Student Voices: Stories of Resilience and Transition
At 500 acres, our San Marcos Campus is big, but it's filled with smaller places to discover, learn, create, and enjoy, including art galleries, maker spaces, sports fields, and a creative studio. Climb the rock wall, delve into Texas music history, or get to know downtown San Marcos.
Pro-Tip: Get familiar with campus before classes start, not only your first year, but periodically to keep up with parking changes, renovations, and similar. It's also handy for planning each semester and selecting courses when it's time to register. So many hills!
Student organizations at Texas State University actively participate in and contribute to a vibrant university community by meeting these expectations. The university's approximately 400+ registered student organizations provide valuable experiences and opportunities for students to grow as individuals, leaders, and community members. Student Involvement staff members work to be proactive in guiding student organizations by providing education, training, and consultation. Student Involvement partners with registered student organizations to continue to enhance the university community.
Handshake is our online jobs database. Students and Alumni can search for internships and jobs (on-campus, part-time, or full-time) or learn more about our events and career fairs. Employers can post positions and engage with our Bobcat talent on campus.
The Purpose of the Student Recovery Alliance is to create a safe place for students in recovery to work together, share experiences, plan sober events in the community, celebrate triumphs, discuss struggles and collaborate on empowering solutions.
You should consider joining SAV if you desire to work with the Texas State community, have the motivation to increase your knowledge of violence, and have a sincere concern for the overall being of yourself and other students. SAV members must be able to work independently or on a team and have the ability to be open-minded and non-judgmental when discussing sensitive issues.
Title IX affects all students, staff, faculty, and visitors at Texas State (and other federally funded educational programs or activities). File a report for any of the following categories of sexual misconduct using this online form. Reports can be filed Anonymously or on Behalf of Another Party: