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.
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.
Focused on Student Success
Lecturer Jennifer Buschhorn, in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, has more than 25 years experience in advertising. Each semester she uses that experience to help her students better their future.
Do More with Less
Alumni Eric and Travis met at Texas State, and upon graduating went on to explore the Pacific Crest Trail with their cameras. Watch their film.
The Other Side of Radio
Memories Made Here
Bobcat Build is a Texas State tradition and the second-largest one-day community service project in the state of Texas.
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