There are so many ways for our students, faculty and staff to be a Bobcat, but the common denominator is always commitment to personal and academic goals, and pride in being part of the Texas State Bobcat family.
What is "Quadrangling"?
As Bobcat alumna Roberta Alexander, class of ’39, can tell you, while Texas State continues to grow and change, some details of student life have endured for generations.
... with a little help from his friends, of course. Our top ’Cat is fired up by much more than sports and cheering crowds, and he can tell you what it means to truly be a Bobcat.
See the Whole Picture
@igsanmarcos is a community of student photographers using Instagram in new and creative ways. Check out their takeover of the @TXST Instagram account and see how they’re capturing extraordinary images of some familiar places!
Transportation for All
The Bike Cave is here to empower Bobcats with transportation solutions and bike repair for a safer, greener campus.
A Bobcat Forever
Welcome to Texas State University, Bobcats! We can't wait to get to know you better!
The Future of Robotics
Shelby Huff is fulfilling his lifelong dream of building robots and teaching them complex tasks, all with the help of Texas State's manufacturing engineering program.
History at Your Fingertips
Texas State University has a rich history dating from the founding of Southwest Texas State Normal School in 1899, and it can now be found online at the Albert B. Alkek Library.
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