Here you'll find information about university resources, services, programs and other activities! We invite you to learn more about our mission to connect university resources to community needs. Feel free to contact us for more information or community service opportunities.
Pack It Up and Pass It On, Texas State's annual "green" move-out recycling program that allows students to donate items no longer needed to benefit low-income San Marcos residents, is underway.
Get involved! Community service documentation provided.
There are many things you can do to help out on this event. For example, you can Adopt a Hall, Help with collecting from the Halls, sort and set up at the Texas state Ballroom, or help on the shopping day! For more information call us at 512-245-9645 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Parents are invited to learn what they need to do NOW to ensure their child is prepared academically and financially to enter post-secondary education. Families will be informed of strategies, programs, and other activities in order to help their child be successful in middle school, high school, and promote higher education. Read more.....
Texas State students spend a day with an area high school junior and show them what it's like to be a Bobcat! As a Texas State Mentor, student take thier "Baby Bobcat" to a class, tour campus, eat lunch in a dining hall, and earn documented community service hours. For more information click here.
Did you miss the Discover Texas State Summer Camp Fair? No worries!
Click HERE to learn about the dozens of summer enrichment offerings Texas State University offers for youth.
The Office of Community Relations give local school children a V.I.P. tour of campus while promoting higher education.
The campaign aims, by 2015, to enroll another 300,000 academically prepared students – beyond the 200,000 enrollment growth projected based on current trends – in Texas universities, community colleges, and technical colleges. Read more...
Become familiar with present and future construction projects on campus.
Learn about alternative bus stops and pedestrian paths, available parking lots and road closures. Learn more...