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Honors Organizations

For information on special events and workshops, visit our Events page.

Alpha Lambda Delta

Students who finish the first semester of their freshmen year with a GPA of 3.5 or above will be invited to join Alpha Lambda Delta. ALD is a national honor society for students who have met the following qualifications:

  • Completed one semester
  • Earned a 3.5 or higher GPA

You can also visit the national Alpha Lambda Delta website.

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Gallery of the Common Experience Assistant Curators

The gallery is maintained by the Honors College, Gallery curator Kelsey Huckaby, and a campus-wide committee of dedicated art lovers. For more information or to become involved with the committee, e-mail Ms. Huckaby at kh1590@txstate.edu or call 512.245.2266. You can also follow the Gallery of the Common Experience on Facebook.

Please visit our Gallery page for more information.


Honors Living-Learning Community

This residential program is located in Laurel Hall, conveniently located in central campus, and close to Lampasas, the home of the Honors College. In the learning community, students can participate in programming to get to know other students in Honors who have chosen to make a strong commitment to academics in a creative and engaging environment. 

Please visit our Honors Living-Learning Community page for more information.


Honors Student Association

The Honors Student Association (HSA) provides networking opportunities for fellow honors students and faculty. HSA also assists students in developing good leadership skills through community service.

If you are interested in serving the community and creating lasting friendships in the process, contact honors@txstate.edu or watch for fall meeting announcements.

Please visit our Honors Student Association page for more information.


Texas State Undergraduate Research Journal (TXSTUR)

The Texas State Undergraduate Research Journal (TXSTUR) was created as an honors thesis project for Rachel Barnett, sponsored by the Honors College. The journal provides an outlet for undergraduate students of all disciplines to publish their original and unique research. It is the goal of TXSTUR to increase the amount of published undergraduate research on campus. The journal is an online publication through the Texas Digital Library (TDL). 

All articles are peer-reviewed for quality and accuracy by an editorial board, consisting of honors students, and subject-matter experts, who are Texas State faculty members.

Submission deadline for Volume 4, Issue 1 is March 11th.