512.392.5574 · 2100 Freeman Ranch Road
As a model Texas Hill Country working ranch, stewardship of range land ecology and management is the primary goal of the Freeman Ranch.
512.245.5646 · LBJ Student Center 4-14.1
The Greek Affairs office is the home of 33 organizations and over 1450 students who have decided to "Go Greek." Students involved in the Greek community learn traditions, gain leadership skills, and serve the university and the community. The Greek Affairs office can provide students with information on registered Texas State sororities and fraternities.
512.245.2114 · Strahan Coliseum
The Texas State Athletics Department is home to eight athletic facilities where Texas State students can enjoy sporting events such as Bobcat football, basketball, volleyball, and more. Current students with identification gain free admission to home games.
KTSW—The Other Side of Radio (89.9 FM)
512.245.3485 · Old Main 106
89.9 KTSW is the official Texas State University radio station. 89.9 is broadcast live and can be heard on the web through live and mobile streaming as well as on television through Grande Cable Channel 19 and Time Werner Cable Channel 16.
LBJ Student Center
Named after Texas State University’s most prominent alumnus, the LBJ Student Center provides services and programming that enhance students’ academic experience and sense of community. It is home to numerous student support programs and services such as Campus Activities and Student Organizations, Multicultural Student Affairs, the Leadership Office, and Career Services. The Lair, Georges, and Starbucks are also housed in the LBJSC.
Non-Traditional Student Organization
512.245.3613 · LBJ Student Center 4-3.1
The Non-Traditional Student Organization provides all students whose life experience separates them from the traditional college student with support and service programs designed to enhance their college experience.
512.245.2600 · Jowers Center
Founded in 1960, the Strutters are the first dance team to be organized at any major American university. Fostering a tradition of excellence, the Strutters have appeared on every major television station and have made appearances all over the world, including the Republic of China.
512.245.2152 · J.C. Kellam 980
The goal of Student Affairs Division is to attract and retain a qualified, diverse student population; ensure student success and graduation through collaborative partnerships with the university community; and enhance student learning and development by providing high quality services and programs.
Student Association for Campus Activities (SACA)
512.245.8686 · LBJ Student Center 4-4.1
Through supporting free entertainment and diverse fun-filled programs, the Student Association for Campus Activities (SACA) is dedicated to creating a sense of fellowship and camaraderie among Texas State students.
512.245.1274 · LBJ Student Center 4-5.1
Student Government is the student voice at Texas State. The senate consists of sixty senators that represent the on-campus, off-campus and academic college constituency.
512.245.3219 · LBJ Student Center 4-2.1
The Student Involvment office provides quality, student centered programs, services and involvement opportunities which celebrate diversity, promote retention and foster leadership, civic engagement and student development.
Student Organizations Council
512.245.1635 · LBJ Student Center
SOC partners with approximately 350 registered student organizations to enhance the University community. Use the link above to seach organizations.
Student Volunteer Connection (SVC)
512.245.1687 · LBJ Student Center 4-10.1
The Student Volunteer Connection (SVC) provides Texas State students with many volunteer opportunities on and off campus such as Bobcat Build, San Marcos River Clean-up and volunteer positions at the Special Olympics.
512.245.3487 · Trinity
The University Star is the official newspaper for Texas State University. Students can pick up a copy of the Star at newsstands all over campus or read the Star online.