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Honors College BLM Initiatives

Honors College BLM Initiatives

The Texas State Honors College is dedicated to ensuring the welfare of the students, staff, and faculty that walk through our doors each day. In an effort to stand beside our fellow black community members, we have outlined ways in which the Honors College will help create a diverse and inclusive environment.

Take Action

The Pan-African Action Committee has their E-Board applications open until the end of the summer.

Black Student Alliance (BSA)

Black Women United (BWU

Black Men United (BMU)

Black and African American TXST Student resources from IIE-SI

Coalition of Black Faculty & Staff

The Coalition is committed to promote togetherness, develop a strong unified body, and gain recognition within the Texas State and surrounding community.

Honors Student Advisory Board Coming Soon!

Belong, Lead, Magnify mini-grant – Honors College program awarding up to $250 to support student-led initiatives  

Support the Calaboose African American History Museum 

The museum’s permanent collection contains more than 500 items, including photographs, letters, books, textiles, drawings, and other artifacts. A 501-c3 tax-exempt institution, the CAAHM is administered by a board of directors under the auspices of the San Marcos Parks and Recreation Department.

Attend student workshops and training including in the Laurel Honors House – Coming Soon! 

Other ways you can help

Join the Discussion

Dialogues on Activism held in the community and co-sponsored by Honors 

Honors College Book Club - for students
How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi – More info and register here.

Virtual Discussion Group led by Honors College graduate, Jazmine Beatty, starting on June 14th 

Honors College Book Club - for staff and faculty
How to Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi – More info and register here