Connecting the lessons of history with the opportunities and challenges students face brings stories of the past, present and future together for Associate Professor of History Ronald Johnson.
There are so many ways to be a Bobcat, but the common denominator is a commitment to education and pride in the Texas State family.
Daisy Diaz is upholding a family tradition of service, helping her fellow students and helping provide a safe, supportive community for everyone.
Welcoming new students into our Texas State family and helping them adjust to life on campus is more than just a job for Melissa and her fellow resident assistants.
Earning a Terry Scholarship did much more than cover Tara Pohlmeyer’s tuition. It gave her the freedom to pursue a world of career building experiences.
Could you be a Terry Scholar? Learn more about qualifications and how to apply at finaid.txstate.edu/scholarships/terry/freshman.
It was love at first sight when Kaitlyn Reid got her first glimpse of the Bobcat Marching Band. She still gets a surge of Bobcat pride every time she takes the field.
Performing hands-on work, with exceptional faculty and the opportunity to collaborate with students from many other disciplines, makes Texas State’s forensic anthropology program one of the best in the nation.
Being a part of the Bobcat family keeps Coach Zenarae Antoine fired up about Texas State women’s basketball.
For studio art major Mario Villanueva, each stroke of his brush speaks about human feelings and experiences, not just colors and shapes. Find your path in the School of Art and Design.
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