students.
Most students do not come from upperclass backgrounds, but there is representation from all socioeconomic areas. There are also organizations for students from every walk of life. There is a religious club for most denominations of Christianity, though none seem to be selective about their members. As of yet, there are no religious clubs for any other religions.