Texas State holds Campus Master Plan community discussion
SAN MARCOS — Texas State University-San Marcos will hold a public discussion of the Campus Master Plan 7 p.m. Dec. 7 in room 2 of the San Marcos Activity Center.
Residents of San Marcos are invited to hear the initial reports from the university’s consultants regarding the 2006-2015 Master Plan. An opportunity to offer feedback on the project will also be provided.
Anyone interested in following this work-in-progress is invited to visit room 3-20.1 in the LBJ Student Center, where master plan exhibits are on display and will evolve over time as work on the Master Plan progresses. Residents can also monitor the progress of the plan via the Master Plan web site at http://vpfss.txstate.edu/cmp/.
For more information, contact the Office of Community Relations at 245-9645.
San Antonio College, a college of the Alamo Community College District, enrolls approximately 23,000 credit students each semester and 15,000 continuing education students annually. It is the largest single-campus community college in Texas. Texas State is among the top college choices of SAC students in transferring credits to complete their undergraduate studies, with 111 students transferring for the Fall 2004 Semester.
For more information, contact Dr. Margaret Hyde, Dean of Arts & Sciences at San Antonio College, at (210) 733-2826, or Dr. Ann Marie Ellis, Dean of Liberal Arts at Texas State at (512) 245-2317.