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Invest in Greatness

Texas State is where you’ll find a community of achievers continually evolving to reach greatness in all that we do.

Big Ideas. Big Opportunities.

Our path is clear - whether we are supporting the bright minds and future leaders at Texas State or addressing issues of great social and economic importance through research and innovation, Texas State is making a global impact.

Giving Priorities

Academics Leading in Research

Students Helping them Succeed

Athletics Striving for Excellence

Facilities Bolstering the Space

Immediate Impact

Partners Discover The Exciting Opportunities at Texas State

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TXST Culture of Philanthropy

Private support is essential to our success and advancement. It gives our students, faculty, and researchers the ability to keep our country safe, our communities healthy, and our ecosystems strong. Together, we can change the world.

University Advancement

University Advancement is dedicated to expanding community, maintaining tradition and increasing awareness and philanthropic contributions to Texas State University through alumni relations, development and media relations. We work hand-in-hand with the entire campus and in partnership with the Development Foundation.

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Your Gift Can make a world of difference.

Join us in empowering our students and faculty by giving to whatever your greatest philanthropic passion may be.

Get In Touch

To learn more about how you can make a difference for our university, the community, and the next generations of Bobcats, please contact Dr. Dan Perry in the Office of Development at or call 512.245.4055.