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Hispanic Policy Network

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¡Bienvenidos!

HPN is a familia, community, and movement.

The Hispanic Policy Network is a Texas State University faculty and staff organization committed to the advancement of Hispanic/Latinx individuals in post-secondary education.

We promote a safe and inclusive working atmosphere; create opportunities for networking; assist in the recruitment, retention, and promotion of diverse faculty and staff; promote an intersectional Latinidad and Hispanidad; advocate for the educational equity for diverse students; and provide financial assistance through our endowed scholarship. 

We look forward to you joining the HPN Familia.

Celebrating 10 Años as HSI

Texas State University was first recognized as an official Hispanic-serving Institution in 2011 by the Department of Education. We invite you to join us for three memorable events held as part of HSI Week.
September 13-17, 2021.
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Endowed in 1997

The HPN Scholarship provides four $1,000 scholarships for Hispanic/Latinx Texas State University undergraduate and graduate students.
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Latina/o/x Studies Minor

Students learn about the social, political, economic, historical and cultural processes that impact Latina/o communities in the United States.

Latin Music Studies

The Latin Music Studies at Texas State University provides innovative programs and award-winning ensembles for both graduate and undergraduate students. 

Somos Tejas State - Hispanic/Latinx Student Support Fund

The Somos Tejas State campaign supports the professional development of the current Texas State Latinx student body for preparation to enter the global workforce.

These funds were used to provide direct support to half a dozen students through conference registration fees, flights, and mini-grants. Your generosity will help students access vital resources to be competitive members in the workplace after graduation. For more information, visit Institutional Inclusive Excellence - Student Initiatives.