If you don’t have them, now is the time to establish solid health and wellness practices that will carry on well after graduation. Proper nutrition, physical fitness, stress relief, and quality sleep are essential to thrive. Texas State has services and tools to help keep your mind and body healthy now, with wellness practices that can offer a lifetime of value.
The focus of the Counseling Center is to help students deal with personal and adjustment issues that may interfere with their ability to progress academically to their fullest potential. Students can meet with a counselor for a consultation appointment and receive an assessment of their needs and recommendations for on and off-campus services. Request an initial consultation.
Self-Help Resources & Programs: Self-help materials are not meant to be a substitute for therapy. The tools and resources on this page are intended to support our university and community.
AFS serves students by providing them with critical legal counsel, limited-scope representation, and practical education concerning their legal rights and responsibilities. AFS supports student retention by providing legal services by improving students' ability to focus on their education. Student service fees support AFS. There is NO additional cost for legal services. All case information is protected by attorney-client privilege and is treated confidentially by all AFS staff.
Bobcat Bounty is the first student-run on-campus food pantry at Texas State University. The aim is to decrease food insecurity by providing healthy food to students, faculty, and administration at Texas State University.
DISTRIBUTION INFORMATION: The pantry takes place every Thursday, from 5-6:30 pm, in the Family and Consumer Sciences building, room 187. Please complete the survey to receive food items. Note this is also the survey for the pantry. Please fill it out each time you visit either of the food distributions.