I chose Texas State University because the campus has the feel of an extended family, my home away from home. The traditions, old and new, were also why I chose to become a Bobcat.
I plan to pursue a law degree to help people, to make sure that justice is served as it should always be. Political science majors are known to do well in law school, and Texas State’s School of Liberal Arts is where I found the focus of my education.
My minor has helped me because when I took lessons at the Texas State bassoon studio, it helped me develop stronger time management skills, which are vital to anyone pursuing a professional career.
Daris Hale of the School of Music’s bassoon studio. She has helped me develop as not only a better bassoonist, but as a student ready to face the hardships of life.
Do not underestimate the small percentage of your class grade — such as quizzes — that add up to 10 percent of your overall grade. These small factors can sometimes be the things that help you make the highest possible grade in your classes.
Lambda Omega Alpha - Catholic Service Fraternity
University Ambassadors - The 40 Faces of Texas State
The ROCK! - Praise and Worship group
I was honored to be appointed as an intern for U.S. Rep. Lloyd Doggett, and to be a grass-roots organizer for the Obama administration in my hometown. Then I was elected to the Caldwell County Democratic Executive Committee as the youngest precinct chairman in Lockhart.
The H.L. Grant Catholic Student Center, because of the sense of family that the center shares with anyone who stops by to chat.
The best place to study in my opinion would have to be the SLAC lab on the fourth floor of the Alkek Library.
I was surprised at how friendly the Texas State community was to me from the first moment I stepped on campus.
I would say that should you choose to attend Texas State, be prepared to be a part of a journey that can only be explained once you become a Bobcat for life.