Honors Student Association
The Honors Student Association (HSA) at Texas State University fosters the
development of a strong, focused and supportive Honors community by providing
networking opportunities with fellow Honors students and faculty. Furthermore, HSA assists students in developing meaningful relationships through academic and social activities.
Interested in joining HSA?
- Must pay annual dues
- Member of the Honors College
- Yearly membership in HSA costs $20
- The $20 covers the cost of membership and also gets you an HSA t-shirt!
Fall 2017 - Spring 2018
I'm also in the Psychology Association, Psi Chi, and Alpha Lambda Delta. Fell free to pick my brain if you have any questions! If anyone is interested in joining HSA, please feel free to contact her at: email@example.com.
Sophomore, Advertising and Mass Communications
Hi! My name is Hannah, and I'm the HSA's volunteer coordinator. I'm majoring in Advertising and Mass Communications, and I'm starting my sophomore year and enjoying every minute of it! I love to travel - which you can maybe tell by my study abroad shirt - but I also love staying in San Marcos! This year is going to be an amazing year for the HSA, and I can't wait to see y'all there!
Senior, Elementary Education
My name is Desereah, and I am the secretary for HSA this year! I am a Junior, and I am majoring in Elementary Education, with a minor in Special Education. In addition to HSA, and other organizations, I work on the third floor of Alkek (come say hi!), and I also serve as a Peer Mentor for the class of 2021! I love to read, watch Netflix (who doesn't?), and be a Bobcat! I'm really looking forward to working with you all.
I am a Junior BFA Acting major, with a minor in Business. In addition to being actively involved in the theatre department, I help run the Housley Leadership program on campus. In my free time, you can find my reading or baking.
Jade is a psychology major and a criminal justice minor! She loves anything pink and drawing! She thinks Grey's Anatomy is the best show ever! Ask her about HSA!